A Super Over was required in the Big Bash League on Friday as Perth Scorchers edged out Sydney Sixers at the SCG after the scores finished level.
Adam Voges hit the Scorchers' winning runs as they needed just two to triumph after Yasir Arafat bagged the wickets of Steve Smith and Moises to set up a comfortable six-ball chase. Both team had hit 153 runs from their 20 overs.
The Scorchers won the toss in Sydney and batted first, although they made an indifferent start as veteran Brett Lee opened with a maiden while also removing Craig Simmons (0) and Mitchell Marsh (0).
Simon Katich stemmed the flow and he struck an excellent 71 from 56 deliveries to ensure the Scorchers managed to pass the 100 mark without losing another wicket.
Sam Whiteman (54) also passed his half century before he was bowled by Lee with the score on 129-3. Katich swiftly followed with Adam Voges (19) providing some late fireworks at the death as they reached 153-5.
The Sixers were chasing less than eight runs an over in response, but, like the Scorchers, they were slow out of the blocks with early wickets hindering their progress.
Steve O'Keefe (10), the dangerous Nic Maddinson (8), Henriques (0) and Marcus North (0) all came and went inside the opening four overs.
Australia Test batsman Smith was the star of the show for the Sixers with his 65 from 48 giving the home side a reasonable chance of chasing down the Scorchers' total.
Brett Lee blasted a quick-fire 13 from 9 while Chris Tremlett's two from the last delivery meant the scores were level after 20 overs apiece.
Arafat was the pick of the bowlers for the Scorchers with 4-24 from his four overs and he was also the match-winner in the Super Over with two crucial wickets.