West Indies vs Australia Match Report | West Indies beat Australia by 56 runs in the Second T20I WI vs AUS 2nd T20I: West Indies again demolished Australia, got another big win in the second T20
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- West Indies team also won the second T20
- Windies beat Aussies by 56 runs
- West Indies won the first T20 match by 18 runs
West Indies, who won the first T20 by 18 runs, have also won the second T20. West Indies beat Australia by 56 runs in the second match. With this, the Windies have taken a 2-0 lead in the five-match series. Batting first after losing the toss, West Indies scored 196 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. In reply, the Kangaroo team was bundled out for 140 runs in 19.2 overs.
Mitchell Marsh, who scored 51 runs in the previous match, once again scored a half-century for Australia (54). He was the highest run-scorer for the team. Apart from him, none of the players could cross the 20 mark. Hayden Walsh took 3 and Sheldon Cottrell took 2 wickets for West Indies. Fidel Edwards, Andre Russell, Chris Gayle and Dwayne Bravo took a wicket each. An Australian batsman returned to the pavilion after being run out.
Australia’s disappointing start
Chasing the target, Australia made a disappointing start. Opener Matthew Wade could not even open his account and Aaron Finch lost the wicket after scoring just 6 runs. Marsh then shared a 39 for the third wicket with Josh Philippe (13) and 43 runs for the fourth wicket with Moises Henriques (19). But after Marsh’s dismissal in the 14th over, the team stumbled and then was reduced to adding 39. Marsh scored 54 runs in 42 balls with the help of 5 fours and 1 six.
Shimron Tamayor played a brilliant innings
Earlier, West Indies had a poor start. However, thanks to Shimron Hetmyer’s fifty, the Windies team managed to recover. Playing at number four, he played a brilliant innings of 61 runs in 36 balls. He hit 2 fours and 4 sixes in the innings before being run out. Also, Hetmyer made a vital partnership of 103 runs with Dwayne Bravo for the fourth wicket, which enabled the team to put up a strong score. Bravo scored an unbeaten 47 off 34 balls with 1 four and 3 sixes.
Andre Russell’s bat spoke once again
Dhaakad all-rounder Andre Russell is one of the players who play fireworks. He proved it once again. Russell, who scored a half-century in the first T20, played a stormy 24 not out in just 8 balls in the second match. He hit 2 fours and 2 brilliant sixes. In the end, he gave a lot of praise to the Australian bowlers. Bravo and Russell shared an unbeaten 34-run partnership for the fifth wicket. Josh Hazlewood, Ashton Agar and Mitchell Marsh took one wicket each for Australia.
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