BBL 2021-22: Best Moments of BBL from Fifth Week
BBL season 11 has reached its 6th week on Monday. All the teams are witnessing clarity in terms of their performance and the expectations from the upcoming weeks. Fans are getting a somewhat clear picture of who will win the trophy this year and who will end up being a disappointment.
The fifth week of BBL saw a lot of ups and downs in the tournament. BBL camp has been hit with Covid-19 outbreak and lot fixtures were postponed because of the same reason. Cricket Australia and BBL organizers have taken a decision to move the entire tournament to Melbourne.
The fixture between Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Stars was supposed to take place on Thursday. Because of the rise in Covid cases, the match was postponed to Friday. A similar situation happened in a match between Brisbane Heat and Sydney Sixers on Wednesday.
Melbourne Stars’ crucial player, Glen Maxwell, is in isolation because of his Covid positive report. However, there were a few moments in the tournament which made headlines because of the right reason. We have compiled a list of a few moments from BBL’s fifth week which were thrilling and had a positive impact on the league. Do check it here who’s lead at the top of the BBL table.
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1) Mohammed Hasnain Triple Wicket Maiden Over in BBL
Pakistani pacer Mohammed Hasnain made headlines with his brilliant spell in the fifth week of the BBL tournament. In the 32nd match of BBL between Sydney Thunder and Adelaide Strikers, Hasnain was making his debut in the Bug Bash League. He surprised everyone by bowling a triple wicket maiden over in his first spell. Matthew Short, Jake Weatherald, and Johnathan Wells were the Strikers batsman who fell prey to the young paceman from Pakistan. With this brilliant over, Hasnain became the first-ever bowler of BBL to pick 3 wickets in the first over. He helped Thunder to score a comfortable win against Strikers with his match figures at 4-1-20-3.
2) The First Sydney Thunder Bowler to take BBL Hat-trick
Gurinder Sandhu, the Australian pacer who plays for Sydney Thunder, became the first bowler from Sydney Thunder to score a hat-trick in BBL. Sandhu became the 6th bowler to perform Hat-trick in the tournament. In the 36th match of BBL between Perth Scorchers and Sydney Thunder in Carrara, Sandhu dismissed Colin Munro(18), Aaron Hardie (4), and Laurie Evans in his 4th over. The Australian pacer has become the first man to take three hat-tricks in Australia’s domestic cricket. The future defiantly looks bright for the 28-year-old bowler. Here are top betting apps in play store.
3) BBL Moves to Melbourne
Big Bash League season 11 is experiencing a big uncertainty in the tournament because of the Covid-19 outbreak. A big bunch of players from all the teams, who are part of BBL, have turned to be positive of the diseases. Even though every day a player or a team staff is turning out to be positive, Cricket Australia is still interested in continuing the tournament. Last week, a total of three matches were postponed because of the Covid outbreak. Taking the whole decision into consideration, BBL Organizers and Cricket Australia have decided to move the tournament to Melbourne. The authorities are planning to create a bubble in Melbourne. All the players and staff of the different teams will be part of that bubble. Cricket Australia has ensured that the teams will have an option to fly in and fly out to play their home games.
4) Ben McDermott Achieves a Milestone
Hobart Hurricanes batting star Ben McDermott completed 2000 runs in BBL. This is one of the biggest milestones for the player. McDermott is turning out to be an unstoppable player in the current league and he is in his best form of the game. With the achievement of 2000 runs, He has become the leading run-scorer in the tournament. In 66 innings, he has scored 2019 runs and became the 10th player to achieve the milestone. After Shaun Marsh and Darcy Short, McDermott records the highest average in tournament history. He registered the achievement during a fixture between Hobart Hurricanes and Brisbane Heat on Saturday night. McDermott played a brilliant inning and scored 93 runs and provided a victory to Hurricanes. Here’s our cricket prediction for today.