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"It certainly was tight," says Mitch Marsh, who is also the Man of the Match. "Certainly not the start we would have wanted. Those totals are not always easy, and they have an experienced bowling line-up. Joel has announced himself, and he has a massive future. Just had a bit of a tight hammie, fingers crossed all will be good. It has been fantastic. Although we lost those two close games, we take a lot out of them. We are a young side, a lot to take out of this tournament for us."
"We were short on the board," says Mohammad Hafeez. "We played bad shots, but I feel our spinners brought us back in. Mitchell Marsh played his shots and turned it their way. We didn't play good shots at the top, which put pressure on the boys, but Umar Akmal and Nasim had an exceptional tournament. There was dew towards the end, which made it difficult, but we had the chances and we believe Mitch Marsh made all the difference. We are proud of what we have achieved here."
What a dramatic match then. Even after underscoring, Lahore looked like they could bowl Perth out for 78 and qualify. However, that was to be a highly improbable task, taking a wicket every 7.8 runs. Lahore's spinners ran circles around Perth, reduced them to 40 for 6, but Marsh and Hogg saw not only Lahore out of the tournament, but also Perth to a consolation win
Nasim to bowl his last over