Guyana were set a target of 123 after Tanvir picked up two wickets (2-38) alongside new-ball bowler Chris Green (2-8) to peg back Trinbago. In the chase, Guyana lost their way and were down and almost out at 105-8 in the 18th over.
The equation came down to four needed from the final over but Tanvir played out three dot balls against T20 veteran Dwayne Bravo. However, off the penultimate delivery Tanvir hit a six down the ground to send the Warriors into the final.
An absolutely incredible ending, after the run out of Hetmyer the Warriors seemed destined for defeat, but a string of boundaries from Shepard and finally Tanvir have won it for them #CPL18 #GAWvTKR #BiggestPartyinSport pic.twitter.com/uCY3ZTVcaw— CPL T20 (@CPL) September 12, 2018
Tanvir has enjoyed a brilliant CPL T20 so far. In 10 matches, he has picked up 12 wickets at an economy of less than eight an over.
Tanvir’s thrilling six brought back memories of the inaugural IPL final in 2008.
There, the left-arm seamer was playing for Rajasthan Royals under Shane Warne. In the final against Chennai Super Kings, Tanvir was on strike with one run needed from the final ball for the title.
Tanvir then smashed seamer Lakshmipathy Balaji past mid-on to script one of the most memorable chapters in modern cricketing history – Rajasthan Royal’s incredible victory and the success of the IPL model.
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