Chandigarh Lions vs Hyderabad Heroes


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ICC Champions Trophy 2017

India vs Pakistan FINAL

Sunday 18 June 17 @ The Oval
Match scheduled to begin at 10:30 local time (09:30 GMT)


Chandigarh Lions vs Hyderabad Heroes - Indian Cricket League

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Chandigarh Lions vs Hyderabad Heroes News

CL vs HH, ICL, Match 7 : Imran Farhat shines in Lions' victory

Former Pakistan opener Imran Farhat struck a brilliant unbeaten 74 to help Chandigarh Lions register six wicket victory over Hyderabad Heroes in the seventh match of the Indian Cricket League (ICL) Twenty20 tournament in Panchkula on Wednesday night.
Riding on Farhat's fiery knock the hosts overhauled the target of 135 runs with 22 balls to spare. Anirudh Singh top scored with 39 runs for Hyderabad Heroes' after skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq chose to bat first. Inzamam failed to reach the double digit mark as he could contribute only eight runs in his team's total of 134.
Andrew Hall took three wickets while Dinesh Mongia took two scalps for the Lions. Farhat also became the highest run getter of the tournament and belted the Lions attack, hitting sixes at will. Farhat, who was declared player-of-the-match, struck five sixes and hit seven boundaries in his 48 ball knock.
Chandigarh Lions skipper Chris Cairns also failed with the bat, scoring only eight runs.

Chandigarh Lions vs Hyderabad Heroes

Scores

Hyderabad Heroes: 134 for 7 in 20 overs
( Anirudh Singh 39, A Rayadu 22, Andrew Hall 3 for 17, Dinesh Mongia 2 for 21), Chandigarh Lions : 137 for 4 in 16.2 overs
(Imaran Farhat 74, T P Singh 19, Chris Harris 1 for 5)

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.