Usually it is enough for T20 matches.. A flood of runs flows in both innings. Exactly the same thing happened here. Both sides scored a combined total of 439 runs. He hit 32 fours and 21 sixes. This match took place in Big Bash League between Brisbane Heat and Sydney Sixers. In this, a 23-year-old player Nathan McSweeney entertained with a lightning innings. The details are as follows.
Brisbane Heat won the first toss and elected to bat in this match. Opener Colin Munro (10) reached the pavilion soon.. Another opener Josh Brown (62) scored a half century. The 23-year-old got the scoreboard moving quickly with Nathan McSweeney (84) coming in one down. Both also put on a 70-run partnership for the second wicket. But when Josh Brown got out.. McSweeney changed gears and the sky was the limit. He completed 84 runs in 51 balls with the help of 8 fours and 3 sixes. That means he scored 50 runs in 11 balls only in the form of boundaries. Pavillion joined at the end of the innings. But due to his stormy innings, the Brisbane Heat team made 224 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs.
After that, the Sydney Sixers, who entered the ring as part of a huge target, did not get off to a good start. Despite the team’s batsmen scoring double figures, none of them could play a huge innings. James Vince (41) and Jordan Silk (41) were the top scorers. Among the Brisbane Heat bowlers, Neisser took 3 wickets, Stakety, Kuhneman and Whiteley took 2 wickets each. With this, Sydney Sixers were bowled out for 209 runs in the allotted overs. Brisbane Heat won by 15 runs.