What a roller coaster ride this match has been for both Hampshire and Lancaster. Last night, Hampshire won their third T20 Blast title. On Saturday, July 16, the audience at Edgbaston got their money’s worth as they witnessed some thrilling cricket on the final day of the T20 Blast 2022. Here are the top 10 betting sites in India that you can open on your mobile devices and enjoy competitive odds and all the features you can expect from a mobile betting site.

James Vince-led Hampshire won the final, but not before a no-ball scare on the final delivery of the game. The last three T20 blast matches have been thrilling. Following their convincing semi-final victories, both teams advanced to the finals. And it all came down to the final delivery, with only one run separating both teams.

We have seen several last-ball finals in other leagues, but this was a different kind of drama. The delivery, which may have been the final one, was a no-ball. Nonetheless, the Hampshire Hawks won the game and became the champions. It was their third title after followed by victories in 2010 and 2012.

T20 Blast 2022: Nathan Ellis and his Calmness

T20 Blast 2022: Hampshire Claimed Their third Title, but with a No-Ball Drama
T20 Blast 2022: Hampshire Claimed Their third Title, but with a No-Ball Drama

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Hampshire won the toss and elected to bat first. The decision of batting first proved to be a bad idea when four wickets fell in the first ten overs. Ben McDermott was the lone warrior for the Hampshire as he scored 62 runs off just 36 deliveries. Thanks to the cameo from Chris Wood at the end, which was enough to put up a respectable total. 

Who would have predicted that Lancashire would struggle so much when they came on to bat? Lancashire hitters made contributions in their 20s and 30s, but it wasn’t enough. 

In the last over, Lancashire needed 11 runs, and Nathan Ellis was there to bowl the last six deliveries for the Hawks. Nathan gave only 15 runs in his three overs, but the pressure of the final and last over is something not every bowler can handle. 

The Australian spinner performed admirably, not conceding a single boundary in the first three deliveries. In the end, it came down to the last delivery with five runs left, and Nathan bowled Richard Gleeson. The Hawks began to celebrate. In addition, there were fireworks all over the place. Ellis, however, did not bowl a legal delivery, and the umpire signaled a no-ball. The entire Hampshire team was shocked and couldn’t believe what had just happened. 

The equation was now three runs of just one. The players had to wait for some time due to the smoke all-over the ground, thanks to the firecrackers. Ellis kept his cool and bowled a legal delivery, which resulted in a run-out after one run. Hampshire started celebrating, again, and this time it was for real. 

Ben McDermott was named player of the match for his 62, and the skipper was named player of the series for hitting 678 runs in 16 games. There was a lot of drama, but it was Vince’s team only who won in the end and claimed their third T20 Blast title. Read more free betting tips and guides, written by cricket betting experts, to find the right betting app for your situation.

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