Hong Kong Vs Jersey Live Score (T20)

Date: Wednesday, 23 October, 2019 21:00 IST Venue: Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi Match Status: Match Ended

Hong Kong beat Jersey by 8 runs

144/7
Overs
20.0
R/R
7.2
Fours
10
Sixes
2
Extras
10
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Scott McKechnie (W) not out 40 33 1 1
Haroon Arshad not out 0 0 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Harrison Carlyon 1 0 17 0
Dominic Blampied 4 0 31 0
136/6
Overs
20.0
R/R
6.8
Fours
9
Sixes
2
Extras
6
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Corey Bisson not out 30 20 1 1
Dominic Blampied not out 5 5 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Kyle Christie 4 0 37 0
Kinchit Shah 4 0 31 2
  • Nizakat Khan believes that 144 on this wicket is very good. Feels that they still have to bowl well but have a decent total to defend. On his innings, Khan says that he wanted to give a good start to his team, so he played a few shots. Stresses that his team is very new, so the discussion was just to back oneself. On this wicket, Nizakat says that back of a length on a good length to bowl while batting is difficult any which ways, with the ball staying low and coming on slow. Wants his fielding to step up.
  • Jersey were all over the place with the ball in the first 6 overs. But Benjamin Ward brought them back into the game, with a 3-wicket haul. Stevens picked up 2 wickets and the duo did stifle the opposition. But did they give it away in the final 6 overs? We will come to know in a while...
  • They say, what you start, finish well. Hong Kong started like a train on fire and ended in a flash, getting 26 in the last 2 overs. They will feel hard done by with the collapse in the middle and at that stage, it seemed like they will not even make 100. But the 61-run stand between Barkat and McKechnie has given them something to bowl at.
  • They have got a run chase on their hands, have the Jersey boys. They were not in the game during the Powerplay and got out of the game in the death overs. The first 6 overs read 52/1 while the last 6 read 55/1. In between, they were brilliant, conceding 37/5 in 8 overs.
  • 19.6 Comes down the track, takes the ball on the full and works it with his wrists over the bowler. By the time long off gets around, two runs are taken. HONG KONG FINISH ON 144/7!
  • Haroon Arshad walks in at number 9, replacing Barkat.
  • 19.5 OUT! Caught! The 61-run stand is broken. Full and around middle and leg, Barkat gets down and plays the paddle sweep. However, he finds short fine leg where Ferraby dives forward and takes a good catch. This could be a match-winning stand for Hong Kong.
  • 19.4 FOUR! Up and over! Full and outside off, comes forward and lofts it over cover for a boundary!
  • 19.3 Full and outside off, McKechnie looks to sweep but misses. The keeper fumbles and the batsmen take a bye.
  • 19.2 Outside off, driven through the covers for a couple.
  • 19.1 FOUR! How did that hit the bat? McKechnie gets a long way across his stumps and Stevens fires it full on the stumps, Scott looks gone for all money but he just about gets his bat down in time for the sweep and edges it to the fine leg fence!
  • Ben Stevens to bowl the final over. 3-0-14-1 so far.
  • 18.6 Full on middle, driven down the ground for a single. 131/6
  • 18.5 The ball strikes the batsman very low on the pads.
  • 18.4 Short and outside off, cut through point for a couple.
  • 18.3 Full and outside off, played straight back over the bowler for a couple.
  • 18.2 On middle, flicked through mid-wicket for a couple.
  • 18.1 SIX! There you go. Full and outside off, McKechnie gets down and mows a slog sweep way over mid-wicket!
  • 17.6 A short ball, outside off, pulled through mid-wicket for a couple. 118/6
  • 17.5 Outside off, Barkat looks to cut but misses.
  • 17.4 FOUR! A BOUNDARY AFTER 49 BALLS! Barkat looks to play the reverse sweep but gets an under edge which runs down to third man for a boundary!
  • 17.3 Full on middle, flicked through mid-wicket for a single.
  • 17.2 Full and around middle, Scott gets down to sweep but misses and is hit on the pads. A huge appeal for LBW, but turned down!
  • 17.1 Down the leg side, McKechnie works it through square leg for a couple.
  • Dominic Blampied returns. 3-0-22-0 so far.
  • 16.6 Around middle, worked through mid-wicket for a couple. 109/6
  • 16.5 Short and outside off, cut through point for three runs.
  • 16.4 Full and outside off, driven through mid off for a couple.
  • 16.3 Outside off, left alone.
  • 16.2 Around middle, flicked through mid-wicket for a run.
  • 16.1 Full and outside off, driven through the covers for a single.
  • Charles Perchard is back on. 2-0-9-1 so far.
  • 15.6 On middle and leg, flicked through mid-wicket for a run. 100/6
  • 15.5 Outside off, punched off the back foot for a single.
  • 15.4 The batsman has played it towards mid-wicket. The batsmen have picked up a couple of runs.
  • 15.3 On middle, flicked through mid-wicket for a single.
  • 15.2 Full and outside off, McKechnie comes down the track and chips it to wide long off for a couple.
