Liam Livingstone wins Phoenix summit list on Rockets
By Sangeeta Viswas
on Sat Aug 14 2021
Liam Livingstone had won over the Rockets on Phoenix’s summit list, adding the Birmingham Phoenix to his 100 percent first win in his home record, climbing above the Southern Braves to the summit of the Hundred men’s table, three for the knock-out stages. Qualifiers will not be known until all of their final matches have been qualified. Don’t play till then.
It wasn’t even after Phoenix captain and talisman Moeen Ali was recalled to England that Liam Livingstone made a 31-ball 50. Miles Hammond also scored 38 for 20 and made 38 not out and scored 166 for 6 and Sam Cook scored 2 runs for 32 runs. Liam Livingstone then went on to list the Phoenix Summit on the Rockets and win.
Steven scored 49 for the Rockets, who were always against it after all of their peak three misfires, and Pat Brown took 3 for 27, Dylan Pennington took 2 for 11 in his tournament debut, and Imran Tahir took 2 wickets for 26 runs. by 17 runs, while they can still claim a place in the knock-out stage to seal their place.
Phoenix captain 41 for 1 in 25 balls, Will Smeed, was caught by Mullane diving at short midwicket, before which Livingstone and Finn Allen added 71 off 45 balls before Finn Allen 19 for 19 Was on wide long-off. Mulan also fell. Matt was killed in neighboring Fox Road, who was thrown by a 91mph yorker from Marchant de Lange, which also scored 29 out of 22.
Liam Livingstone was on his way to hitting a fourth six off Samit Patel when he was brilliantly caught at long-off as Mulani jumped off the rope, and came back to perform the parry-catch maneuver now familiar. But his was no less effective.
Dylan Pennington, who was called up for his first outing, declared himself in the fine system, separating Alex Hales and David Malan in the space of four balls to remove the Rockets’ biggest threats, as Hales agreed. it was done. Point first ball to David Malan who was caught on the back.
D’Arcy also went into a short powerplay, after which Mullaney and Patel threatened to fashion a recovery made by Nottinghamshire before Imran Tahir, who was dismissed for six by Mullaney, the latter 16 for eight and a half. Run scored. Made a great performance to bowl.
Mullaney was stuck diving 49 off 33, while no one could come along in an innings to help him after skipper Lewis Gregory was dismissed for 25 for 17. Tom Moores at long-on, Khan at deep cover, Mullen himself at deep square leg, and Carter bowling the Rockets to make 150 for 9.