Jhye Richardson’s toe-crushing yorker secured Perth Scorchers a record fourth Big Bash League title. The Perth Scorchers won their fourth Big Bash League title on Friday. Defeating the defending champions Sydney Sixers at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium.
The Perth Scorchers won their fourth Big Bash League title on Friday. Defeating the defending champions Sydney Sixers at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium. During the game, pacer Jhye Richardson delivered a toe-crushing yorker to dismiss Steve O’Keefe, securing the Scorchers a record-breaking fourth BBL title. O’Keefe had no response to the delivery, and the umpire raised his finger as well. Cricket.com.au’s official Twitter handle posted a video of Richardson’s toe-crushing yorker to O’Keefe.
In the BBL Final, Jhye Richardson delivered a toe-crushing yorker to Steve O’Keefe:
Both the Scorchers and the Sixers had three BBL titles prior to the final. The Sixers, on the other hand, faced a mountain to climb after some of their first-choice players were forced to miss the final due to a COVID-19 outbreak in the camp.
After being put in to bat, the Scorchers were reeling at 25 for four after six overs.
Turned slammed 54 off 35 balls, while Evans top-scored with a 41-ball 76 as the Scorchers reached 171 for six.
In response, Also the Sixers were unable to overcome the early dismissals of their makeshift starters Hayden Kerr and Nicholas Bertus.
The Sixers continued to lose wickets at regular intervals, and no other player, with the exception of skipper Daniel Hughes, managed to score more than 20 runs.