  • 15.1 Tossed up outside off, plenty of flight, but less pace, McKechnie looks to drive but misses.
  • Ben Stevens returns. 2-0-7-1 so far.
  • 14.6 Short and outside off, cut through point for a run. 93/6
  • 14.5 Full and around off, Scott looks to defend by coming down the track and is hit on the pads.
  • 14.4 Short again, cut through point for one.
  • 14.3 Short and outside off, cut straight to point.
  • 14.2 Full on middle, McKechnie comes down the track and flicks it to deep mid-wicket for a run.
  • 14.1 Sort and outside off, Waqas goes back and pulls it down to long on for a single.
  • Dominic Blampied is back on. 2-0-18-0 so far.
  • 13.6 Full and around off, Scott flicks it through mid-wicket. They take one and then another on the second. Ward is done for the night with the ball - 4-1-19-3. 89/6
  • 13.5 Full and outside off, McKechnie looks to defend but gets a thick inside edge onto his pads.
  • 13.4 Quicker one outside off, another googly, punched through the covers for one.
  • 13.3 Full and outside off, pushed through mid off for a run.
  • 13.2 Fuller, eased through the covers for a single.
  • 13.1 Short and outside off, cut straight to point.
  • 12.6 Full and outside off, Scott comes down the track and looks to defend but misses and is hit on the pads. 84/6
  • 12.5 Short and outside off, cut straight to point.
  • 12.4 Short and outside off, punched through the covers for a single.
  • 12.3 Punched off the back foot by the batsman.
  • 12.2 Comes down the track and pushes it down the ground for a run.
  • 12.1 Full and outside off, driven through mid off for a single.
  • Ben Stevens returns. 1-0-4-1 so far.
  • 11.6 Another googly, pushed out of the front of the hand, pushed towards point. What an over - W 0 W 0 0 0! 81/6
  • 11.5 Floated outside off, McKechnie comes down the track and defends.
  • 11.4 Landed outside off, watchfully pushed towards backward point.
  • Scott McKechnie comes in at number 8, replacing Simandeep.
  • 11.3 OUT! BOWLED! Googled by the googly! Top nut from Ward. Floated outside off, Simandeep looks to drive but the ball spins in, goes beneath the bat and hits the stumps! Ward is all pumped up. It is his third wicket, in the span of 6 balls!
  • 11.2 Lovely bowling. Short and outside off, 90 kph, Simandeep looks to run it down to third man but gets a thick inside edge which just misses the stumps!
  • Waqas Barkat comes in at number 7, replacing Kinchit.
  • 11.1 OUT! Caught! So after a missed stumping, missed run out, dropped catch, leading edges not carrying, Kinchit's luck finally runs out. Full and outside off, Shah gets down and mows a slog sweep. The connection is sweet but he finds deep mid-wicket to perfection! Charles Perchard completes the formalities.
  • 10.6 The batsman flicks it away with a wristy shot for a single. 81/4
  • 10.5 Full and outside off, pushed through the covers for one.
  • 10.4 Short and outside off, cut through point for a run.
  • 10.3 Outside off, pushed towards point for a single.
  • Simandeep Singh comes in at number 6, replacing his skipper.
  • 10.2 OUT! BOWLED! Right through his legs! How did he miss? A quick short ball, around leg stump, Aizaz swivels, looking to pull but the ball skids through, goes between his legs and hits the timber! The captain departs for a duck.
  • 10.1 Ball hits the batsman low on the pads. The batsmen have run through for a single. Leg bye given by the umpire.
  • Nick Greenwood now. Bowls off spin.
  • 9.6 Full and outside off, Aizaz looks to defend but misses. A huge shout for LBW but turned down. Impact outside off. 76/3
  • 9.5 A full toss outside off, pushed towards long off for a single.
  • Skipper Aizaz Khan walks in next, at number 5, replacing Nizakat Khan.
  • 9.4 OUT! Caught! No half century for Nizakat. Short and outside off, Khan backs away and looks to punch but the ball skids off the surface, hits the top portion of the bat and goes to Stevens at short extra cover. Simple catch. End of a lovely knock. Is this the spark Jersey needed?
  • 9.3 LEADING EDGE, SAFE! Another charmed life. Full and around middle, Kinchit looks to flick but gets a leading edge, but over the bowler, towards long on! A single taken.
  • 9.3 WIDE. Short and down the leg side, Khan looks to pull but the ball stays low and goes beneath the bat. The keeper is blinded and cannot adjust. The ball deflects off his pads towards short fine leg and a bye is taken.
  • 9.2 FOUR! POUNDED! What a shot. Full and outside off, Nizakat backs away and powers it through the covers!
  • 9.1 Tossed up outside off, driven through the covers for a single.
  • 8.6 The batsman has swept that one through the leg side. The batsmen have run through for a single. 68/2
  • 8.5 RUN OUT CHANCE MISSED! What has Kinchit had for evening snacks? Another life. Short and outside off, Nizakat cuts it straight to point. Now, he does not want a single but Shah wants. He is halfway down the track but is sent back. The fielder fires a throw to the bowler who tries to collect and parry it towards the stumps in one go but misses. The batsmen now take the overthrow.
