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BBL 2021: The stars argued after a “terrible blow” while Khan threw him goodbye to the strikers

BBL 2021: The stars argued after a "terrible blow" while Khan threw him goodbye to the strikers
BBL 2021: The stars argued after a "terrible blow" while Khan threw him goodbye to the strikers

The Melbourne star 7-121 from 18 overs following Adelaide Strikers’ draws with Sam Rainbird (0) and Nick Madinson (27). Andre Fletcher became the first person to star Ryan Gibson to be caught by Wes Agar for 12 after breaking two sixs. BBL 2021: The stars argued after a “terrible blow” while Khan threw him goodbye to the strikers.

Nick Larkin helped reinforce the ship with stoinists before Rashid Khan played his final game, before national commitments turned things around.

Hahn led Larkin through the gates before Glenn Maxwell caught Danny Briggs as the first duck to hattrick.

Stoinis crashed four four and three six in 31-Ball 47 before being caught by Wes Agar’s Jake Wetterald after being brought down by Jono Wells.

Things got worse for the stars when Hilton Cartwright was arrested for two by Alex Carey by Harry Conway.

Mark Wah blew up the star for a “terrible whip” after Seb Gotch executed a full throw at Worhans Khan to be sacked for 11th and score 6-111 with two more overs.

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Adam Zampa then went bowling with Worrell 1 to earn a rose star.

Adelaide XI Forwards: Matthew Renshaw, Phil Salt, Alex Carey (c / wk), Jonathan Wells, Jake Weatherald, Ryan Gibson, Rashid Khan, Daniel Worrall, Danny Briggs, Wes Agar, Harry Conway

X-factor submarines: Harry Nielsen, Cam Valente

Melbourne XI stars: Marcus Stoynis, Andre Fletcher, Nick Larkin, Glenn Maxwell (c), Nick Madinson, Hilton Cartwright, Seb Goch (sunday), Adam Zampa, Sam Rainbird, Liam Hatcher, Harris Rauf

X-factor submarines: Ben Dunk, Zahir Khan. Reuters 

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