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Bulgaria vs Romania Sofia Twenty20 Final 2021 Article

Cricket Articles - Bulgaria vs Romania Sofia Twenty20 Final 2021


Read the articles of Bulgaria vs Romania Sofia Twenty20 Final 2022 - Sofia Twenty20 four-nation Twenty20 international tournament of the Final played between Bulgaria and Romania at National Sports Academy, Sofia in 27th June 2021.

Vasu Saini's record-breaking four-for and Sami Ullah's three-for before Top-order batsmen assault helped to Romania comfortable seven-wicket victory over Bulgaria and clinch the their historic first tournament title in a one-sided game of the final of a four-nation series.

Match Stats :
  • This is the Romania's first tournament title in T20 internationals.
  • Vasu Saini's 4 for 12 was the best bowling figures for Romania in T20 international cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 4 for 22 held by Shantanu Vashisht against Greece at same venue in this tournament.
  • Romania chased 116 was their joint fourth highest successful run-chase in T20 internationals.
  • Romania's 119 was their ninth highest score in T20 international and It is their fourth highest total against Bulgaria in T20Is.
  • Bulgaria's 115 was their third lowest score against Romania in T20 internationals.


Bulgaria scored 115-9 in 20 overs with top scorer by Sulaiman Ali hit 21 off 19-balls including one-six & a four.

Kevin D'Souza hammered a 20 off 9-balls including 2-sixes & 2-fours with strike rate of 222.22 and Jacob Albin 18 not out.

Romania best bowler by Vasu Saini claimed a career-best 4-wickets for 12-runs in 4-overs, Sami Ullah picked up 3-wickets for 10-runs in 4-overs included a maiden and Taranjeet Singh took one-wicket.

Romania chased 119-3 in 10.2 overs with top scorer by Taranjeet Singh hammered a 39 off 16-balls including 6-fours & 2-sixes with strike rate of 243.75.

Gohar Manan struck 27 off 14-balls including 3-sixes & a four with strike rate of 192.85, Ramesh Satheesan blasted a 22 off 11-balls with strike-rate of 200 and Sudeep Thakur 18 not out.

Bulgaria best bowler by Rohan Bhavesh Patel, Jacob Albin and Hristo Lakov each took one-wickets.