Michael Neser pulled off a one-handed screamer to propel Strikers for clinical win, Watch

BBL 10: Alex Carey was the showstoppers for the home side with his splendid first ton of BBL 10 from just 62 balls. In reply 198, the Heat has only managed to reach 115, eventually lost by 82 runs.

By Mohit Sindhu, Updated : Jan 21, 2021 19:39 IST
Michael Neser pulled off a one-handed screamer to propel Strikers for clinical win, Watch
Michael Neser pulled off a one-handed screamer during match

BBL 10: Adelaide Strikers vanquishes Brisbane Heat by 82 runs in the 46th match of BBL 2020-21 at Adelaide Oval. Wicket-keeper Alex Carey was the showstoppers for the home side with his splendid first ton of BBL 10 from just 62 balls. In reply 198, the Heat has only managed to reach 115, lost by 82 runs at the hands of bamboozling Strikers in Adelaide. With this emphatic win, the Strikers jumped to the fourth spot while Brisbane Heat are languish at seventh place on the BBL points table.

During the match, the new-comer Michael Neser pulled off a one-handed screamer and end the Heat's innings for a paltry 115. In the 18th over, Brisbane batsman Mitchell Swepson played a decent-looking flashy drive to the left of the mid-off region.

Swepson would have thought that it headed towards the boundary for sure but ADS fieldsman Neser has other ideas. The pacer runs to his left and flies to his left and picked a one-handed stunner to complete the proceedings.

Also Read: 1st Hundred of BBL 10 goes to Strikers' wicket-keeper batsman, notched 101 off 62 balls

Earlier, opted to bat first, Adelaide Strikers wicket-keeper Alex Carey notched his second BBL ton to carry Adelaide Strikers to a stiff total of 197. Wes Agar and Peter Siddle collaborated to ensure Carey's knock hasn't overshadowed as they made a strong comeback after losing their last match against Melbourne Stars.