The last day of the Virtual Five5 Cricket World Championship 2020 league stage saw another six games being played on Saturday, May 2. There were some brilliant performances in the simulated reality league cricket tournament. Here, we look at what transpired through the day and bring you the summary of each game.
AUS v BAN, Match 19: AUS win by ten wickets
BAN elected to bat first but could not do much against a disciplined bowling performance from the AUS bowlers. BAN could only score 35/2 and the AUS openers ensured their side cruised to a ten-wicket win.
WI v IND, Match 20: WI win by three runs
IND continued to play out close games, this time against WI. Led by Caris Gayle's 15-ball 31, WI posted a strong total of 47 on the board. In reply, IND looked to be on course but Jackson Holder bowled superbly to concede just five runs in the last over and saw his side win the game by three runs.
BAN v ENG, Match 21: ENG win by ten wickets
BAN had a day to forget as they lost yet another match by ten wickets. BAN again batted first and were yet again restricted to a moderate total of 32, losing three wickets. ENG showed no mercy and thanks to James Buttler's unbeaten 21 in just eight balls, they won the game in the third over, with ten wickets in hand.
WI vs NZ, Match 22: WI win by nine wickets
NZ seemed chained to a tree throughout their innings. They posted 38/1 after having opted to bat first. WI comfortably reached the score with five balls to spare.
SA vs AUS, Match 23: SA win by nine wickets
AUS didn't care much about the pattern and wanted to bat first. They even reached a competitive score of 49/3 with the help of some late order hitting by Glen Maxwall and Pat Handscomb. SA got to the score of 50/1 after an unbeaten 36-run stand between Hanif Amla and Fabian du Plessis.
PAK vs IND, Match 24: IND won by seven wickets
PAK won the toss and wanted to put up a score. They hardly managed that, having lost five wickets for 36 runs. Shikhar Dhaven looked in command as IND reached the score of 37/3 with just a couple of balls to spare.