Retired from all forms of cricket 3 years ago. Age passed 41. However, Abdur Razzak still became a real terror for the opponent’s batters when the ball came into hand. This former left-arm spinner of Bangladesh gave the best performance of the match in the final of Legends League Cricket Masters. In his whirlwind, Asia Lions beat the world giants by 7 wickets and became the champions. Currently, this former spinner of the national team is serving as a selector of the Bangladesh national team.
In reply to World Giants’ 147 for 4, Asia Lions reached the target of winning by 3 wickets in 16.1 overs. Asian Lions won the match by 7 wickets with 23 balls to spare.
Shane Watson’s World Giants won the toss and decided to bat first. Captain Shahid Afridi gave the ball to Razzak in the first over. Razzak spent only 3 runs in that over. In the third over, Afridi once again relied on Razzaq. Esse Morne Von Wyck and Shane Watson were brought back by Razzak. Both could not open the account of runs. World giants can only take 1 run in that over. In total, he spent only 14 runs in 4 overs.
In the end, World Giants collected 147 runs after losing 4 wickets in 20 overs. And the main contribution was Jacques Kallis, who scored 78 runs off 54 balls with 5 fours and 3 sixes. Besides, Ross Taylor scored 32 runs off 33 balls. Razzak spends 3 and a half runs per over.
Razzak was the best in the final but Upal Tharanga was the best of the tournament. He has collected the most 221 runs in 6 matches. Where this Lankan is doing 3 half-centuries.