Australia Vs West Indies match result: Australia beat West Indies by 15 runs
A short preview of what happened
Australia walking away with a 15-run win, a tremendous recovery from the miserable position they found themselves in when they were five down with just 79 on board. They’ve recorded their 10th ODI win on the trot, while West Indies have a lot to ponder over going into the next set of games.
DKODING | Mitchell Starc | CWC19
Starc ended with outstanding figures of 5/46 and played a pivotal role in Australia’s 15-run win over Windies. Starc accounted for the wickets of Chris Gayle, Jason Holder, Andre Russell, Carlos Brathwaite and Sheldon Cottrell.
DKODING | Nathan Coulter Nile| CWC19
It was Coulter-Nile who really took the bowling on. Almost always scoring at better than a run a ball, he was the aggressor as Smith played anchor. He quickly caught up with the former captain, the pair of them bringing up half-centuries.
DKODING | Jason Holder| CWC19
Holder struggled to score runs and added runs on a slow pace which didn’t help much.
DKODING | Shai Hope| CWC19
They were up against a West Indian batting line-up that in the absence of Darren Bravo resembled a demolition derby with the prolific Shai Hope providing cruise control. And like they did with the ball up-front, it was the West Indies who held sway for a majority of their innings as Hope, Nicholas Pooran and Shimron Hetmyer kept the Aussies at bay.
West Indies – Indies are a good side, they just have to unite and perform in sync.
Australia – There is a reason they are called champions. Whenever in a defeating situation, players fire out of the blue.
To sum up in less words:
Indies hopes were crushed by Kangaroos