BBL 10: Bird's eye view of Stat emerges from Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Sixers Match 11

BBL 10: Sydney Sixers defeated Adelaide Strikers by 38 runs at Bellerive Oval, Hobart on Sunday. Daniel Christian second-fastest BBL fifty to Daniel Worrall's magical spell with 18 dot balls. Take a look at the Bird's eye view stats that emerged from BBL 2020-21 Match No. 11 as given below. 

By Mohit Sindhu, Updated : Dec 20, 2020 17:38 IST
BBL 10: Bird's eye view of Stat emerges from Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Sixers Match 11
BBL 10 Match 11 SYS vs ADS Stats

BBL 10 Match 11 SYS vs ADS Match Stats: In the 11th match of BBL 10, Sydney Sixers drubbed Adelaide Strikers by 38 runs at Bellerive Oval, Hobart on Sunday. Onslaught by Daniel Christian neutralized Daniel Worrall's exceptional bowling-spell that he bowled upfront. As a result of his knock, Sydney Sixers posted a mammoth total and defended it down quite comprehensively. In reply, the Strikers have just managed to score 139/7 in 20 overs. Take a look at the Bird's eye view statistics that emerged from the BBL 2020-21 SYS vs ADS Match 11 as given below. 

1) Daniel Christian - 50 off just 15 balls

Sydney Sixers all-rounder Daniel Christian smoked a blitzy half-century - 50 off just 15 deliveries studded with four fours and fix massive sixes and change the entire complication of the game. This was the second-fastest fifty in BBL history. Meanwhile, the fastest fifty in the league goes to the ''Universe Boss'' Chris Gayle, who hits the fastest fifty off just 12 balls in 2008, playing for Melbourne Renegades against the same opposition. Christian was also named as Player of the Match for his scintillating fifty.

With this blistering knock, Sydney Sixers finished on a high note. Skipper Daniel Hughes also played a cameo at the back end of the Sixers innings to propel 177/5 in 20 overs.

2) Daniel Worrall - Best Spell of BBL 10 (18 Dots)

Take a look at arguably the best spell of the Big Bash League 2020-21 from Adelaide Strikers pacemen Daniel Worrall, who bowled 18 dots balls in his full quota of 4 overs. Worrall gave just 12 runs and scalped two crucial wickets for his team, finished with 2/12. A lot of plays and misses by the Strikers batsmen.