Even in the last over. 12 needed from 4 - he hit it wide of long on (I think to his wrong hand too). Trying to run two would have been a bit risky - but surely they get two 8 or 9 times out of 10. - Far less risky than refusing the run.
So 12 from 3. He hits it into the deep again- - almost straight to the fielder so pray for a poor throw - but just chance it FFS. Needing 10 off the last 2 would have been unlikely but keeps you just in the game. Zero chance of getting two sixes.
Hard to criticise after he had managed to put us in that position- but was he protecting his N.O. -or just miscalculating the risks? Bit annoyed.
Had to go out and foolishly didn’t tape the finish yet I really don’t think Curran would have been playing for the red ink....!
We played one season of indoor cricket and I used to go in last when you could bat by yourself, if required, which was great.
We won all six matches and I steered us home three times. Nerves of steel!