West Indies vs Australia, 3rd T20I: Chris Gayle hit seven sixes and four fours in his innings.
West Indies vs Australia, 3rd T20I: Chris Gayle in the third match of the T20 series played in St Lucia (Chris Gayle FiftyThe Australian team was destroyed in front of the storm. Gayle scored 67 runs in 38 balls. During this, seven sixes and four fours came out of his bat.Also Read – West Indies vs Australia: At which number Mitchell Marsh will bat, coach Justin Langer indicated
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Australia won the toss and decided to bat first. The visiting team could only manage 141 runs for the loss of six wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Chris Gayle while chasing (Chris Gayle FiftyWindies won the match five overs earlier due to the storm. Also Read – West Indies vs Australia, 1st T20I, Live Streaming: The match will not come on TV in India, will be able to watch live broadcast like this
Matthew Wade and Aaron Finch gave the Kangaroos a modest start. Together they added 41 runs for the first wicket. During this, Wade made 23 off 16 balls and Finch played a slow innings of 30 runs in 31 balls.
After this, Moises Henriques scored 33 runs in 29 balls and Ashton Turner scored 24 runs in 22 balls in the middle order. None of the Australian batsmen failed to score runs fast. This is the reason why West Indies got an easy target of 142 runs to win.
Chris Gayle, the oldest batsman of West Indies, came to chase the target.Chris Gayle Fifty) came to bat at number-3. Gayle came to play at No.-4, along with Nicholas Pooran, handled the team’s faltering innings at the very beginning. A partnership of 67 runs was formed between the two. In an attempt to hit a big shot on the last ball of the 12th over, Gayle was caught behind the wicket to Matthew Wade.
Although Gail (Chris Gayle FiftyDespite being dismissed, Nicholas Pooran ensured the victory of the Windies by playing an unbeaten innings of 32 runs off 27 balls.