Fans were treated to a last-over thriller in game two of the doubleheader as tail ender Kesrick Williams hit Peter Siddle for a last ball boundary to secure a win.
Batting first, Montreal’s total of 176/4 was set up on the back of 127-run fourth wicket sojourn between Trans-Tasman teammates Moises Henriques and George Worker, after their West Indian openers Dwayne Smith and Sunil Narine once again did not give them a solid start.
Toronto’s chase was immediately put in early jeopardy, as they collapsed to 27/3 in the fifth over. The first three batsmen - Johnson Charles, Pakistan’s Kamran Akmal and Australian Steve Smith - all had low production not scoring, recording 19 runs and counting three runs, respectively, before being sent back to the pavilion.
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