In the BBL Final, the assistant coach got a place in the playing XI, then became ‘Dhoni’, did a great job behind the wicket
Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Sixers, Final: Jay Lenton, assistant coach of Sydney Sixers, got a chance to play in the final, won the heart with a superb stumping.
Amazing stumping by the assistant coach in the BBL final (Photo-Sydney Sixers Twitter)
Big Bash League (BBL 2021-22) Sydney Sixers in the final of (Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Sixers, Final) The playing XI once again became the subject of headlines. Sydney named assistant coach Jay Lanton in his playing XI. (Jay Lenton) who played as a wicketkeeper. Let us tell you that Jay Lanton has got a chance to play in the playing XI instead of Josh Philippi, who has become corona. Although Lanton also played in the Challenger match, but in the final, the assistant coach of Sydney Sixers did wonders. Lanton showed such amazing behind the wicket in the title match that people remembered Dhoni. Lanton stumped Perth Scorchers batsman Josh Inglis off Steve O’Keefe. Lanton carried out the stumping so fast that the fans became his fans.
This stumping of Lanton was very special for Sydney Sixers and their all-rounder Shaun Abbott. Actually, Shaun Abbott dropped a simple catch of Josh Inglis on Hayden Kar’s ball. Leaving this catch could have proved to be heavy for the Sixers, but O’Keefe’s excellent ball and then Lanton’s lightning-fast stumping completed England’s work. Inglis was dismissed for 13 runs in 13 balls.
The assistant coach with some incredibly sharp work behind the stumps!! #BBL11 pic.twitter.com/9nTqlH3j17
â€” KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) January 28, 2022
Perth Scorchers under pressure
The top order of the Perth Scorchers, who topped the league round, was shattered in the final match. Perth’s top 4 batsmen were dealt in the powerplay itself. In the second over, Jackson Bird gave a big blow to Perth by dismissing Curtis Patterson. After this, Josh English was dealt by O’Keefe. Perth Scorchers got two biggest blows in the sixth over. Mitchell Marsh, who was running in top form, caught Dan Christian off Nathan Lyon and then on the last ball of the same over he also tackled Colin Munro. Perth Scorchers lost 4 wickets for just 25 runs in 6 overs.
Perth Scorchers Playing XI- Josh Inglis, Curtis Patterson, Mitchell Marsh, Colin Munro, Ashton Turner, Laurie Evans, Ashton Agar, Jay Richardson, Andrew Tye, Aaron Hardy, Jason Behrendorff.
Sydney Sixers Playing XIâ€“ Hayden Karr, Nicolas Burtas, Daniel Hughes, Moses Henriques, Dan Christian, Shawn Abbott, Ben Dwarshius, Jay Lanton, Jackson Bird, Nathan Lyon, Steve O’Keefe, and Justin Avandano.
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