Latest Cricket News – World Cup 2019, Australia vs West Indies: Australia, on the eve 8th day of the World Cup (ICC World Cup 2019), the West Indies in the exciting match of the World Cup with Mitchell Starc’s stormy bowling after Nathan Coulter-Nile and Steve Smith fifties. Beaten by 15 runs to win the second consecutive win. Chasing Australia’s 289 runs, West Indies’ Stark (5 wickets for 46 runs) and Pat Cummins (two for 41 runs) could score 273 runs in nine wickets in front of the bowling. Shane Hope (68), Captain Jason Holder (51) and Nicolas Pooran (40) from the West Indies played fine shirts but could not win the team.
Earlier, Australia, with the help of Coulter-Nile (92), Smith (73) and Alex Carey (45), started the innings with a scorching start, scoring 288 in 49 overs. Cooler Nile hit eight fours and four sixes in his 60-ball knock.
Nathan Coulter-Nile scored 92 runs
Smith played an anchor and added 102 runs for the seventh wicket with Coulter Nile, with Alex Carey (45) to add 68 runs for the sixth wicket when the team was in trouble after losing five wickets for 79 runs.
This shift of cooler Nile is the best score of any batsman batting after the seventh position in the World Cup. Carlos Brathwaite was the most successful bowler for the West Indies, taking three wickets for 67 runs while Andre Russell (two for 41 runs), Sheldon Cottrell (two for 56 runs) and Oshane Thomas (two wickets for 63 runs) Achieved two wickets
West Indies debut
The beginning of the West Indies, which has come to chase the target, is also bad. Evin Lewis (01) in the second over, caught by Pat Cummins, Smith was caught by the ball. The third over of the innings remained dominant in the event. In the over over of Mitchell Starc, the field umpire dismissed opener Chris Gayle twice, but he got saved both times with the DRS.
18th world batsman to complete 1000 runs in Chris Gayle World Cup
Gayle hit three fours in the fourth over of the Pat Cummins and during this time, he completed 1,000 runs in the World Cup, becoming the world’s 18th and third West Indian batsman. Stark gave Gayle an LBW in the next over and this time DRS could not save the left-hander and the West Indies scored 31 runs for two wickets. Later, though, in Replay, showed that before the ball got out, Stark threw Noble, who could not see the umpire, and if that was the case then the ball that got out Gayle was a free hit.
Ink Hop and Nicholas Pooran (40) took charge after Pooran completed the half-century of the team’s runs in the eighth over by stoking two or two fours in Stark and Nathan Coulter-Nile . Maxwell bowled a difficult cap of full ball to leg-spinner Adam Zampa, after which the batsman hit six on Marcus Stoinis’s.
Nicholas Pooran could not take advantage of life
Although Pooran could not take much advantage of Lifetime and Finch hit his glorious catch at backward point on the Zampa ball and ended his 68-run partnership with Hope. Hope then shared a 50-run partnership with Shimron Hetmyer (21). Hope completed the half-century in 76 balls with two consecutive fours over Cooler Nile and one run.
Run out Shimron Hetmyer
Hetmyer, however, became a victim of misunderstanding with Hope and got run out. Hope also got caught by Usman Khawaja at mid-on on the Cummins ball. Hope faced 105 balls and hit seven fours. West Indies captain Jason Holder also gave LBW out of the field umpire twice at Maxwell and Zampa ball but he was able to change the decision with the help of both DRS.
The holder, along with Andre Russell, brought the team’s score over 200 runs in the 38th over. After making 15 runs, Russell played a negligent shot on Stark’s ball and caught Maxwell. West Indies needed 68 runs to win in the last 10 overs.
Half-century of Jason Holder
Holder reduced the gap between the ball and the ball with two squares on Zampa and then completed the 50th ball in the ball. Starc turned Carlos Brathwaite (16) and Holder out in the 46th over to overturn the match.
Windies need 34 runs in 3 overs
The West Indies needed 34 runs in the last three overs. Starc grabbed Cottrell (01) to get the fifth wicket. Ashley Nurse (unbeaten 19) hit four fours in the last four balls of the Nathan Coulter-Nile match but could not win the team.
Jason Holder won the toss
Earlier, West Indies captain Holder invited Australia to bat and their bowlers did not leave any doubt in proving the decision. In the third over, Australia’s captain Aaron Finch (6) was caught by wicketkeeper Hope, while in the next over, the other opener David Warner (03) also bowled Cottrell’s ball in the hands of Shimron Hetmyer at backward point.
Usman Khawaja (13) also battled. Hoped on Russell’s ball, with his superb catch, Australia scored 36 runs for three wickets. Maxwell (00) also played an irresponsible shot, while the ball of Cottrell was thrown at the hands of Hope.
Smith and Carey shuffle the innings
Marcus Stoinis looked in good rhythm but after making 19 runs in 23 balls, easy catching delivery to Pooran on Holder’s ball. Last year, after the one-year ban in ball tampering with the ball last year, Smith and Carey, playing only the second ODI, Carey carried the score of 100 runs in the 24th over with three fours on Thomas and two for Cottrell
Smith gets a good pair as Nile
Smith gave the life of Cottrell on holder for 26 runs. Although Carey was heading towards half-century, Russell caught him in the hands of Hope. Carey hit seven fours in his 55-ball knock. Smith then got a great partner in the form of Coulter-Nile. Smith completed the half-century in 77 balls with a four over Corey Bell.
Coulter-Nile reached the score of 200 in the 39th over with the first sixes of the innings on Russell. He completed his first half century in 41 balls with two fours in Brathwaite and then hit six on the next ball. Coulter Nile scored a 61-run victory over Ashley Nurse’s ball to Shimron Hetmyer. Smith, though trying to send Thomas’s ball for six runs, was caught by Coulter on the boundary.
After two consecutive sixes in the Coulter knell, Corey Knight hit two consecutive fours on Brathwaite. Although he tried to send Brathwaite ball for six runs, caught by the keeper caught by the keeper. Brett Watt ended Australia’s innings by Mitchell Starc (08) at the hands of the holder.