First, Wells Fargo posted a mammoth total of 234/6 in their 20 overs. Opener Mohammed Nazir set the tone with a 41-ball 84 that included 9 fours and as many as 6 sixes. Sagar then carried forward the carnage in the middle overs. He raced his way to 62 off just 19 balls. His ruthless hitting comprised of 6 fours and as many sixes at a whopping strike-rate of 326.32. Furthermore, Shahbaz gave the flourish at the end with another quick-fire knock. He smashed an unbeaten 17 ball 34 that had 5 fours and a six. It was a display of absolute brutal hitting by the Wells Fargo batsmen.
The target proved to be too much to get for RMZ Group. They required a flying start to stand a chance to even get close to the target. However, their openers Balu(13) and Rajesh(4) failed to provide the start they were seeking. The pressure of a massive run-chase got the better of the RMZ Group batsmen as none of them could stand for long at the crease. Skipper Suhas(31) was the lone batsmen to show some resistance. Eventually, they folded up on 104, nowhere even close to the target.
Shahbaz and Mohammed Nazir were exceptional with ball as well. Shahbaz picked up three wickets for just 19 runs while Mohammed Nazir got two wickets against his name. Their all-round show set up a massive 130-run win for Wells Fargo in the end. It turned out to be a completely one-sided affair as they dominated with both bat and ball.
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