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Surrey snatches the match off Somerset on the last ball

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Somerset vs Surrey, Vitality Blast: Somerset beat Surrey by 3 wickets in a thrilling match. Macker gave Somerset victory by hitting a four off the last ball of Peter Siddle.

running in england T20 Blast More than one match is being seen daily in the competition. Something similar was seen on Tuesday. Somerset vs Surrey defeated Somerset by 3 wickets in the South Group match played at The Oval. The match was decided on the last ball. The match overturned twice in the last over of the match. Earlier this match seemed to be going towards Somerset but in the end Surrey won. Fast bowler Peter Siddle, playing for Somerset, seemed to be a hero in this match, but he proved to be a villain for his team on the last ball.

thrill of the last over

Surrey was chasing a target of 145 runs. The match was in his hands as he had to score 9 runs in the last over and he had 6 wickets left in his hand. But Somerset fast bowler Peter Siddle changed the match completely by taking 3 wickets in five balls but his mistake on the last ball won Surrey the match. Let us tell you what happened in the last over.

first ball- Will Jacques took a run off Peter Siddle’s first ball.

second ball- Peter Siddle showed the way to the pavilion to Chris Jordan on the second ball. These batsmen got out after scoring 14 runs.

third ball- Reefer turned the match towards Surrey by hitting a four on the very first ball. Now Surrey had to score only 4 runs in the last 3 balls.

Fourth ball- Peter Siddle bowled the reefer on the fourth ball to once again turn the match towards Somerset.

Fifth ball- Peter Siddle also bowled Gus Atkinson on the very first ball, now pushing Surrey to defeat in the match.

Sixth ball- Surrey were to score four runs off the last ball and McCurre was on strike. Siddle also tried to get a yorker in the last ball but during this the ball got over pitched and the batsman snatched the won match from Somerset by hitting a four towards the covers.

Will Jacques played a great innings

Batting first, Somerset scored 144 runs in 20 overs. Tom Banton scored 39 runs for Somerset. On the other hand, Will Jacques scored an unbeaten 66 in 58 balls for Surrey. Surrey have won 9 out of 10 matches and are on top of the points table. Somerset has lost only the third match in 10 matches.

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