  • 8.4 Comes down the track and swings it off the inner half down to long on for a single.
  • 8.3 Yorker outside off, dug out back to the bowler.
  • 8.2 Punched off the back foot by the batsman.
  • 8.1 FOUR! Nice shot. Full and outside off, Kinchit comes down the track and bashes it wide of long off for a boundary!
  • Elliot Miles returns. 1-0-6-0 so far.
  • 7.6 Outside off, cut uppishly, wide of point for a run! 61/2
  • 7.5 TOP EDGE, PUT DOWN! Full and outside off, Kinchit looks to play the slog sweep but the ball spins away and takes the top edge. Short third man gets across to his right, then dives but the ball bursts through his hands! Two runs taken.
  • 7.4 Down the leg side, Kinchit misses his flick and is hit on the pads.
  • 7.3 Around middle, worked through the leg side for a single.
  • 7.2 Outside off, punched off the back foot.
  • 7.1 Full and outside off, driven through mid off for a couple.
  • Benjamin Ward comes on now. A leggie.
  • 6.6 STUMPING CHANCE MISSED! Golden opportunity. Fired in outside off, a yorker, Kinchit looks to drive but misses. He is outside the crease but the keeper fumbles it. 55/2
  • 6.5 The batsman rocks onto the back foot and punches the ball.
  • 6.4 Full and down the leg side, Khan misses his flick and the ball goes off the keeper's pads to short fine leg. A leg bye taken.
  • 6.3 Almost gone first ball! Full on middle, Kinchit looks to go downtown and almost finds long on to perfection. Lands short. A single to get off the mark.
  • The next man in for Hong Kong is Kinchit Shah.
  • 6.2 OUT! Caught! The young man goes for a solitary run. Landed outside off, Bhagwat cuts it but it is straight to Nick Greenwood at short third man! The bowling change works.
  • 6.1 On middle, pushed through mid on for a single.
  • Finally, medium pace. Charles Perchard brings himself on to bowl.
  • 5.6 Huge appeal for LBW, turned down. Fired in around middle, Bhagwat looked to drive but missed and was hit on the pads. Seems like there was an inside edge. 52/1
  • 5.5 This would have been another wide but Bhagwat looks to play the sweep and the ball rolls off the toe end, down the pitch.
  • 5.4 Landed outside off, left alone.
  • 5.4 WIDE. Another wide. The keeper is not happy. Not with the umpire, but with the bowler. The rocket has hit him on the left glove hard and he is hurt. The ball lobs to short fine leg, as the batsman misses his flick and the batsmen take a bye.
  • 5.4 WIDE. Fired down the leg side, Nizakat misses his flick and the keeper whips the bails off. Excellent stumping but Khan was well in.
  • 5.3 Full and outside off, pushed straight to cover.
  • 5.2 Full and around off, Bhagwat looks to defend but the ball goes off the inside edge towards mid-wicket. A single taken.
  • Aarush Bhagwat walks in at number 3, replacing Abbasi.
  • 5.1 OUT! Caught! There goes the first wicket. Short and outside off, Abbasi looks to cut but the ball takes the outside edge. Miles at short third man takes a very good low catch. The 48-run opening stand has been broken.
  • Ben Stevens to bowl now. Another spinner.
  • 4.6 In the air... drops short! Full and around off, Abbasi gets down to play the pull but the bounce does him in. The ball takes the top edge and lands right in between short fine leg and square leg! 48/0
  • 4.5 Outside off, placed through point for a single.
  • 4.4 Oh what a way to find the gap. Short and outside off, stays low, NK looks to cut but the dipping ball takes the under edge and goes between the keeper's legs behind. Short third man runs after it and keeps the batsmen to a couple.
  • 4.4 WIDE! Short and wide outside off, Khan throws his bat at it but misses.
  • 4.3 FOUR! '50 for Nizakat Khan!' says my colleague from here. Full and wide outside off, Khan bashes it through the covers!
  • 4.3 WIDE! Tossed up outside off, Khan lets it go. Wided.
  • 4.2 Outside off, cut through point for a very, very quick single. A better throw might have had Nizakat. The backward point fielder returned a wild throw, which the keeper had to take with a dive to his left.
  • 4.1 Full and fired down the leg side, Abbasi gets down to pull/paddle but misses and is hit on the pads. Not a bad shout for LBW. Did that pitch outside leg?
  • Dominic Blampied comes on again. 1-0-7-0 so far.
  • 3.6 FOUR! FABULOUS! Full and outside off, Nizakat leans and drives it through the covers. There is a sweeper in the deep but he gives it up. 37/0
  • 3.5 Full and around off, Khan backs away and looks to slog but the ball takes the inside edge and goes towards long on. However, the bowler himself dives to his right and stops it.
  • 3.4 Quicker one outside off, Nizakat backs away, looking to cut but misses.
  • 3.3 Around middle, flicked through the leg side for a run.
