Glenn Phillips tore apart London Spirits with his rambunctious 80 built with the help of seven sixes and five boundaries. His no-holds-barred onslaught made the mountain of a target that was 163 seem like a molehill. Phillips was rightly adjudged the player of the match as Welsh Fire sent their fans home in a cheerful mood by averting the wooden spoon.
On the other hand, London Spirit pack their bags with a ghoulish record ending the inaugural Hundred campaign with a solitary win, decaying at the rock bottom of the table.
🤯 MASSIVE! 🤯— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) August 18, 2021
Yet another six for Phillips – he's up to SEVEN now! 💥
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