South Africa’s ongoing premier T20 competition SA 20 has captured the attention of the entire cricketing fraternity with its breathtaking cricketing action. Match number 7 was no different as MI Cape Town and Joburg Super Kings went head-to-head against each other. Amid the exciting action, a no-look six from Dewald Brevis caught the attention of the fans.
The incident took place on the first ball of the 8th over bowled by Aaron Phangiso during MI’s chase. Phangiso bowled a full delivery on the off stump as Brevis gave it a mighty blow to launch over long-on and way back into the stands. What left the commentators stunned was the fact that Brevis didn’t even look in the direction he played his shot.
Watch the video here:
No look six by Dewald Brevis, He is a freak. pic.twitter.com/q7ZWcAWRW6
— Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) January 14, 2023
Coming back to the match, Cape Town captain Rashid Khan won the toss and elected to bowl first. Super Kings’ openers Janneman Malan and Reeza Hendricks walked out to give a blazing start to their team. However, their opening stand could only add 25 runs in 3.4 overs as Hendricks was cleaned up by Kagiso Rabada.
Brevis helped his side chase the target in 16.2 overs
Malan also returned to the pavilion after his struggling knock of 16 from 21 balls that was ended by George Linde. Super Kings’ batters failed to get their innings going as they faltered against the formidable bowling attack of MI. Only Leus du Plooy could cross the 20-run mark as Super Kings could only manage to score 105/9 in their allotted 20 overs.
George Linde, Sam Curran, Odean Smith and Kagiso Rabada all picked up two wickets each. In reply to Super King’s total, Cape Town got off to a terrific start as openers Dewald Brevis and Ryan Rickelton added 65 runs for the first wicket in 8.4 overs.
Brevis went on to score 42 off 34 balls with the help of two fours and three sixes. MI chased down the target in 16.2 overs and won the match by seven wickets. Kagiso Rabada was awarded ‘Player of the Match’ for his figures of 2/12 in 4 overs.