BBL 2020-21 HBH vs SYS Match 1: The KFC Big Bash League kicked with the BBL 10 opener between Sydney Sixers (SYS) and Hobart Hurricanes (HBH) at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart. Daniel Hughes leading the Sydney Sixers while Peter Handscomb led his BBL franchise Hobart Hurricanes in the absence of in-form batsman Mathew Wade. Hurricanes have gotten a competitive total of 178/8. Now, Daniel Hughes led side will be gunning towards the target, earlier set by Hobart Hurricanes. Here we analyze the top magic-moments during Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Sixers Match.
Earlier, Sydney Sixers have won the toss and have opted to field first. Hobart Hurricanes finished with 178/8 in 20 overs with the help of Colin Ingram at the top and Tim David at the back end of the inning. Ingram scores 55 off 42 balls while Tim David notched a blitz half-century by scoring 58 off just 33 deliveries studded with eight four and one over the ropes. In short, we can say that Handscomb led HBH scores runs at a brisk rate, but wickets continued to fall as well in between the overs.
When Hobart Hurricanes are 72/3 after the completion of 10 overs, Neither team has opted for the X-factor substitute. Meanwhile, Celeb Jewell and Nick Winter are the two 'X-Factor' sub for the Hurricanes. While Justin Avendano and Lloyd Pope are for Sydney Sixers.
When the on-field umpire is doing the backstroke, strap yourself in for some hitting. It's the first-ever 'Power Surge' this season of Big Bash League 2020-21. 71 runs have been scored off 5 overs since the batting team took the two-over powerplay/Power surge. Hobart Hurricanes maximize the surge and it looks like they've done their homework.
The most spectacular six that has been saved by the Sydney Sixers fieldsmen Jordan Silk, a certain maximum saved by the outstretched Silky, watch here