Big Bash League, Shadab Khan: Hobart Hurricanes and Perth Scorchers were facing each other in the Big Bash League fixture on Monday, December 19. Moreover, the game was taking place at the York Park Precinct in Launceston, Australia.
Hobart Hurricanes captain Matthew Wade went on to win the toss and he decided to bat first. The hosts lost Ben McDermott on the first ball itself as he was dismissed for a golden duck by Jason Behrendorff.
After that, Matthew Wade and D’Arcy Short had a good fine 67 runs partnership for the second wicket. Matthew Wade scored 51 runs from 29 balls with a strike rate of 175.86 in the Big Bash League game.
Tim David went on to score 46 runs from 28 balls with a strike rate of 164.29. As a result of that, Hobart Hurricanes posted 172 runs with a loss of eight wickets against Perth Scorchers in the Big Bash League match.
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Perth Scorchers had a fine start with a 44 runs partnership for the first wicket. However, they lost two wickets on the same score as Faf du Plessis and Adam Lyth were dismissed on consecutive balls.
Josh Inglis went on to play a fine knock in the Big Bash League game as he scored 62 runs from 37 balls with a strike rate of 167.57. He smashed 4 fours and 3 sixes.
Big Bash League: Shadab Khan takes an excellent flying catch to dismiss Aaron Hardie
In the end, Perth Scorchers could not chase down the total as they fell a little shot. Hobart Hurricanes beat them in the Big Bash League game by 8 runs and Patrick Gabriel Dooley won the man of the match award.
Shadab Khan took an abysmal catch in the 19th over of the second inning. He dived towards his right side to take the flying catch in the Big Bash League match on Monday.
Hobart Hurricanes: Ben McDermott, D Arcy Short, Matthew Wade (c & wk), Shadab Khan, Tim David, Asif Ali, James Neesham, Joel Paris, Nathan Ellis, Patrick Dooley, Riley Meredith.
Perth Scorchers: Adam Lyth, Faf du Plessis, Nick Hobson, Josh Inglis (wk), Ashton Turner (c), Aaron Hardie, Ashton Agar, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, Peter Hatzoglou.
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