short and follows the moving batsman, backs away and jabs through the covers to seal victory for the Sixers
10.05pm That is that. The Sixers have gunned down 173 with a 167-run stand between Phillipe and Vince - the best for the second wicket in the BBL. They have toppled the table-topping Hobart Hurricanes. That's all we have for you from this game. Goodbye and good night for now.
really full on leg stump, backs away and squeezes through the covers
overpitched and outside off, drilled to sweeper
slower cutter outside off, breaks past the outside edge. Legcutter
bouncer outside off, hooked over midwicket
Abhishek J: "Vince and Phillippe pulling off a 'Short and Wade' performance on the Hurricanes!"
Whoa, Phillipe jumps across off and scoops a 142kph Archer ball over the keeper's head for four
short and outside off, slashed to the covers
back-of-the-hand slower ball outside off, pinged over extra-cover
shorter and outside off, heaved away to deep midwicket
back of a length on middle and leg, shovelled away with the bottom hand through square leg
overpitched and outside off, drilled down to long-off
full-toss outside off, driven to the covers
on a length and outside off, driven down to long-off
short and outside off, this is right out of the Australian Open. Forehanded, tennis-style swing, down to long-on
on a length and outside off, pumped over mid-off for four
Travis: "@Nick I don't mind them using third umpire for that if the batsman didn't ground their bat properly. I just don't understand the logic of not using DRS to not slow down the game, when obvious 3rd umpire decisions do just that"
slower bouncer outside off, too high and called a wide
slower ball outside off, dupes the swinging batsman and rolls through to the keeper
wide yorker, sneaks under the bat
short and wide outside off, chopped away to deep point
Nick Calder: "That umpiring review for a run out was embarrassing. The umpire is a metre away from the stumps, the batsman is almost past the stumps when the bails come off and he can't trust his own judgement. If they can't pick something that easy, how can they be trusted for close LBW calls?" -- Archer is back