70/6 (10)
76/4 (7.1)
DG won by 6 wickets
Player of the match: Wanindu Hasaranga
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Wahab Riaz, captain of Deccan Gladiators: I think once again the bowlers have bowled really well. They know what their roles are and that helps in their performance. (On areas of improvement) Of course, there is always scope for improvement in this game and we also have to look to improve even today as we lost 4 wickets in trying to get 70 runs as we should have got that earlier. We have to improve on these areas. We will work on these areas and come up better in the next game.
Wanindu Hasaranga is the Player of the Match

Wanindu Hasaranga:
Thank you! I always try to go for wickets which is why I think I'm successful and that puts the pressure on the batsman when I go for wickets. (On Mushtaq Ahmed's help) Yeah, he is helping me a lot and him being a leg spinner helps a lot so I would like to thank him for his guidance
This was just about time as Wiese finishes off with a big six over deep mid-wicket and quite an emphatic win for the Deccan Gladiators. The tournament for the Warriors has just gone from bad to worse as they register another defeat.

After bowlers did their job magnificently, it was up to Deccan Galdiators' batsmen to get the job done for the team

The start was not ideal for the Deccan Gladiators as they lost a wicket in each over till about 4 overs. The Warriors really fancied their chances till about 5 overs until David Wiese joined the party with his huge sixes which he struck thrice scoring 27 off 9 deliveries. And with this Gladiators register their 3rd win in the Abu Dhabi T10 league.

The opening combination of Toms- Tom Banton and Tom Kohler-Cadmore departed soon after facing few deliveries. But it was the third Tom (Moores) that created the difference. He scored 4 boundaries and was unbeaten on 21 as he need not do much once David Wiese came to the crease.

But the moment of the match was when Samit Patel dropped Tom Moores off his own bowling in his second over, he didn't do much damage after that as havoc was wreaked by Wiese

Deccan Gladiators beat Northern Warriors by 6 wickets with 17 balls to spare
7.1 Kennar Lewis to David Wiese, SIX! WIESE FINISHES IT OFF IN STYLE! Back of a length delivery angling into Wiese, sitting up nicely for him and he's given it the treatment. Sits back and smokes it over deep mid-wicket for a biggie to wrap things up. The wait for a win continues for the Warriors. Gladiators won by 6 wickets (with 17 balls remaining).
Kennar Lewis will bowl the next over
Well just a solitary run required now
Well just a solitary run required now
70 /4 score
cricket bat icon Tom Moores
21 (17)
cricket bat icon David Wiese *
21 (8)
cricket ball icon Rayad Emrit
0 /13
6.6 Rayad Emrit to David Wiese, keeps it full and outside off-stump, Wiese works it towards deep mid-wicket, just a single this time
6.5 Rayad Emrit to David Wiese, full delivery angling into Wiese, flicks it towards deep backward square but Mithun does brilliantly to save a certain boundary. 2 needed now..
Deccan Gladiators need 4 runs in 20 remaining balls
6.5 Rayad Emrit to David Wiese, FIVE WIDES! Full and down the leg side, slower ball gone wrong and the keeper makes a bit of a meal of it as well. Gladiators just one hit away now.
6.4 Rayad Emrit to Tom Moores, another yorker angling into Moores this time, clipped neatly towards deep mid-wicket for a single 
6.3 Rayad Emrit to Tom Moores, executes the full and wide yorker to perfection this time, nothing Moores can do about that one
Deccan Gladiators need 10 runs in 22 remaining balls
6.2 Rayad Emrit to Tom Moores, FOUR! Good length delivery outside off-stump, Moores stands tall to slap this through the line to beat long-off and find the ropes
6.1 Rayad Emrit to Tom Moores, full and wide slower delivery outside off, Moores looks to flat-bat this one but he's beaten by the lack of pace, no run