Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Saint Lucia Kings, Match 10

    Caribbean Premier League, 2020 | Match 10 | Sunday 23rd August | 18:15
     Match Ended
    Guyana Amazon Warriors
    134/8 (20.0) RR:6.7
    Saint Lucia Kings
    144/7 (20.0) RR:7.2
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    • Guyana Amazon WarriorsGAW

    How does the points table look? The Zouks have displaced the Warriors in second spot, swapping their third place with them. We now take a day's break and return on Tuesday, 25th August, 2020 for another double header, but from a different venue. The caravan shifts to Port Of Spain for a week. Barbados Tridents meet the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, followed by the Guyana Amazon Warriors-Jamaica Tallawahs clash. The action begins from 10 am local (1400 GMT). Join us then. ADIOS! TAKE CARE!

    Victorious St Lucia Zouks skipper, Daren Sammy, on giving the ball to Chemar Holder the final over, says that he needed experience and hence, turned to Williams at the death. However, he praises the young Chemar for strutting his stuff. On the team changes, Sammy says that one was forced but the exclusion of Saad Bin Zafar was because there were plenty of left-handers in the Warriors' line-up and also, they have not been finishing well with the bat, which is something Javelle Glen provides. On the message to the team, Sammy says that he always wanted leadership, not from himself but from the management. Thanks them for backing him and getting Andy Flower as a coach who knows what he is doing and leading the team in the right direction.

    Guyana Amazon Warriors skipper, Chris Green, admits that it was a disappointing result. Puts it to the Powerplay where the Zouks were brilliant with the ball. But wants to look at the positives and sees the recovery, which shows how good they can be. On the message to the players, Chris says that he just let the youngsters make their calls. Wants his side to keep learning and focus on doing well.

    ROSTON CHASE HAS BEEN NAMED THE MAN OF THE MATCH. On being touted as a Test player, smiles and says that he just looks to play cricket. Does not matter what people say. Is happy to play for St Lucia. Believes it was a good win and remembers the talk after their first loss where the message was that normally, they lose by big margins but this was not that big. That gave them confidence and they started winning. On his counter-attack in the Powerplay in spite of early wickets, Roston says that it was still the Powerplay and he wanted to maximize the fielding restrictions. Then, he says that the plan was to bat till 15 overs along with Nabi and then go big. Nabi did get out but he batted on and the plan worked out. When he bowled his final over and got tonked for six on the last ball, Chase says that he was disappointed but also understands that such things happen in the game of cricket.

    Earlier on, the Zouks themselves were in trouble at 42/4 before Roston Chase and Mohammad Nabi bailed them out. The former, quite contrary to his image as a Test cricketer, played a whirlwind knock, taking his team to a competitive total. Please stay tuned for the presentation...

    Excellent bowling display by the Zouks. With Sammy not bowling, there would always be pressure on the bowling side, with just 5 bowlers. But every one of them came to the party. Nabi and Kuggeleijn stifled the Warriors in the Powerplay while Williams and Chase handled the middle and death overs. Chemar Holder, who struggled throughout the innings had redemption time in the final over, when he managed to defend 12, going for just 2.

    The seeds of this loss might have been sown in the Powerplay of this chase itself. At 7/3, they were in tatters and it was the trio of Hemraj, Pooran and Paul, which kept the Warriors in the chase. They recovered, with batters playing around Pooran but once he fell for 68, they fell short.

    Andre Fletcher is pumped up. So is Daren Sammy. They feel they have pulled off a magnificent win here. In a contest between two good bowling units, the one which held its nerve better, won.

    Over: 20 | 2 Runs
    0 19.6
    Chemar Holder to Odean Smith

    A short ball, around middle, Smith looks to pull but misses. That ends the match. ST LUCIA ZOUKS WIN BY 10 RUNS!

    1 19.5
    Chemar Holder to Imran Tahir

    There it is, game sealed. A full toss, pushed towards long on for a single.

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