AUS vs WI 1st T20: Australia beats West Indies in David Warner’s 100th match, Abbott’s record, 1-0 lead in the series

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AUS vs WI 1st T20: Australia beats West Indies in David Warner’s 100th match, Abbott’s record, 1-0 lead in the series

New Delhi. In David Warner’s 100th T20 match, host Australia defeated West Indies by 11 runs. With this victory in Hobart, Australia went 1-0 ahead in the 3rd T20 series. Chasing the target of 214 runs, West Indies team could score 202 runs at the loss of 8 wickets in 20 overs. Warner, who scored 70 runs in 36 balls, was selected as the player of the match. The second T20 will be played in Adelaide on Sunday.

While chasing the target in this match, Johnson Charles and Brendon King gave a good start to West Indies. Both of them had scored 89 runs for the first wicket in just 8.3 overs. On this score, West Indies got its first blow in the form of Charles. He was out after scoring 42 runs in 25 balls. Only 11 more runs were added on the scoreboard when King was also out. He played an inning of 53 runs in 37 balls. King hit 7 fours and a six.

Charles-King gave a fast start to West Indies
After losing two wickets for 100 runs, West Indies’ innings faltered and their wickets kept falling at frequent intervals. Rovman Powell was out after scoring 14 runs, Shai Hope 16, Andre Russell was out after scoring 1 run. After this, the innings of Nicholas Pooran (18) also ended at the score of 149 runs.

Sean Abbott took a record 4 catches in the match
After this it was not easy for West Indies to win and it happened. Jason Holder definitely played some sharp shots in the last over. He scored unbeaten 34 runs in just 15 balls with the help of 2 sixes and three fours. But, due to lack of help from the other end, the West Indies team lost. Adam Zampa took 3 wickets. At the same time, Sean Abbott took a record 4 catches in the match.

Warner hit a stormy fifty in the 100th T20.
Earlier, Australia had scored 213 runs at the loss of 7 wickets in 20 overs, thanks to the innings of David Warner (70), Tim David (37*) and Josh Inglis (39). Andre Russell took 2 wickets and Alzarri Joseph took three wickets.


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