  • 3.2 Short and outside off, cut straight to point.
  • 3.1 Full and outside off, driven through the covers for a single.
  • Here comes the guy picked for this game. Elliot Miles comes on to bowl.
  • 2.6 On middle and leg, Khan looks to flick but gets a thick inside edge onto his pads. The ball drops down to the leg side and the keeper himself goes after the ball as the batsmen take a quick single. Has a shy at the bowler's end but misses. Mid off backs up. The batsman would have made it in. 31/0
  • 2.5 Now Nizakat attempts a similar shot but guides it straight to short third man.
  • 2.4 Landed outside off, steered behind point for three runs.
  • 2.3 Outside off, punched off the back foot for one.
  • 2.2 Short and outside off, cut towards short third man where the fielder fumbles and allows a run.
  • 2.1 Full and down the leg side, flicked towards fine leg for a single.
  • 1.6 Quicker one outside off, Abbasi looks to cut but the ball stays low and beats him. The keeper collects the ball and whips the bails off but the foot is just in. 24/0
  • 1.5 Full toss outside off, driven straight to cover.
  • 1.4 A low full toss outside off, Khan reaches out and drives it to sweeper cover for a run.
  • 1.3 FOUR! This is a scoring opportunity. Full and outside off, Nizakat opens up a touch and drives it through the covers! He started in overdrive and continues...
  • 1.2 Comes down the track and whips it through mid-wicket for a couple.
  • 1.1 Full and outside off, nice length, driven back to the bowler.
  • Dominic Blampied to bowl from the other end. Leg spin. So the trial by spin continues.
  • 0.6 Full and outside off, driven towards long off for a run. What should have been a wicket over, goes for 17! 17/0
  • 0.5 Shorter in length, outside off, pulled straight to short mid-wicket.
  • 0.4 SIX! Leg spin from Carylon and it disappears! Floated, around off, Nizakat gets down and slog sweeps it over mid-wicket!
  • 0.3 FOUR! This is short and outside off, Khan goes back and cuts it through point!
  • 0.2 FOUR! Full and around off, Nizakat gets down and mows a slog sweep through square leg!
  • 0.1 DROPPED! First ball! Oh dear... what a miss. Full and outside off, Nizakat gets down and looks to play the slog sweep. However, he gets more height than distance and Jonty Jenner has a simple chance at long on. However, he takes the catch - only to shell it. Two runs taken.
  • The players are out in the middle. Harrison Carylon to start off proceedings with his right-arm off spin. Nizakat Khan and Ahsan Abbasi open for Hong Kong. Here we go then...
  • PITCH REPORT - Robert Key doing the pitch report feels that the track will be slow. But with the floodlights on, Key feels that the ball might skid on off the surface. Also expects variable bounce, with the odd ball staying low. Advises the batsmen to use the Powerplay but then not to go too hard in the middle overs and save wickets for the death overs.
  • The Jersey skipper, Charles Perchard is smiling on his team's position. Says that the team came into this competition confident of winning. On their win over UAE, the captain admits that it was one of his side's complete performance, learning from their own games. Is not too perturbed on losing the toss, believing that the pitch will not change much. On the team changes, Perchard says that they have made a tactical change, bringing in the left-arm spinner Elliot Miles for Anthony Hawkins-Kay who is a pace bowler.
  • Hong Kong skipper, Aizaz Khan, says that he would like to bat first as it is a used wicket. Hence, expects it to get slower later on in the innings. Admits that they have to win each of their 3 games but are positive. Informs that they have made one change, bringing in Aarush Bhagwat for Raag Kapur.
  • Jersey (Playing XI) - Nick Ferraby, Harrison Carlyon, Ben Stevens, Jonty Jenner, Nick Greenwood, Benjamin Ward, Corey Bisson, Dominic Blampied, Jake Dunford(w), Charles Perchard(c), Elliot Miles (IN FOR ANTHONY HAWKINS-KAY).
  • Hong Kong (Playing XI) - Nizakat Khan, Ahsan Abbasi, Kinchit Shah, Aizaz Khan(c), Waqas Barkat, Simandeep Singh, Haroon Arshad, Scott McKechnie(wk), Aarush Bhagwat (IN FOR RAAG KAPUR), Ehsan Khan and Kyle Christie.
  • TOSS - Hong Kong have won the toss and elected to bat first. Will they face the same fate as three teams earlier in the day? Or are they going with what Canada achieved at this ground a couple of hours ago?
  • Jersey have been in good form lately beating the hosts by a comfortable margin. They would be very high on confidence going into this game and would be hoping to repeat their performance from their last game. Hong Kong, on the other hand, were defeated easily by UAE and are reeling at the bottom of the table with zero wins from three games. They have very little chance to qualify for the next stage but they can hope to upset a few top teams starting with Jersey. Toss and team updates in a while.
