Birmingham Phoenix triggered a full-blown collapse of Northern Superchargers as eight wickets were eked out for a paltry 43 runs. Despite leaking 88 off the first 50 balls, the Phoenix attack pulled things back spectacularly to restrict their opponents down to a below-par score. Liam Livingstone then went berserk at Leeds, clobbering ten sixes en route his exhilarating 92 off 40 balls to help his franchise book a seat in the grand finale of the inaugural edition of The Hundred.
The #BirminghamPhoenix bowling unit sent back 8️⃣ #NorthernSuperchargers batters at the expense of just 4️⃣3️⃣ runs! 🔥— FanCode (@FanCode) August 18, 2021
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