BBL 2019-20, most runs, wickets after January 15: Marcus Stoinis registers 500 runs

BBL 2019-20, most runs, wickets after January 15: Marcus Stoinis registers 500 runs

Marcus Stoinis Melbourne Stars BBL

In the match between Sydney Thunder and Melbourne Renegades, Shaun Marsh continued his good show and scored 47 runs to move up one place. Beau Webster added only eight runs and made progress of one place. In reply, the Thunder failed to chase the revised target even after a half-century from Alex Ross. Their skipper Callum Ferguson scored only seven runs but successfully crossed the 300-run mark.

The next fixture saw Perth Scorchers getting bundled up for just 86 runs and Melbourne Stars winning it by eight wickets. Marcus Stoinis, during the chase, made unbeaten 39 to remain at the top with more than 500 runs to his name.

Marcus StoinisStars51786.16133.914
Shaun MarshRenegades36636.60119.202
Mitchell MarshScorchers35444.25151.902
Beau WebsterRenegades31853.00142.602
Glenn MaxwellStars31679.00170.803
Josh InglisScorchers31231.20159.203
Jonathan WellsStrikers30661.20131.903
Callum FergusonThunder30237.75135.403
Jake WeatheraldStrikers29933.22152.602
Josh PhilippeSixers27038.57128.602

Haris Rauf from Melbourne Stars added one more scalp to his name as his teammate Sandeep Lamichhane took two for seven runs to enter the top ten.

Daniel SamsThunder1716.238.030
Haris RaufStars1611.566.891
Rashid KhanStrikers1515.537.201
Tom CurranSixers1424.429.861
Jhye RichardsonScorchers1321.467.341
Fawad AhmedScorchers1222.917.050
Sean AbbottSixers1113.457.400
Sandeep LamichhaneStars1120.727.350
Josh LalorHeat1122.908.120
Chris MorrisThunder1123.548.980
Qais AhmedHurricanes1124.457.911
Chris JordanScorchers1125.369.000