Bangalore: Dwayne Bravo claimed four wickets as Trinidad and Tobago thrashed Somerset Sabres by 44 runs in the Champions League Twenty20 in Bangalore.
Opting to bat first, Carribean side scored 150 for nine in their stipulated 20 overs. Captain Daren Ganga scored a rapid 23 and Denesh Ramdin made 39 from as many balls in Trinidad's innings.
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Chasing the modest target, English country side were bundled out for just 106. Zander de Bruyn top-scored for the Somerset with an unbeaten 43.
Somerset need to win their final match against Deccan Chargers in-order to advance to Super Eight stage.
Sabres skipper Justin Langer admitted afterwards: "We have made it hard for ourselves now.
"We are very disappointed but Trinidad and Tobago played brilliantly - in all aspects of the game they beat us.
"It was quite fearless cricket - great Caribbean cricket - and it came off well."