The Melbourne Stars won by 7 wickets, with the second innings shortened to 7 overs , BBL 13.

What an enthralling encounter we witnessed at Bellerive Oval in Hobart between the Hobart Hurricanes and the Melbourne Stars! Melbourne Stars emerged victorious, chasing down a revised target of 67 in just 6.3 overs, thanks to the DLS method after rain interruptions.where hobart hurricanes batted first and got out for 155/10 and surrendered to stars and in return due to rain match overs reduced to 7 overs and melbourne stars chased down the with 3 balls spared .

Let’s delve into the action-packed innings.

melbourne stars won by 7 wickets
melbourne stars won by 7 wickets , image – getty image .

Hobart Hurricanes Innings: 155 all out (19.4 overs)

Hobart’s innings had its moments, with Caleb Jewell leading the charge with a brisk 45, displaying a commendable strike rate of 121.62. Macalister Wright’s explosive 33 off 19 balls and Nikhil Chaudhary’s quickfire 32 off 16 further bolstered the total. However, the Stars’ bowlers, led by Glenn Maxwell’s impressive performance (3 wickets for 29 runs), managed to keep the Hurricanes in check.

haris rauf
haris rauf , image – getty image.

Haris Rauf also played a crucial role, claiming three wickets for 24 runs in his spell. The Hurricanes, despite some notable contributions, couldn’t quite capitalize on their starts, ultimately folding for 155 in 19.4 overs.

check here – Hobart Hurricanes Crushed Under Melbourne Stars Strong Bowling Performances , BBL 13 .

Melbourne Stars Innings: 67-3 (6.3 overs)

In response, the Stars faced a revised target due to rain interruptions, needing 67 runs in 7 overs. Sam Harper’s early departure for a golden duck provided a glimmer of hope for the Hurricanes, but Glenn Maxwell showcased his prowess with an unbeaten 35 off 18 balls, guiding the Stars to victory.

Riley Meredith
Riley Meredith , image – getty image.

Riley Meredith and Nathan Ellis made some inroads into the Stars’ batting order, but Thomas Rogers’ quick 21 off 14 balls ensured there were no late hiccups for the Stars.

In the end, Melbourne Stars clinched the win by 7 wickets, showcasing a blend of resilient bowling and aggressive batting. The rain might have played spoilsport, but it added a twist to the narrative, making this encounter a memorable one in the Big Bash League 2023-24.

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