NY Strikers lead the standings; Bulls hit a record low


New York Strikers secured a 67-run victory over Delhi Bulls as they posted 98 for 4 in the Abu Dhabi T10. Despite having notable players like Quinton de Kock, Johnson Charles, James Vince, Rilee Rossouw, Rovman Powell, Ravi Bopara, and Dwayne Bravo, Delhi Bulls collapsed to their lowest total in the tournament’s seven-year history, managing only 31 runs. Akeal Hosein’s impressive spell of 3 for 7, along with Chamika Karunaratne’s 3 for 6, dismantled the Bulls’ batting lineup. Rahmanullah Gurbaz’s unbeaten 49 led Strikers to a competitive total.

Delhi Bulls, previously undefeated, suffered their second consecutive loss and now stand at No. 3 on the table. In contrast, New York Strikers, starting with a loss, have now secured three consecutive wins, placing them at the top of the standings.

In another match, Bangla Tigers clinched a 9-wicket victory against Team Abu Dhabi, marking Abu Dhabi’s fifth straight loss in the tournament. Daniel Sams played a crucial role, dismissing Kyle Mayers and Tom Banton in the opening over. Jordan Cox’s impressive half-century further contributed to Team Abu Dhabi’s struggles, as they lost with almost half their overs remaining. After this win, Bangla Tigers are positioned fifth and continue their quest for a spot in the knockout stage.

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