Spain v. Germany, 2nd and 3rd T20I


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Spain and Germany will face three games in the second and third games of the T20I series on Saturday, September 11, at the Desert Springs cricket field in Almeria, Spain.

The opening of the T20I on Friday, September 10, proved to be a one-sided thing in favor of the visiting team. Germany won with seven five-pointers with 11 extra balls. After first choosing a playing field, Germany limited their opponents to a modest 128 points.

Hamza Dar scored the best goal for Spain with 33 balls 39. He received adequate support from Jack Perman, who with two fours and as many sixes made an unbeatable 20 balls 30. Germany Ghulam Ahmadi, Dylan Blignaut and Vishnu Bharathi raised two pedestrians each.

In the chase, Germany lost its early neck Abdul Rahimzei in another over. However, Talha Khan scored an unbeatable 51 balls with 44 balls and took Germany over the goal without the need to sweat. Khan smashed six fours in his brilliant punch.

Dylan Blignaut played a handsome shot of 47 of 38 balls with three fours and as many sixes. Khan and Blignaut merged an unbeatable partnership of 101 races for the fourth gate. For Spain, Raja Adeel Iqbal was a prominent performer who lifted two trophies.


Match details

Matching: Spain v. Germany, Germany Tour of Spain 2021

Date: 11 September 2021 (Saturday)

Time: 13:30 and 17:30 (IST)


Weather forecast

There will be occasional clouds during the matches. The temperature will be around 16 degrees Celsius with humidity in the 40s and 50s.


Pitch Report

The field is expected to be sporting for cricket. Khan and Blignaut showed that big blows may not be so heavy on the surface. The second blow should be the way forward for both teams.


Scheduled play XI

Spain

Awais Ahmed, Paul Hennessy, Yasir Ali, Christian Munoz-Mills, Hamza Dar, Ravi Panchal, Atif Mehmood, Kuldeep Lal, Jack Perman, Raja Adeel, Tom Vine

Germany

Vijayshankar Chikkannaiah, Abdul Rahimzei, Talha Khan, Harmanjot Singh, Dylan Blignaut, Vishnu Bharathi, Venkatraman Ganesan, Asad Mohammad, Harish Srinivasan, Nooruddin Mujadady, Ghulam Ahmadi

Match prediction

Germany looked clinical in all aspects in the previous match. Spain was found to be in short supply, especially in their bowling department. Germany should be able to show their trump cards in the background of their great strike.


Details about TV and live broadcast

N / A

Edited by Sudeshna Banerjee


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