  • 5th match of the day. 4 done. This is the last. Namibia defeating Bermuda, Oman trouncing Nigeria, Kenya getting past Singapore and Canada defeating Ireland - this was the order of the day. Hong Kong now meet Jersey, in match number 26, in Abu Dhabi. Of the 4 matches done today, 3 have seen the chasers winning. What will be the outcome of this one? Hello and a warm welcome to our coverage of the 26th match of the ICC WT20 Qualifiers between Hong Kong and Jersey.

Hong Kong Vs Jersey Live Score (T20) Ball by Ball Commentary

  • Right! Hong Kong stay alive to fight another day. They have to do a lot of hard work though. Jersey can consider this as a blip in their path and aim to learn from this. Friday sees more matches coming your way but the one which has commentary will be the Bermuda-Scotland match at 7.30 pm local (1530 GMT). ADIOS! TAKE CARE!
  • Victorious Hong Kong captain, Aizaz Khan, says that they needed this win and are happy with it. Further says that their game plan was to go after the ball in the Powerplay but they lost a few quick wickets in the middle overs. Also points out that the total was a pretty good one and they were happy with that. Feels that his bowlers did well. On being asked about the coach finally being happy, Khan says that it is great to win the important game. Now HD Ackermann asks the skipper what is more important - just winning or winning with net run rate. To this, Aizaz says that they will be focussing on the net run-rate in the coming matches but wants to take it one game at a time.
  • Jersey skipper, Charles Perchard, believes that both sides were in with a chance almost throughout the game. Adds that they tried putting pressure by bowling well but McKechnie along with Barkat batted well. On the opposition bowling, Perchard says that they bowled well as the ball was skidding off the surface. Charles says that they have two big games against Ireland and Oman and are looking forward to it.
  • SCOTT MCKECHNIE HAS BEEN NAMED THE MAN OF THE MATCH. On the middle order collapse, McKechnie says that it was a nice opportunity for the lower-order batters and adds that they are happy to get that partnership low down the order. On the surface, Scott says that it was great to win the toss. Points that the spinners came into the game in the second innings. McKechnie mentions that they wanted to do well in the Powerplay and are happy to be able to do that in this game.
  • Now, let us rewind ourselves to the first ball of the match. Nizakat Khan giving a simple catch to Jonty Jenner at long on off Harrison Carylon. Dropped. Goes on to score 48. Then, HK lose their way from 48/0 to 81/6. But a 61-run stand in 50 balls for the 7th wicket between Barkat and McKechnie takes them close to 150. Crucial moments missed by Jersey. Hong Kong almost let it slip with their fielding, but just about held their nerves. Here comes the presentation...
  • All was not over though. Bisson and Greenwood raised hopes of a fightback with a 36-run stand for the 6th wicket but the latter's dismissal nipped that in the bud. Hong Kong were excellent with the ball, keeping it in the right areas and Ehsan Khan was the man keeping things tight. He, along with Aizaz and Barkat really made things difficult, with combined figures of 11-0-56-4.
  • Let us start from the second innings. Hong Kong nipped 2 out early but then a 58-run stand for the third wicket between Stevens and Jenner brought Jersey back into the game. But then, Jenner's wicket to Aizaz changed the complexion of the game and Jersey started to fall behind the 8-ball.
  • Relief for Hong Kong. They stay alive in the tournament. A topsy-turvy game for them with both bat and ball but in the end, they have managed to win. Jersey look upset and should be.
  • 19.6 Yes, game over! Length ball on middle, Blampied sweeps it behind square leg but can only get a single. There is some miscommunication in the middle and the batsmen initially go for the second but then change their mind. HONG KONG are not too perturbed because they WIN BY 8 RUNS.
  • 19.5 Short ball around middle and leg, Bisson looks to pull but gets a top edge. The ball lobs high in the air but drops in no man's land. A single only. Game over for Jersey then.
  • 19.4 Run out chance missed? A length ball on middle and leg, Blampied looks to heave it on the leg side but can't get any bat on ball. They look to take the bye, the keeper attempts an underarm throw at the striker's end but misses.
  • 19.3 Full outside off, driven towards mid off for a single.
  • 19.2 Bouncer! And a legal one too. Khan lands it short around off and middle, Bisson looks to pull but misses.
  • 19.1 Starts with a short ball outside off, Bisson goes back and hammers it behind square for a couple of runs. A better throw from deep square leg and maybe a better glovework from the keeper could've made things interesting.
  • Skipper Aizaz Khan to bowl the final over. 14 to defend.
  • 18.6 Full on middle this time, Blampied drives it through mid on for races back for the second. 15 needed in the final over. 130/6
  • 18.5 Christie is following the batter here as he dishes a full ball outside off, Bisson has a move towards the off side again to work it down the leg side. Does so but just for a single.
  • 18.4 Again around off, another single through covers.
  • 18.3 Full and outside off again, the batter again moves across the off side to drive but just a single this time. Tight bowling.
  • 18.2 Fuller and outside off again, Bisson again drives it through the cover region. This time he scampers back for a couple.
  • 18.1 Full outside off, driven through extra cover for a single.
  • Dominic Blampied is the new man in.
