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Tawheed v London Tigers

Wednesday 19 June 2013, Victoria Park
London Tigers won by 6 wickets

Tawheed won the toss and chose to bat first

Tawheed: 134 for 5 in 16 overs
Rashid Khan 31
Basaat Abbas 25
Saj Rehman 17
Ibrar Ahmed 18
Shumon 4 0 22 1 Mobaser 3 0 32 1 Fateh 4 0 21 2

London Tigers: 135 for 1 in 14.1 overs
Tamim 46
Shumon 51 Not out
Bellal 20 Not Out
Mobashir 13 Not out
Saj Rehman 4 0 23 1

Tawheed’s 100% record was destroyed by a talented and Hungry London Tigers outfit.

The 'Tigers' had come into the game on the back of 2 defeats and had to get back to winning ways, and they sure did that in style today.

Tawheed entered the game with 4 first team players missing. The Lack of fire power in all departments was evident, as the Batting Collapsed from 43 for 1 in the 5th over to 80 for 5 by the 10th over.

Only the wagging tail composed of skipper Saj Rehman and debutant Bassat Abbas gave the score card some respectability as they saw the total to 134 off the allotted 16 overs.

London Tigers began their run chase in style against an untried and untested bowling attack composed of debutants Bassaat and Anwaar.

Unfortunately their lack of experience in the VPCCL was punished by Tigers batsmen Shumon and Tamim. They smashed anything short or wide of the wicket out of the park.

Tawheed had plenty of chances in the field but some sloppy fielding and three dropped catches meant the Tigers cantered to victory.

Tawheed were totally outplayed by a London Tigers outfit who took no heed to the formbook and took the honours in this relatively one-sided affair.


Submitted by Saj Rehman of Tawheed

 

 

 

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