Sussex’s team has lost in this match (Sussex Twitter)
At one time it seemed that the team of Sussex would easily win the match, but the bowlers turned such a story that the match slipped.
England’s T20 Blast is in the news more for its stormy batting. Here some batsman sets the color of his bat and makes the team win. But this time the story has changed. And this time the bowlers have shown their brilliance and have shown such amazing that the batting remained a spectacle. Gloucestershire on Friday and Sussex There was a match between (Gloucestershire vs Sussex). It was not a high scoring match. Gloucestershire came out to bat but could not score big. He scored 145 runs in 20 overs for the loss of six wickets. The target was easy and the way Surrey was playing it seemed that they would win this match, but then something happened that changed the whole story.
Gloucestershire’s batting was also not special. His upper order collapsed completely but then Glenn Phillips found his footing and got the team out of a bad start. He scored 66 runs in 53 balls with the help of eight fours and two sixes. Apart from him, captain Jack Taylor played an innings of 46 runs in 31 balls. During this innings, he hit six fours and a six.
Eight wickets fell for 23 runs
Chasing 146, Sussex did not get off to a good start. Tim Seifert was out without opening an account. After this, captain Ravi Bopara got out after scoring 10 runs. Tom Alsop held one end and scored a quick run. Supporting him at the other end was Finn Hudson Prentice. He got out on a total score of 118. He scored 18 runs and from here the Sussex team continued to lose their wickets. Lost his next eight wickets within the next 23 runs and were all out for 141 runs. After Finn, the team’s next wicket fell in the form of Tom. He scored 82 runs in 52 balls with the help of eight fours and five sixes. During his stay, it seemed that the team would win the match, but after his departure and due to continuous loss of wickets, the match slipped with the team.
These bowlers wreaked havoc
David Payne and Jack Chappell took three wickets each for Gloucestershire. David sent three batsmen to the pavilion for 17 runs in 3.4 overs. At the same time, Jack Chappell did the same thing by giving 19 runs in four overs. Apart from this, Tom Smith took two wickets for 24 runs in three overs. Glenn Phillips and Benny Howell got one wicket each. Beni conceded 16 runs in four overs. Phillips spent 23 runs in three overs.