Sydney Thunder recorded their third straight win at BBL 2020-21 when they beat Melbourne Renegades at the Manuka Oval Thunder had an opening score of 70 in just six overs which helped them get strong on 209/8 Oliver Davies smashed a 23-ball 48 that contained five sixes in a row and missed fifty when attempting the sixth straight maximum.Later, Melbourne Renegades rolled for just 80, losing their last seven wickets for just 27 runs, to the Tanveer Sangha ended up analyzing 32-0-14-4 to give Thunder a 129-run win

129 – The 129-run win for the Sydney Thunder is now the second biggest win in terms of runs in the BBL The biggest win is 145 runs for the Sydney Sixers against the Melbourne Renegades earlier this season

Overall, this was the 4th Instance of a team that won in the BBL by a margin of 100 runs all these four only come against the Renegades The biggest win for Thunder in the BBL so far was with 71 runs against Adelaide Strikers in the 2018-19 season

129 – Sydney Thunder’s 129 run win is also the second biggest in terms of runs for any team in Twenty20 format, although no individual gets fifty.The biggest such win was from Pakistan with 143 runs (203/5) against West Indies (60/10) in the Karachi T20I 2018

209/8 – Sydney Thunders total of 209/8 is now the highest in BBL history without a person of fifty.The previous high was 191/6 by Brisbane Heat against Perth Scorchers in the 2017-18 season Sydney Thunder is also the highest T20 total with no person beating fifty on Australian soil the 203/8 of Victoria versus Western Australia in the 2008 T20 bash

209/8 – The 209/8 total is now the highest in the BBL for Sydney Thunder, beating 208/1 against Brisbane Heat in the 2014-15 season, which is also the second highest BBL total of any team against Melbourne Renegades

3 – Only the third time in the BBL that the Sydney Thunder has defeated the Melbourne Renegades in 12 meetings. Thunder defeated Renegades by 9 wickets in the 2013/14 season and by 6 wickets in the 2019-20 edition

80 – Melbourne Renegades ’80/10 total is now the third lowest total in BBL history.This is also the second lowest total in the BBL for a team against Sydney Thunder after the Sydney Sixers’ 76/10 that season 2019-20 Renegades is now the first team in the BBL with up to three runs of 80 runs and fewer, outperforming Perth Scorchers (2), Brisbane Heat (2) and Sydney Sixers (2)

8 – Up to 8 players in Sydney Thunders XI have caught in the Melbourne Renegades innings Alex Hales and Ben Cutting called for two catches each when all ten Renegades gates fell over “caught”

This is the first instance in the BBL where up to eight players on a team have scored at least one catch in the same game. No team in T20 cricket history has had more than eight players claiming a catch during an inning

10 – All ten Melbourne Renegades batters that are “caught” are the third such instance in the Big Bash League The other two cases are from the Melbourne Renegades in 2012-13 against Perth Scorchers and from the Adelaide Strikers against the Sydney Sixers

in 2014-15

3 – Oliver Davies was only the third player to crush five sixes in a row in a BBL match.He is also only 7th Player who hits up to four sixes in one over in the BBL Chris Lynn in 2015-16 against Melbourne Stars and Tom Banton against Sydney Thunder in 2019-20 hit six of five consecutive balls with which they hit at Brisbane Heat faced

4/14 – Tanveer Sangha’s numbers of 4/14 are now the best bowling figures in the BBL for Sydney Thunder Fawad Ahmed also won 4/14 for Thunder in the 2016/17 season against Sydney Sixers. Tanveer is now also the first player , who wins a 4-wicket move in the BBL against the Melbourne Renegades

BBL 2020, Oliver Davies

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