The ninth match of 2018 Caribbean Premier League saw Darren Bravo produce a blistering 36-ball 94-run innings. The 29-year-old along with former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum powered Trinbago Knight Riders to a spectacular five-wicket win over St Lucia Stars on Thursday. Bravo hammered fours and sixes at will in a match that saw a world record of 34 sixes hit was quite a sight for cricket fans worldwide. If you missed out on watching Darren Bravo’s scintillating innings live, you could watch the CPL 2018 video highlights of Trinbago Knight Riders vs St Lucia Stars match. The win also means Trinbago Knight Riders takes second place in the CPL 2018 points table. CPL 2018 Points Table: Updated Team Standings and Match Results of Caribbean Premier League T20 2018.
McCullum and Bravo joined forces to chase a target of 212 runs set by St Lucia Stars at Gros Islet. The big boys of TKR changed gears to turn tables on their opponents in the last five overs. Needing 85 runs off 30 deliveries, the duo launched a scathing attack to leave Stars bowlers looking for covers. In the end, Knight Riders chased down the target with a ball to spare. CPL T20 2018 Schedule in IST: Check Out Complete Fixtures, Time Table and Venues of Caribbean Premier League 2018 Matches.
Watch Video Highlights of Darren Bravo's Fiery Innings Against St Lucia Stars
The destructor-in-chief was Bravo of West Indies did most of the damage with his unbeaten ninety-plus score. Trinidad and Tobago player hit as many as 10 sixes and six fours in his innings with a strike rate of 261.11. It was an unbelievable innings from Darren Bravo who reached half-century mark in 23 balls. In the next 13 balls he faced, he 44 runs off it. The much-deserving Man of the Match was supported by Baz McCullum who also knocked 68 off 42 deliveries.
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Earlier, St Lucia Stars batsmen David Warner of Australia (72 off 55 balls), Rahkeem Cornwall of West Indies (53 off 29 balls) and Kieron Pollard of West Indies (65 off 23 balls) took the side to a 210-plus total. Nevertheless, the hapless bowling unit meant Stars lost their fourth consecutive match in the ongoing edition of Caribbean Premier League. The side continues to occupy the bottom-place in the points table and team standings.