Mahmudullah's second win
Mahmudullah Riyad's team St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots won the second consecutive win in the Caribbean Premier League. They defeated Barbados Tridents by 6 wickets yesterday. Even with a small target of 148, the team's challenge for St. Kitts showed that Mohammad Irfan's record-breaking bowling spell. But St. Kitts' batsman Brian King has wiped off the day with the pace of Pakistani pace. In this win, Mahmudullah in table 2 with 5 points in 5 matches Mahmudullah Jamaica Tallawawas has eight points to win over two matches.
Mahmudullah took 2 wickets for 20 runs against St Lucia in the previous match against Strauss, did not bat or bowling any. St. Kitts took the field in Barbados on Saturday, winning the toss Ben Cutting and Anton Davies gave the hosts two wickets for 147 runs for 6 wickets. Barbados captain Jason Holder played 4 fours and three sixes in 54 balls. Irfan bowled in the face of a difficult challenge in St. Kitts
The 7-foot 1-inch-long pacer got Chris Gayle to the first of the innings, while another opener Evelyn Lewis (1) was dismissed in the next over. Two wickets in the first two overs, the Pakistani paceman made three overs in Maiden, King has scored one run in the last over of Irfan's four-over quota. The 36-year-old left-hander has made a world record for the best bowling figures in Twenty20. His bowling figure was 4-3-1-2. But in the tenth over, Steven Smith was dismissed by Barbados as Devon Thomas and King struck two sixes. Thomas bowled 32 fours and three sixes in 29 balls before being bowled by Wahab Riaz. Before the dismissal of Ashley Nurse in the 16th over, King 4/4 in 49 balls, 4 fours and 5 sixes. The rest of the work is Saren Ben Cutting and Tom Cooper. Cutting 29 and Cooper remained unbeaten on 13. St. Kitts scored 148 runs for 4 wickets in 18.5 overs. Irfan is a match-maker.