NCT vs BCP

Author : A Smith | Created : 2022-07-01 06:33:00

NCT vs BCP

Introduction

The Black Caps have pulled off a stunning victory over the Nicosia Tigers with a score of 351/1. They put on a batting display that would make any team proud, showing their class in every aspect of the game.

Nicosia Tigers won the toss and elected to bowl first

Nicosia Tigers won the toss and elected to bowl first. The Black Caps scored at a run rate of 5.25 per over. Nicosia Tigers had 3 bowlers go for more than 8 runs per over, as well as 2 more that went for more than 6 runs per over. Black Caps scored 63/0 in the first 10 overs, with both openers scoring 17 off their allotted 10 deliveries each; one hit a boundary every two balls on average during this period.

Black Caps scored at a run rate of 5.25 per over

Black Caps scored at a run rate of 5.25 per over.

Black Caps scored 351 runs in 50 overs, which is more than the required rate of 4.75 runs per over to win a T20 match.

The openers started well and put up 63/0 in the first 10 overs, but their inability to capitalise on this momentum cost them dearly as they could manage only 168/5 by the 20th over and finished with a total of 351 against India's 342/5 after their allotted 20 overs (target).

Black caps made good use of both the powerplay and batting powerplay periods as they scored 98 runs from these two phases. They were also able to play at 8 an over during the last five overs which helped them score an additional 59 runs (9 wides were conceded).

Nicosia Tigers had 3 bowlers go for more than 8 runs per over

The Tigers were also outdone in the bowling department. Kurtley Worton, who gave away only two runs in his first over against Keo, went for three sixes and a four in his second over. His economy rate at the end of that spell was 8.50 runs per over. Meanwhile, spinners Ajantha Mendis and Asitha Fernando managed to pick up three wickets between them but conceded 65 runs off their 18 overs at an average of 3.75 per over each.

Black Caps scored 63/0 in the first 10 overs

Black Caps scored at a run rate of 5.25 per over, which is a good pace to score 50 runs in 10 overs. Black Caps scored 63/0 in the first 10 overs. Black Caps were on fire with their batting and they made it look easy as they scored 351 runs in 50 overs. Four batsmen surpassed 50 runs; Guptill became the highest scorer of the match with an unbeaten 103 off 82 balls including 11 boundaries while Williamson also contributed with 58 off 73 balls, including 7 boundaries.

Black Caps had four batsmen surpass 50 runs

The Black Caps had four batsmen surpass 50 runs and Corey Anderson with a knock of 85 runs was the highest scorer for them. The team will face Bangladesh in their next match on 14th February 2019 and if they win that, then they will make it to the knockouts.

Black Caps scored 351 runs in 50 overs

Black Caps scored 351 runs in 50 overs:

  • Black Caps scored at a run rate of 5.25 per over. Four batsmen surpassed 50 runs, including Kane Williamson (130), Ross Taylor (81), Henry Nicholls (59) and Jimmy Neesham (56). Three bowlers went for more than 8 runs per over - Southee (8-1-58-0), Boult (7-2-38-1) and Milne (5-0-33-1).

Nicosia Tigers were never really in the chase and scored at 9 runs per over to finish with 73/6 from 10 overs.

Nicosia Tigers were never really in the chase and scored at 9 runs per over to finish with 73/6 from 10 overs. The Black Caps made short work of the target, reaching it in 7 overs for the loss of 2 wickets.

This was their fourth win in a row and their first victory against Nicosia Tigers since 2004. They have now won three matches out of four played so far this season, which is pretty impressive considering one of those victories came against an under-strength side from BCP.

The big positive for BCB has been that they have managed to avoid defeats so far this season by winning all their home games as well as beating Liverpool Warriors away from home convincingly twice out of three attempts in recent weeks!

Nicosia Tigers were blown away by the Black Caps

The Black Caps were simply unstoppable. They scored 351 runs in 50 overs at a run rate of 5.25 per over. Nicosia Tigers were blown away by the Black Caps, as they managed 73/6 in 10 overs, with their highest scorer only making 13 runs.

The match was won by the Black Caps by 278 runs and they will now face India on Sunday at 14:00 (CET).

Conclusion

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