Skipper Shoaib Malik led an incredible fightback as Guyana Amazon Warriors recovered from 8-4 to keep their perfect record intact with a 77-run success over Jamaica Tallawahs.
Warriors looked down and out as they lost four wickets in four balls - Oshane Thomas and Derval Green causing mayhem at the top of the order - before Malik (73no off 45 balls) and Sherfane Rutherford (45) led the fightback with a stand of 82.
Their stand helped rally Jamaica to 156-6 off 20 overs and their resurgence continued as spinner Chris Green bowled opener Chris Gayle with the very first ball of the chase.
It didn't get much better for the Tallawahs as wickets fell around Glenn Phillips (21) and Liton Das (21) - Imran Tahir collecting 3-12 - and when Dwayne Smith was caught and bowled for just two by Qais Ahmed, the innings was creaking at 67-5.
The final five wickets fell for just 12 more runs as Tallawahs collapsed to 79 all out, with Shoaib fittingly taking the final wicket.
Live coverage of the Caribbean Premier League continues on Sky Sports Cricket at 12.30am on Saturday when Guyana host Trinbago.