  • 17.6 OUT! This time the fielder pouches it comfortably. Nizakat Khan it is. On middle, Bisson Greenwood comes down the track to power it over the long on fielder but doesn't get the timing right. The ball lobs towards the fielder and he takes it lunging forward. 122/6
  • 17.5 Around off, Greenwood looks to cut but gets an inside edge on to the pads.
  • 17.4 The batsman works it down the leg side. They manage to come back for the second.
  • 17.3 DROPPED! An easy put down. Poor poor effort. Not something Hong Kong can afford at this moment in time. Full ball around off, Greenwood comes down the track and lofts it straight to the long off fielder. The ball goes straight in the hands and pops out. Two runs taken.
  • 17.2 Slower ball around middle and leg, Bisson looks to work it down the leg side but misses to get hit on the pads. The ball goes towards short third man for a leg bye.
  • 17.1 Full outside off, drives through covers for a single by Greenwood.
  • 16.6 SIX! Top shot this one from Bisson. A handy inning this one from him. Short ball on middle, he rocks back and hammers it over the mid-wicket fence. Longest part of the ground, Bisson clears it with ease. 13 from the over, the run chase is on. 116/5
  • 16.5 Outside off, fuller, that's been the line and length. Bisson this time gets to the pitch and hammers the cover drive. Kinchit Shah from long off does well to get to the ball with a slide to save a couple of runs.
  • 16.4 Outside off on a fuller length again, driven for a couple through mid on.
  • 16.3 Full outside off again, just a single as the ball goes through mid off.
  • 16.2 Fuller outside off again, driven for a single towards cover.
  • 16.1 Full outside off, almost a yorker length. Greenwood comes across the off pole to play, the ball takes the inside edge and goes behind the keeper for a single.
  • Kyle Christie is back on. 2-0-16-0 so far.
  • 15.6 On the pads again, pulled towards deep square leg for another couple. 103/5
  • 15.5 Flighted ball on the pads, turned behind square for a couple. 100 up with that couple.
  • 15.4 Flighted outside off, lifted over the mid off region for a single this time.
  • 15.3 Slower through the air, on the pads, Greenwood looks to heave it over the leg side but is too early in his shot, misses.
  • 15.2 Fuller outside off, driven straight to covers.
  • 15.1 Flighted ball outside off, Greenwood comes down the track to loft the ball over the cover fielder, wide of long off for a couple of runs.
  • 14.6 Short ball outside off, punched off the back foot towards mid off for a single. 49 needed off the last 5 overs. 96/5
  • 14.5 Length around off, punched through cover-point for a single.
  • 14.4 FOUR! Swatted away. A shortish length ball on middle, Bisson this time hammers it towards deep mid-wicket to get an important boundary.
  • 14.3 Short ball, closer to the off pole, Greenwood cuts it towards point where the fielder misfields and allows an easy run.
  • 14.2 Short ball outside off, Bisson punches it towards mid off where the fielder does well to keep it to just a single. Didn't time it that well.
  • 14.1 Length ball on off, blocked off the back foot towards cover.
  • Haroon Arshad is into the attack now.
  • 13.6 Shortish ball around off, cut straight to the fielder. 88/5
  • 13.5 On the pads this time, Bisson taps it towards long on for a run to get off the mark.
  • 13.4 Appeal for a stumping but the back leg never went out. A flighted ball outside off, Bisson pokes at the ball but is beaten. The keeper behind the wicket grabs the ball and whips the stumps, appeals but nothing from the umpire.
  • 13.3 Quicker one on the pads, pushed towards point for a single now.
  • 13.2 Around off, turning away, driven straight to cover.
  • 13.1 Full ball on middle, driven straight back to the bowler.
  • Corey Bisson is the next man in.
  • 12.6 OUT! BOWLED! Two in two, that has gone right through! Hong Kong are right back in this now. The googly, outside off, fuller in length, Ward looks to defend but is beaten comprehensively. The ball spins in, goes through the gate and hits the stumps! 4-0-18-2 for Ehsan Khan. Top effort. 86/5
  • Benjamin Ward walks in at number 6, replacing Stevens.
  • 12.5 OUT! BOWLED! Stevens has missed a full toss. A ball which should have been deposited into the stands. But the batsman is walking off instead. Stevens comes down the track and looks to force it through the line but misses. How? Don't know. Just missed it. So two set batsmen dismissed in the span of 14 balls. 59 more needed from 43 balls.
  • 12.4 Full and outside off, driven towards mid off.
  • 12.3 Comes down the track and Ehsan fires it into the blockhole. Stevens digs it out to the bowler.
  • 12.2 Shorter in length, cut through point for a single.
  • 12.1 Full and outside off, Greenwood looks to drive but mistimes it towards mid off.
  • Ehsan Khan is back into the attack. 3-0-17-0 so far.
  • 11.6 Flighted fuller ball outside off, Greenwood drives it through mid off to keep the strike. 85/3
  • 11.5 Short outside off, punched straight to the point fielder.
  • 11.4 Around off, pushed towards point for nothing this time.
  • 11.3 Shortish length again, driven through mid on for a couple.
