- Another controversy in the Big Bash League .. Andrew Tye missed the spirit of the game
- Wide throwing century to James Vince .. Severe criticism
- Sehwag is the only Sri Lankan spinner to score a century in 2010
- James Vince left the field with great impatience
Perth won the toss and elected to bat first, scoring 167 for 6. Josh English (69 not out: 5×4, 2×6 off 41 balls) scored a half-century for the team. The Sydney Sixers then went on to have openers James Vince and Josh Filippi (45:28 off 4×4, 2×6) play aggressively. The pair put on 92 runs for the first wicket in 8.5 overs, paving the way for victory. However, before the half-century, Philipp was out. James Vince, along with Daniel Huggies (21 not out: 1×4 off 21 balls), continued to push until the end.
The Sydney Sixers were 167/1 at the end of 17 overs in the chase for 168. James Vince was at the crease with 98. With that .. when Andrew Tie bowled in the 18th over .. James Vince seemed to have an idea to complete the century by hitting a boundary and also end the match. As part of that plan, Daniel dotted the last three balls of the 17th over without scoring a run. But .. In the 18th over, Andrew Tie threw the first ball towards the leg side wide. With that .. James Vince could not even touch the ball at least. In 2010, Sri Lankan off-spinner Sooraj Ranadeev threw the Nobel for a similar Virender Sehwag (99 not out) century. At that point TeamIndia was one run away from victory. With that .. Sehwag missed the century.