WATCH: Andrew Tye bowls wide, to make James Vince miss century

In the second match of the BBL Playoffs between Sydney Sixers and the Perth Scorchers at Manuka Oval, Sixers won the match by 9 wickets with 18 balls and qualified for the finals of the BBL 2020 – 2021, but the Sixers won the match in the worst possible way has James Vince missed his well deserved century by just two runs.

James Vince played a wonderful knock against the Scorchers and scored 98 runs off 53 balls which included one six and 14 fours with a strike rate of 184.91, his innings helped the Sixers to chase their target of 168 with three overs left.

James Vince was on 98 when sixers needed 1 run to win the match and crowd started cheering James Vince expecting him to smash a boundary so that he can reach the century and the ball was handed over to Andrew Tye for his final over, but the unexpected happened when Tye bowled a wide ball and ended the game. Although Tye immediately apologized Vince, the English Batsman hasn’t seemed okay with his apology.

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Also to mention, before this over Daniel Hughes, who is on the other side of the crease defeated three consecutive balls after hitting a four in Jhye Richardson bowling so that his partner can make a century in the next over.

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What’s Next for Sydney Sixers:

Sixers are the table toppers of the season and after the victory with Scorchers, they’ve entered the Finals of the season and their opponent spot is yet to be decided.

What’s Next for Perth Scorchers:

Scorchers are the most successful franchise in the Big Bash League winning three titles and they’ve ended up the season in the second spot on the table in the league stage. They’ll be playing another match on February 4th to qualify for the finals.

WATCH: Andrew Tye bowls wide, to make James Vince miss century
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