To get ready for the start of the new Big Bash League season, which has already started, article will look back at six of the franchise’s most memorable moments from the previous seasons. According to bbl news, following are some the most memorable moment of BBL history.
- Silk’s Big Night Out:
During the BBL-04 season, when Sydney’s Jordan Silk batted against the Thunder, he gave the Thunder bad dreams. Jordan Silk from Sydney made these dreams come true.
The Sixers needed to score 56 runs in the last three overs and 23 runs in the last over to win the game at the Sydney Cricket Ground against their cross-town rivals in front of a record crowd of 36,487 people.
He faced Josh Lalor, who had great numbers of 4-8 from three overs, and on the second and third balls of the over, he hit two big sixes over mid-wicket. Josh Lalor was in front of him. This created the way for Steve O’Keefe to knock two fours off the last two balls (including a match-winning boundary off the penultimate ball when the Sixers needed four runs to win), which allowed the Sixers to pull off one of the biggest triumphs in the history of the Sixers club.
- Silk Breaks The Internet:
Ricky Ponting has called Jordan Silk the finest fielder in Australia, and he did not disappoint the Sixers fans as he took a superman dive to his left in order to make a beautiful catch and remove Craig Kieswetter during the BBL|03 matches.
In the 2004 season of the Big Bash League, Green of the Thunder was dismissed after striking a ball off Sean Abbott high towards the leg side. Silk was not content with just one excellent fielding performance, so he made the play that pulled Green out of the game. Green successfully completed the delivery of Abbott. Silk made the game-winning grab by diving the whole length of the field and picking up the ball just a few inches above the ground after racing in from a distance while eluding teammate Steve O’Keefe. This play allowed Silk and his team to win the game. Because of this move, his team was able to triumph over their rivals and take home the trophy.
- Starc Breaks The Stump Cam:
Mitchell Starc’s fast Yorker was what took out Jacques Kallis’ middle stump and stump cam.
Starc bowled a deceptive in-swinger at approximately 145 kph during the BBL|04 Sydney Smash. In addition to tricking Kallis and removing his middle stump, it also took the stump cam out of the ground and shattered it across the wicket. Over 145 km/h was the average speed at which Starc was bowling.
- Sixers Won The First BBL Title:
The Sixers’ win in the 2012 BBL|01 was a turning point because it happened during the first season of Australia’s new Twenty20 league, which was made up of teams from cities. This is because it happened at that time of year.
The Sixers qualified for the playoffs by placing third in the preliminary round with a record of five wins and two losses. This result allowed them to secure a position in the postseason. Because of this, they were able to go to the subsequent round. The championship was taken home by the Sixers after their victory against the Perth Scorchers at the WACA. The victory of the Sixers may be attributed in large part to Moises Henriques. He amassed 70 runs while facing just 41 balls. The Sixers were victorious by a score of seven wickets after they were able to score 158 runs with just seven balls remaining in the game.
- Sixers Win The T20 Champions League:
The Sixers were awarded a berth in the T20 Champions League in South Africa because of how well they performed in the BBL|01 campaign. This was a prize for the Sixers’ strong performance. By advancing effortlessly through the group stage, the Sixers demonstrated that they had no problem performing on the world’s most prominent stage. Even though they were up against some of the top Twenty20 teams in the world, they were still able to win all four of their matches with very little difficulty.
The final wasn’t as spectacular as some people may have anticipated it would be as the Sixers knocked out the Highveld Lions for only 121 runs and then triumphed handily in the 13th over. However, in the semifinals, they prevailed against a South African side known as the Titans by virtue of Pat Cummins catching a single run off the last ball.
When Michael Lumb scored 82 runs without going out on only 42 balls, the spectators in the stadium scrambled for shelter. This Twenty20 inning is easily one of the finest in the whole history of the game.
- Brett Lee’s Final Over In Magenta:
Brett Lee had been a member of the Sixers from the team’s inception, and as a result, he had emerged as a fan favorite in a hurry. The most recent battle that Brett Lee competed in while wearing magenta was, as was customary for him, full of guts and effort.
During the 2004 Big Bash League championship game, Lee was the pitcher who delivered the last over. He was a member of the Perth Scorchers and was bowling for them at the time. The match was held at Manuka Oval, which is located in Canberra, Australia. In order for the Scorchers to come out on top, they needed to score eight runs.
When giving up seven runs in his first three innings, Brett wasn’t quite over yet, but the Sixers’ prospects of winning were very well gone after he made those pitches. Then, with the first ball of the first ball of the first ball of the following two balls, he bowled Nathan Coulter-Nile and Sam Whiteman. The fact that he was able to do this demonstrated his ability and competence.
Brett Lee’s incredible effort (3-25 in four overs) will be regarded as a highlight of the Sixers’ history for a very long time, despite the fact that Perth scored on the very last delivery of the game.
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