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Samp Army Seals Last-Over Victory, Ends Bulls’ Winning Streak

Samp Army 96 for 6 (Du Plessis 30, Najibullah 25*, Farooqi 2-17, Bravo 2-22) beat Delhi Bulls 95 for 8 (Vince 24, Irshad 3-14, Holder 3-15) by four wickets

Morrisville Samp Army force finished Delhi Bulls’ triumphant run with a four-wicket dominance in a game that turned out to be nearer than expected for about three-fourths of its length.

Jason Holder and Salman Irshad returned conservative three-wicket takes to set up a 96-run pursuit for the Samp Armed force, and they were drifting with Faf du Plessis and Andries Gous at 60 for 2 toward the finish of the 6th over, with 36 to get from four overs. In any case, Fazalhaq Farooqi sent back du Plessis (30 off 17 balls) and Gous (20 off 13) in the seventh over, and after an 11-run over from Richard Gleeson, Dwayne Bravo got two additional wickets in the 10th.

That left Rovman Powell with the ball, Najibullah Zadran in front of him, and 12 runs for Samp Armed Force to get. It went dab, six, two, and four, and Samp Armed force was home. It was their third dominant in four matches, putting them level with Delhi Bulls, who were currently at the highest point of the table.

In the principal half, there were two or three associations for Bulls up top, however nothing significant, and nothing extremely speedy. James Vince top-scored with 24 off 14, and Powell’s 19 came in only eight balls, with Irshad, the Pakistani medium-pacer, returning 3 for 14 and Holder contributing with 3 for 15, Bulls were kept to a less than impressive aggregate.

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