Hobart allrounder Dan Christian has belted his former Brisbane teammates out of the Gabba - and probably the Big Bash League - on Tuesday.
Christian smashed an unbeaten 56 off just 24 balls - including a massive 117m six which landed on the Gabba roof - to lift the Hurricanes to 4-194 in their 20 overs.
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The Thunder surged to the top of the Big Bash standings with their third consecutive win.
Heat skipper Chris Lynn smashed 101 off just 51 balls in reply to give the hosts hope of a first victory in this summer's tournament.
But Lynn's dismissal with 16 balls remaining silenced the massive crowd of 29,876 as the winless Heat collapsed to finish 9-176.
Leg-spinner Cameron Boyce, a teammate of Lynn in Queensland's state team, was the man who picked up the vital breakthrough on his way to impressive figures of 2-22 off four overs.
The loss means the Heat must win all four of their remaining matches to even have an outside chance of reaching the semi-finals.
Earlier, Christian's free-wheeling knock came after West Indies leg-spinner Samuel Badree fired for the first time this summer for the Heat.
Badree removed Hurricanes openers Ben Dunk (27) and Tim Paine (25) as the visitors battled to 4-129 off 15 overs.
Christian, who played a leading role in the field during the Hurricanes' win over the Heat in Hobart last week, teed off in the 19th over.
The 32-year-old smashed three sixes of Luke Feldman's (1-53) final over, including a giant hit to cow corner which not only cleared the fence but also the stands.