Robbie Frylinck, the South African pacer, who picked two for 19, smashed an unbeaten 25 off 10 balls. @ AFP/Getty Images

Robbie Frylinck’s two wickets and more importantly his 10-ball 25 helped Chittagong Vikings to a three-wicket win over Dhaka Dynamites in a Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) match on Monday.

Batting first, the Dynamites struggled to get going. Opener Rony Talukdar and Darwish Rasooli were out for ducks. Captain Shakib Al Hasan top scored with 34, while Shuvagata Hom (29) and Nurul Hasan (27) ensured the home side to a decent 139/9 after 20 overs. For the Vikings, Cameron Delport was the pick of the bowlers with three for 25, while Frylinck, the South African pacer, who has played three T20Is, picked two for 19. (ALSO READ: Laurie Evans’ unbeaten century leads Rajshahi Kings to 38-run win over Comilla Victorians)

In reply, the Vikings struggled with Shakib picking up four wickets to finish an exceptional bowling spell. His figures read 4/16. However, the senior Bangladesh allrounder efforts went in vain as Delport (30) and Mosaddek Hossain (33) set the perfect platform for Frylinck (25* in 10 balls) to unleash at the end. He smashed three sixes including one off the penultimate ball of the match to wrap up a tense victory.

Brief scores: Chittagong Vikings 145/7 (Mosaddek Hossain 33, Cameron Delport 30; Shakib Al Hasan 4/16) beat Dhaka Dynamites 139/9 (Shakib 34; Delport 3/25, Robbie Frylinck 2/19) by three wickets