It is over defending champions Trinbago Knight Riders. The Knight Riders won the toss and put the Amazon Warriors into bat. They were able to control their opponents to 142/7. While Guyana Amazon Warriors kicked off. The 2021 Hero Caribbean Premier League with a 9 runs win.
After that, the Amazon Warriors were to produce even better bowling. The performance taking wickets at regular intervals. Also, to get the campaign off to a winning start. The Amazon Warriors began their innings well. It’s with Chandrapaul Hemraj striking two sixes. But he was caught at the short third man Sunil Narine set to foot in the attack.
Amazon Guyana Warriors
The Amazon Guyana Warriors bond a surprise. It is with the hard-hitting Odean Smith. He entering at number three to maximize the PowerPlay overs.
Odean Smith justified his promotion with 24 runs from 15 balls. But once he fell the Amazon Warriors innings. They lost momentum and leaving them struggling at the halfway stage on 57/3.
Isuru Udana removed Shoaib Malik for a difficult 2 runs from 12 balls. And Akeal Hosein got rid of Mohammed Hafeez shortly. Afterward, it looked as if Guyana had given themselves too much to do.
Captain Nicholas Pooran walked in a surprising number seven. The five overs remaining and tried to up the present with Shimron Hetmyer. But Pooran fell to a stunning Darren Bravo in catching the boundary.
Vice-captain Hetmyer had fastened innings throughout the flurry of wickets. He changes the blows of the score. Also, the first 2021 Hero CPL 50 and ensure Guyana ended on an uncertain total to run after.
Odean Smith put the game in the balance. When he forced Tim Seifert into a false shot. To leave the Knight Riders on 78/5 after 12 overs. It was to go from bad to worse for the Knight Riders. It is when Romario Shepherd got Kieron Pollard to nick behind Pooran for 2 runs.