DNP Desk : In the Super-12 round of T20 World Cup, England defeated West Indies in the match played on Saturday. Batting first in this match, West Indies team was all out for just 55 runs. Coming to bat, England achieved the target in the 9th over. England registered this match by 6 wickets. However, the England team also had to struggle to achieve this goal. Coming to bat, England’s team had lost their four wickets to score only 56 runs. Jos Buttler scored the highest 24 runs for England, in the end, captain Eoin Morgan batted brilliantly and gave England victory.
Let us tell you that in this match, England won the toss and invited West Indies to bat first. The decision of fielding was taken by the England team, which proved to be absolutely correct in this match. Let us tell you that from the second over of the match, the West Indies started getting a setback, which continued till the end.
The condition of West Indies’ batting was that Chris Gayle turned out to be the only batsman who touched the double figure. Let us tell you that Chris Gayle looked in rhythm in this match, although he too could not convert it into a long innings. Chris Gayle scored only 13 runs in his innings. Adil Rashid bowled brilliantly for England and took four wickets for just 2 runs. Moeen Ali also took two wickets, the West Indies team’s back was completely broken and in just the 15th over, the team was all out for 55 runs.
Australia lost sweat in defeating South Africa
The first match of the Super-12 round of the T20 World Cup was played between Australia and South Africa. In which Australia team has defeated South Africa. Batting first, South Africa’s team could only score 118 runs. Coming to bat, Australia’s team won the match by scoring 121 runs in 19.4 overs. Let us tell you that in this low-scoring match, Australia had to struggle a lot to win and in the last over, a 5-wicket victory was achieved.
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