Max Bryant presented a first-class game on Thursday.
Brisbane Heat beat the Melbourne Stars by 18 points in a rainy game.
In the recently concluded 32nd game of the Big Bash League (BBL) 2020-21 between Brisbane Heat and Melbourne stars, the team led by Chris Lynn recorded an 18-point victory thanks to the DLS method. Heat successfully defended 129 (revised) in a 10 overs per face clash.
Heat Max bryant showed some fantastic and incredible efforts on the pitch at Carrara Oval, Queensland.
When Stars needed 46 runs in the last two overs, Bryant almost grabbed an incredible hold. During the second ball of the 9 ended, Nick Larkin broken Lewis gregory towards the corner of the cow.
The ball was ready to sail the border rope, but Bryant backed up and jumped at the right time to pinch it behind his head. Bryant then had the presence of mind to release the white leather before landing over the rope.
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Bryant’s phenomenal save sort of mimicked Sanju Samson’s infamous frontier save in the T20I series against Australia, which created a lot of buzz among cricket fans.
In the third T20I at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), Samson had saved a certain six crushed by the versatile Aussie Glenn maxwell. The Kerala cricketer had thrown over the rope, took the hook and then pulled it out to save four points for his team.
Returning to the BBL teams’ current positions in the tournament, Heat is placed in fifth position with four wins from eight matches. On the other hand, the Stars occupy sixth place in the standings.
Heat’s next game is against Sydney sixers Sunday January 10 in Queensland, while the Stars take on Adelaide Strikers on Monday January 11 at Adelaide Oval.