Qais Ahmad was the star of the show with four wickets for Hobart Hurricanes. In his four overs, Kais Ahmed not only scored four wickets for Sydney but gave up only 12 runs at the economy rate of three.
Wicket celebrations feel like the day is getting intense and the spinners leading this revolution are none other than the spinners. Although Tajiraz Shamsi recently made headlines with a magic trick after taking wickets in the Mzansi Super League, African spinner Qais Ahmad is eyeing his acrobatic celebration.
In the tenth over, Qais Ahmad struck the English batsman with a great leg spinner, Tom Curran bamboozling. The Afghan spinner then proceeded to Somersault, but the landing did not take off, a small giggle but he was anxious to bribe in the air, but his celebration did not diminish.
In the end, Qais Ahmad proved to be a great bowling difference as the Sydney Sixers lost the Hurricanes 25-2 to 104 in 18.5 overs.
But Hobart decided not to bat in the Hurricanes toss and the result was not fruitful as they were limited to 129/9 in 20 overs. D Archy Short was the only player to make a meaningful contribution to the bats, scoring 51 balls off the top of the order.