Credit Agricole wins as skipper Rahul gives an all-round show & Vijendra Chaurasia takes a four-fer in the Dreamz T20 Corporate Tournament

Vijendra Chaurasia (Credit Agricole Team) 4 wkts
Vijendra Chaurasia (Credit Agricole Team) 4 wkts

Right-arm medium pace bowler Vijendra Chaurasia bowled a tight spell which helped his team sail through a victory against Hindustan Unilever in the ongoing Dreamz Corporate T20 Tournament.

Winning the toss, Hindustan Unilever elected to field first & restrict the opposition to a low total. However, it was a decent batting performance by Credit Agricole players as they managed to reach 151/8 in 20 overs. Opener Prathamesh Nerkar played a fine knock of 41 at the top of the order & so did their skipper Rahul Mishra who scored a quick 37. The rest of the batsman did not manage to trouble much or else they could have reached a score bigger than 151 in 20 overs. Sujay’s bowling performance from Hindustan Unilever was also noteworthy as he bagged 4/28 in 4 overs.

Rahul Mishra (Credit Agricole Team) 37 runs in 22 balls

Rahul Mishra (Credit Agricole Team) 37 runs in 22 balls

Chasing 152, Hindustan Unilever were restricted to 148/7 in 20 overs & it was some wonderful bowling which made it possible. Medium pacer Vijender Chaurasia reminded us of Shaun Pollock the way he was bowling as he scalped important wickets at crucial moments coming up with bowling figures of 4/24 in 4 overs. Skipper Rahul Mishra also bagged 2wkts for 21 runs with his spin bowling & made it a complete all-round perfomance.

It was a match which remained exciting till the end where both the teams gave their best. Credit Agricole eventually won the match by 4runs & Vijender Chaurasia was declared ‘man of the match’ for his good bowling performance. Cricketgraph congratulates Rahul & Vijender as well as their whole team & wishes that their good form continues till the end of the tournament.

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