T20 Blast: Tom Banton played an outrageous shot during his 54-run knock against Hampshire.
The final over of the T20 Blast match between Surrey and Somerset had drama galore.
Mohammad Amir was delighted after picking his first wicket for Gloucester and he proceeded to celebrate the wicket with a dance move popularised by Allu Arjun from the 'Srivalli' song in the movie 'Pushpa: The Rise'
Peter Siddle has claimed 146 First-Class wickets from 36 matches for Nottinghamshire, Lancashire, and Essex in previous seasons
Yasir Shah picked up four wickets and Azhar Ali smashed a century as Pakistan drew their first warm-up game against Somerset
Chris Gayle, who is playing in the Twenty20 League in England, visited Old Trafford and stated his 'intention' of playing for Manchester United.
Chris Gayle will not be part of the Melbourne Renegades for the 2016/17 season and he faces possible censure from Somerset after fresh sexism controversy.
Luke Ronchi, a dynamic batsman and reliable gloveman, is a replacement at Taunton for compatriot Corey Anderson, whose tour was cut short by a back injury.
Chris Gayle will join Somerset in late May, depending on how long his involvement in the Indian Premier League lasts, and will remain with the team until June 13.
Corey Anderson will play for Somerset in the second half of this season's domestic T20 Blast competition.
The former opener, who played 102 Tests for Australia, has been a regular player for Middlesex and Somerset.
Shaun Marsh suffered a hamstring injury during Australia's three-wicket defeat to England in their fourth ODI in Cardiff on Saturday, while Alfonso Thomas wasn't released by Somerset, the county he represents.
Even though Somerset have won the match, they haven't been able to get out of the relegation zone as they are second from the bottom of the nine-team table with 120 points from 15 games with only Surrey on 103 points in last position.
Chawla, who scored a century at Lord's against Middlesex in the last first-class match, had match haul of 10 for 208 (5/111 in 26 overs & 5/97 in 29 overs) but his effort went in vain as veteran Shivnarine Chanderpaul guided Derbyshire to a two-wicket win with a patient 74 not out.
Thus far, Chawla has figures of 7/157 in the match as his impressive English County stint continues.
The left-hander scored his century with a six off 140 balls, playing for Somerset against Middlesex on Day 2 of a Division One first-class match at Lord's. Piyush Chawla then took 3/8 as Middlesex were bundled out for 106 in their first innings.
During Piyush Chawla's time at Sussex in 2009, as cover for Yasir Arafat, he scored 206 runs at 29.42 and took 36 wickets at 27.25 to top the county's bowling averages in six championship matches. He then enjoyed match figures of 11 for 170 against his current club Somerset at Hove.
Chawla is awaiting necessary visa and upon getting it, he will play for Somerset in the remainder of the season.