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Colin Munro’s third 50 or more score of CPL 2016 guaranteed Trinbago Knight Riders pursued down 173 effortlessly on Saturday as they vanquished Barbados Tridents with 14 balls to save at the Kensington Oval. Munro’s 68 off only 39 balls moved him to second place on the run graphs in the competition with 258 keeps running in six innings, only 24 behind fellow team member Hashim Amla.
The pair delivered a 107-run stand crosswise over 10.1 overs for the second wicket and when Amla fell in the fifteenth over, Knight Riders required only 37 keeps running off 34 balls with eight wickets close by. Amla just hit one four in his 31 off 34 balls as Munro did the majority of the harm. Munro raised his fifty in 27 balls in the twelfth over and couple of bowlers were saved from his wrath with Navin Stewart taking the brunt of it, including two sixes as a component of a 16-run fourteenth over.
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Munro inevitably tumbled to Ravi Rampaul, got close to the long-on limit by AB de Villiers, yet Dwayne Bravo struck the following two balls for a four and a six preceding doing likewise in the seventeenth over to Parnell, dashing any trusts Tridents had of a late turnaround. Knight Riders required two keeps running off the last three overs and Bravo hit the triumphant raced to complete on 23 off 11 balls.
Bravo had before assumed a key part in the field, taking 2 for 34 including the wicket of Tridents’ top-scorer Shoaib Malik for 47, as their late surge was smothered in spite of wickets close by. Tridents had scored 26 off the past two overs when Bravo returned to bowl his last over in the nineteenth and significantly trapped the risky Nicholas Pooran for a brilliant duck as a component of a seven-keep running over. Kieron Pollard completed unbeaten on 41 off 20, with three fours and the same number of sixes, and de Villiers scored a 32-ball 45, imparting urgent stands to Malik and Pollard however at last they were insufficient for Tridents, who now sit in fourth place with five focuses from five amusements.