The Men’s Hundred : Phoenix make short work of tall chase to climb atop.

The Men's Hundred : Phoenix make short work of tall chase to climb atop.

The Men's Hundred : Phoenix make short work of tall chase to climb atop.

Birmingham Phoenix made a joke of the 173-run target set by Oval Invincibles, pursuing it down with six balls to extra to get consecutive successes and move on the focuses table.

It was a run-fest on Wednesday (August 4) on a genuine paced Edgbaston wicket as the Invincibles were driven by Colin Ingram’s 43-ball 81 to arrive at a score more than 170. Ingram sewed stands with Jason Roy (38) and Sam Billings (24) in his unbeaten thump that contained eight fours and four sixes. He initially based on Roy’s fast beginning, and afterward shared a third-wicket relationship of 72 out of 39 balls with Billings to reach 172 – the second-most elevated absolute in the men’s opposition up until now.

Finn Allen gave Phoenix the ideal beginning crushing five fours of every eight balls, hustling away to 23 off 9 preceding falling early. Notwithstanding, Will Smeed kept his side in the pursuit with a 28-ball 45 and before long held hands with Moeen Ali, who sewed together a more-than-helpful 26-ball 49, though with a decent amount of karma.

The Invincibles would’ve been disillusioned with their free bowling on the evening, however it would’ve been the getting, or the drops rather, that would sting them more given the occasions Moeen was given a day to day existence. Yet, it was Chris Benjamin who contributed with an unbeaten 37 off 16 balls to agree with his position over the line after Moeen fell with 138 on the board. Benjamin struck a four, eventually, to wrap up their success in style, which was the most noteworthy run-pursue of the men’s Hundred.

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