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Australia Vs West indies David Warner’s Quick Fifty

Australia Vs West indies David Warner’s Quick Fifty

Australia Has Taken a One-Point:

Australia has taken a one-point advantage on the third and final match of the T20 series with Australia’s West Indies after a batting masterclass by David Warner and a clutch performance by Adam Zampa guided the hosts to a win of 11 runs in Hobart.

United Arab Emirates fastest Fifty 70 (36):

Warner who had returned from his time with his team Dubai Capitals in the United Arab Emirates Warner, who was a part of the Dubai Capitals in the United Arab Emirates fast 70 (36) in which he jumped the rope’s boundary 13 times in the high scoring competition in the Bellerive Oval.

Huge-Hitting By Tim David:

Veteran opener Tim David, in his 100th T20I and a 50th century in only 22 delivery prior to the huge-hitting Tim David capped off the Australian innings by scoring an never-beaten 37 (17).

Aiming for a 214-run the win on Friday night it was the West Indies crawled towards 8-202 following Zampa’s 326-run performance in a game-changing sequence.

West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder:

West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder created a stir in the Australian camp after hammering unbeaten 34 (15) during a sluggish performance, but Australia won despite unorthodox death bowling.

Prior to that, Warner and fellow opener Josh Inglis got Australia’s innings in full swing following West Indies captain Rovman Powell took the toss, and decided to bat first.

Powerplay For a Record-Breaking:

The pair, who not played together prior to T20Is they swept 77 overs in the Powerplay for a record-breaking Australian record for home games and before Holder ended the partnership of 93 runs after the eighth over. Inglis hit a ball slower in the mid-off direction for 39.

The visitors put themselves at risk by fielding poorly, losing three opportunities and giving to the opposition runs through fumbles that were sloppy. Warner was removed on 32 by West Indies wicketkeeper Nicholas Pooran at 32. He was then dropped in the 13th over fast Alzarri Joseph, who swung an off-spinner behind.

Australian captain Mitchell Marsh:

Warner’s departure caused a quick slump of 4-30 during the course of which Australian captain Mitchell Marsh and all-rounder Marcus Stoinis shot sixes at the arena before falling in a cheap.

Andre Russell Took Two Wickets:

But David along with wicket-keeper Matthew Wade provide some late sparks, and they put together an unbeaten 50 runs for the sixth wicket that helped help steer the Australians past 200. West Indies veteran Andre Russell took two wickets in the closing over. This included the retirement of Matthew Wade for 21runs after Australia scored 7-213, which is the second-highest T20I score in the stadium.

West Indies Openers Brandon King:

West Indies openers Brandon King and Johnson Charles feasted on Australia’s inexperienced bowlers during the Powerplay in a eight-wicket partnership, until Zampa ended the partnership in the ninth over. Charles selecting Warner in the boundary rope to score 42. King reached his half-century within 36 balls, but fell victim to Stoinis in the next one by holing it out to Sean Abbott at deep mid-wicket to make 53.

West Indies Skipper Threw is Wicket:

The game was at a crossroads following Powell scored a couple of massive sixes. However, it was the West Indies skipper threw his wicket by slicing an off-spinner from the part-time team Glenn Maxwell directly towards deep points.

Zampa Bowled Russell At 1 Before The Batting:

Wickets were scattered during the middle of the overs Zampa was the one to do most of the damage. He bowled Russell at 1 before the batting sent Pooran into the sheds with a score of the 18th wicket. In the end, West Indies never recovered, being unable to reach the goal despite Holder’s hilarious appearance in the final over.

Marsh who was positive for Covid-19 earlier in the morning, remained a away from his teammates during the contest, while Abbott made the Australian record of four catch on the outside.

The 2nd T20 match between Australia with the West Indies gets underway at Adelaide Oval on Sunday evening.


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