16.2 straight up, long-on comes in, and Munro's gone 10 short of a hundred. It's a slower ball and the left-hander's into the slot a smidge too early. Goes right off the toe, and as a result it gets height instead of distance. Good catch from Green. Great innings from Munro 140/3
    0.5 taken at slip! The left-arm angle works for Guyana as Tanvir pitches the ball up, asking for the drive. Lynn offers it up and edges it to Walton 1/1
    15.4 caught at long-on, at the very edge of the booundary too, with Imran Tahir balancing himself, reaching out over his head and behind him to take a pressure catch. Ramdin has to go, having been unable to make much out of a wide half-volley outside off 136/2
    16.4 lovely, diving catch from Hetmyer, at deep cover. He comes running in because McCullum's down the track slash doesn't have enough power. And that's largely because Shepherd saw the danger and speared the ball wide, away from the batsman's reach 140/4
    18.1 drags it on and the 23-year old seamer is having a proper party. His first CPL game - his first T20 game even - and he takes out the season's top six-hitter with a pin-point yorker. Bravo tries to lash it through the off side, but it tails into him at the last second and pings off the inside edge into the stumps 150/5
    not out
    19.5 does him in with a slower ball, Searles through with his slog an age too early and looking utterly out of place as he loses his off stump. The umpires check on Tanvir's front foot and there's a sliver behind it 170/6
    19.6 caught at long-on as Narine pulls the short ball outside off stump, struggling to get power because of the lack of room 170/7
    10 (lb 4, w 6)
    170/7 (20 Overs, RR: 8.5)
    Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Chris Lynn, 0.5 ov), 2-136 (Denesh Ramdin, 15.4 ov), 3-140 (Colin Munro, 16.2 ov), 4-140 (Brendon McCullum, 16.4 ov), 5-150 (Darren Bravo, 18.1 ov), 6-170 (Javon Searles, 19.5 ov), 7-170 (Sunil Narine, 19.6 ov)
    Sohail Tanvir402736.75104010
    CJ Green402015.00112000
    Imran Tahir402706.7592100
    RS Primus2023011.5053110
    RR Emrit3040013.3343300
    R Shepherd302939.6692230
    2.3 knocks leg stump over! It's the arm ball, going in with the angle from round the wicket. Walton has made room to drive it on the up through the covers, but he misses completely. Ramdin, in fact, yelled 'bowled him' just as the ball passed the bat 17/2
    0.4 goes full, goes straight, gets the inswing he wants. The batsman swings across the line, is struck on the back pad and umpire Gustard agrees to the lbw appeal. But replays confirm a first impression that this ball would be heading down leg. Ali Khan doesn't care though. He's provided his captain with an early wicket 3/1
    3.2 taken at deep square leg. The shot comes off lsounding a little hollow, coming as it did off the inside half of the bat, and the length ball on the pads ends up taking a wicket as Munro pops up on screen and takes a dolly 21/3
    11.6 finds point - almost as if it's catching practice. Mohammed moves to leg in an effort to open up the offside, and in an ironic twist typical of this Guyana batting performance, he picks out the catcher inside the circle to perfection 57/7
    5.1 leading edge, simple catch. Narine gets the left-hander with an offbreak pitching on leg stump, tempting him to play the line instead of the ball, which turns sharply enough to take a nick and return back to its owner 33/4
    6.5 taken at cover! McCullum again, having an easy grab, as Green steps out of his crease, making room to free the arms. But Pierre follows the batsman with a quicker, flatter ball and gets rewarded. A quick check for the no-ball though, before the batsman walks off... Okay, not so quick... And confirmation, finally 42/5
    9.3 taken at deep midwicket. A fierce hit from Tanvir, but he doesn't pay enough mind to placing the shot. And Bravo takes a wicket in his first over with a bouncer angled across the left-hander 48/6
    not out
    14.2 Superb catch by Searles waiting on the midwicket boundary. He needs to time his jump because he's on the edge of the boundary and the ball is set to soar over his head. But the fielder leaps up, judging the trajectory perfectly, and takes it reverse cup. Emrit goes, looking to biff a full delivery on leg stump but not getting enough distance on it 74/8
    16.5 looks for the slog but the length ball turns in from outside off, sneaks under the bat swing and knocks middle stump over 94/9
    17.4 pops it to short cover. Ali Khan's pace frightens the No. 11 and he all but surrenders. Probably the only way to describe that defensive shot. Tahir falls. Game over 103/10
    9 (lb 3, w 6)
    103 all out (17.4 Overs, RR: 5.83)
    Fall of wickets: 1-3 (Luke Ronchi, 0.4 ov), 2-17 (Chadwick Walton, 2.3 ov), 3-21 (Shimron Hetmyer, 3.2 ov), 4-33 (Cameron Delport, 5.1 ov), 5-42 (Chris Green, 6.5 ov), 6-48 (Sohail Tanvir, 9.3 ov), 7-57 (Jason Mohammed, 11.6 ov), 8-74 (Rayad Emrit, 14.2 ov), 9-94 (Romario Shepherd, 16.5 ov), 10-103 (Imran Tahir, 17.4 ov)
    Ali Khan2.402238.2573010
    SP Narine401513.75131000
    K Pierre402125.25153020
    DJ Bravo302227.3371130
    Fawad Ahmed402025.00140200

Match Notes

Amazon 2nd innings Partnerships

3L RonchiCAK Walton
14CAK WaltonSO Hetmyer
4JN MohammedSO Hetmyer
12JN MohammedCS Delport
9JN MohammedCJ Green
6Sohail TanvirJN Mohammed
9JN MohammedRS Primus
17RR EmritRS Primus
20R ShepherdRS Primus
9Imran TahirRS Primus