  • 11.2 Short ball again, pulled behind square leg for a single.
  • 11.1 DROPPED AND SIX! Welcome into the attack, Mr. Barkat. A full ball on middle, in the slot for Stevens. He goes back and hammers it towards deep mid-wicket. Simandeep Singh there tries to catch, gets to the ball but he is not sure if he can hold on. He then tries to parry the ball inside the play but fails to do so.
  • Waqas Barkat to bowl now.
  • 10.6 Landed around off, Stevens looks to drive it towards mid off but the ball takes the inner half and goes towards mid on for a single. 75/3
  • 10.5 Full ball on middle, defended with soft hands towards cover for a quick single to get off the mark.
  • Nick Greenwood is the next man in for Jersey.
  • 10.4 OUT! Bowled 'em! The skipper strikes! A good length ball around off, Jenner looks to heave but is late into the shot. He misses but the ball does not as it goes on to demolish the off pole. Can this be the opening Hong Kong were after? End of a 58-run stand. 72 more needed from 56 balls.
  • 10.3 FOUR! Cut away! Short ball, on the fifth stump line, Jenner rocks back and late cuts the ball through gully and point. The ball races to the third man fence.
  • The wicket-keeper comes upto the stumps now.
  • 10.2 Shortish length ball outside off, Jenner rocks back and pulls but finds short mid-wicket.
  • 10.1 Good length ball closer to the off pole, tapped towards point for a quick single.
  • Aizaz Khan is back into the attack. 1-0-2-0 so far.
  • 9.6 On middle and leg, again easily nudged towards mid-wicket for a single. 4-0-31-2 for Shah. 68/2
  • 9.5 Another ball on the pads, worked towards the leg side for another easy run.
  • 9.4 On middle and leg, turned towards mid-wicket for a single.
  • 9.3 FOUR! Inside out shot to perfection. Fifty run stand is up between the two. Going along nicely. Flighted ball outside off, Stevens dances down the track and lifts it sweetly over the cover region to get a boundary.
  • 9.2 On the pads, turned towards square leg for an easy run.
  • 9.1 FOUR! Chance there? A shortish length ball from Shah, Jenner rocks back and hammers this towards deep mid-wicket. The fielder there was positioned to save a couple of runs and hence he was way inside the boundary line. The ball went just over him and into the fence.
  • 8.6 Fires this one on the pads, Jenner pushes it towards mid on for a single. 56/2
  • 8.5 Around off, turned between long on and mid-wicket for a single. Could've been a couple there but the batters look tired.
  • 8.4 Fires it on the pads, Jenner looks to whip it down the leg side but can't make any connection. A leg bye taken as the ball goes towards short fine leg.
  • 8.3 Outside off, drives for a single through cover-point this time.
  • 8.2 Shortish length, pushed back to the bowler.
  • 8.1 Full and outside off, drives through covers for a couple as the cover fielder makes another misfield.
  • 7.6 The batsman has punched the ball off the back foot. 50/2
  • 7.5 Who will field the ball? Deep mid-wicket? Short fine leg? Square leg? Not sure. Jenner gets a ball on the pads, he turns it behind square and FOUR PEOPLE get across to stop the ball. None does. One of them kicks the ball with his feet and the four almost collide. The batsmen eventually get a couple.
  • 7.4 On the pads this time, nudged towards square leg for a single.
  • 7.3 Looped up ball around middle and leg, Jenner checks the drive, the ball lobs uppishly but doesn't carry to the bowler.
  • 7.2 Shortish ball around off, blocked off the back foot.
  • 7.1 Dropped! Through the hands. A flighted ball outside off, Steves comes down the track and hammers the cover drive. Aizaz Khan standing at the cover position allows the ball to burst through his hands. The long off fielder cuts the ball before it can reach to the fence.
  • 6.6 Loopy ball on middle and leg, Jenner lifts it over the bowler for a single. 45/2
  • 6.5 Fuller outside off, pushed towards mid off for a run.
  • 6.4 Fires this one on the pads of the right-hander. Jenner works it towards mid-wicket.
  • 6.3 On the pads this time, Stevens turns it behind square leg for a single.
  • 6.2 Full toss this time, pushed towards extra cover.
  • 6.1 Shortish length ball on off, pulled for a single through mid-wicket.
  • Ehsan Khan is back into the attack. 1-0-8-0 so far.
  • 5.6 On off, driven back to the bowler. 41/2
  • 5.5 Flighted ball around middle, Stevens comes down the track to work it towards the leg side. The ball takes the inner half of the bat and goes towards mid-wicket. A couple taken.
  • 5.4 On middle and leg, guided towards square leg for a single.
  • 5.3 FOUR! Back-to-back boundary for Jenner. Shortish length, Jenner rocks back on the back foot to punch it through extra cover to get a boundary.
  • 5.2 FOUR! Pummeled! A shortish ball on middle, Jenner pulls it through mid-wicket. The deep square leg fielder thought that he had a chance there but the ball was hit cleanly.
  • 5.1 HUGE APPEAL BUT NOT GIVEN! Looks like a good call that one. Pitches on off and middle, Jenner goes to reverse sweep but misses to get hit on the pads. A massive appeal but not out says that umpire.
  • Kinchit Shah gets a change of ends. 1-0-3-2 so far.
  • 4.6 On middle and leg, worked towards mid-wicket. 30/2
  • 4.5 On the pads, worked behind square leg for a single.
  • 4.4 Outside off left alone.
  • 4.3 Short ball outside off, Jenner throws his bat misses to get any bat on the ball.
  • 4.2 Full toss this time, eased for a single through mid on.
  • 4.2 WIDE! Down the leg side this time, Stevens looks to flick but misses.
  • 4.1 A short ball outside off, Jenner cuts it towards point and goes for a quick run.
  • Kyle Christie to bowl again. 1-0-12-0 so far.
  • 3.6 FOUR! A much needed boundary that one. A flighted ball outside off, Stevens lofts it over mid off to get a boundary. 26/2
  • 3.5 The batsman was beaten and missed the line of the delivery.
  • 3.4 Around off, pushed through mid on for a run.
  • 3.3 On middle, Jenner looks to pull but the ball takes inside edge and hits the pads. Could've gone on to hit the stumps.
  • 3.2 A quicker one outside off, left alone. The ball turned into the batter a bit but not enough to hit the stumps.
  • 3.1 Starts with a ball outside off, Stevens comes down the track to loft it over mid off but gets it off the outer half of the bat over cover-point. Three run taken before the fielder can get to the ball.
  • Ehsan Khan into the attack now. Surprising change this as Shah had got two in his first over.
  • 2.6 On middle, worked off the hips for a single towards mid-wicket. 18/2
  • 2.5 Length ball outside off, punched off the back foot but straight to point.
  • 2.4 Full outside off, driven straight to mid off.
  • 2.3 Landed around middle, tucked towards short mid-wicket.
  • 2.2 On the pads this time, Stevens looks to glance it fine but misses to hit on the pads. The ball rolls towards short fine leg. The wicket-keeper runs after the ball but can't stop a single.
  • 2.1 Skipper starts with a ball outside off, Stevens pushes it through point for a single.
  • Jonty Jenner is the new man in. The Hong Kong skipper, Aizaz Khan to bowl now.
  • 1.6 OUT! Timber! A wicket on the first ball of the over and a wicket on the last ball. Jersey on the mats early in the run chase. A flighted ball around middle, Carlyon comes down the track to loft it over mid on but misses it altogether. The ball goes behind and disturbs the stumps. 15/2
  • 1.5 On middle, tucked towards mid-wicket for a single.
  • 1.4 Quicker one outside off, pushed towards cover-point.
  • 1.3 Sweet timing! Outside off, Stevens punches it off the back foot through covers to get off the mark with a couple.
  • 1.2 Around off, Stevens comes forward to block.
  • Ben Stevens is in at no. 3.
  • 1.1 OUT! Caught! Straight down the throat of short third man. Kinchit strikes first ball. He bowls a ball around off, Ferraby goes to reverse sweep, does so but can only manage to lob the ball straight to Christie. Early strike for Hong Kong.
  • Kinchit Shah to bowl from the other end.
  • 0.6 On middle, Ferraby looks to loft it over the mid on fielder but mishits it to the left of the fielder. A single taken. 12/0
  • 0.5 Length outside off, pushed towards mid off for a single.
  • The physio is out in the middle to check after Carlyon. He seems to be fine though as he smiling. He is fine to resume now.
  • 0.4 FOUR! Not from the middle of the bat though. A shortish ball which is angled into the batter. Carlyon goes back to pull but the ball takes a top edge, goes on to hit the helmet and then rolls to the third man fence.
  • 0.4 WIDE! Sprays it way down the leg side. Carlyon looks to pull but misses.
  • 0.3 FOUR! Nicely done! A good length ball on middle and leg, Carlyon goes back and hammers it fine down the leg side to get a boundary.
  • 0.2 Shortish length ball angled into the batter, Carlyon looks to block it towards the leg side but the ball goes towards point because of the extra bounce.
  • 0.1 Jersey are up and running. Good length ball around off, punched towards short mid-wicket for a single.
  • Nick Ferraby and Harrison Carlyon, the Jersey openers walk out to the middle. They are followed by the Hong Kong team. Kyle Christie to start the proceedings for Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Vs Jersey Live Score (T20) Ball by Ball Commentary






Rank Team Points Rating
1 India 4659 119
2 New Zealand 2829 109
3 England 4366 104
4 South Africa 3177 102
5 Australia 3270 99
6 Sri Lanka 3795 95
Rank Team Points Rating
1 England 6745 125
2 India 7071 122
3 New Zealand 4837 112
4 Australia 5543 111
5 South Africa 5193 110
6 Pakistan 5019 98
Rank Team Points Rating
1 Pakistan 8366 270
2 Australia 6986 269
3 England 5568 265
4 South Africa 4720 262
5 India 9349 260
6 New Zealand 6056 252