ENG vs WI / For the first time in the T20 World Cup, England defeated the defending champions, won the match by 6 wickets

Zoom News : Oct 23, 2021, 10:19 PM
ENG vs WI | England defeated the current world champion West Indies by 6 wickets in a one-sided match. Playing first after losing the toss, West Indies disappointed the fans a lot and got all out on the score of 55. Not a single player could show the courage to stand on the wicket for a team adorned with veterans. Four wickets came in the account of Adil Rashid for England.

While chasing the target, England also lost four wickets at the score of 39. Jason Roy (11), Jonny Bairstow (9), Moeen Ali (3) and Liam Livingston (1) returned to the pavilion after being dismissed for the score. Akil Hossein was successful in taking two wickets for West Indies. In the team's victory, Jos Buttler scored an unbeaten 24 off 22 balls and Captain Morgan 7 not out.

T20 champions disappointed

Playing first after losing the toss, West Indies put on a very embarrassing performance and the team was all out for just 55 runs in the game of 14.2 overs. Evin Lewis (6), Lendl Simmons (3), Shimron Hetmyer (9), Andre Russell (0), Dwayne Bravo (5), Kieron Pollard (6), Nicholas Pooran (1). Ten players of the team could not even make a double digit score. Chris Gayle (13) was the top scorer. Adil Rashid took 4 wickets for England.

  • West Indies were 31/4 till the powerplay.
  • West Indies lost their five wickets at 37.
  • Andre Russell got out for a duck for the 8th time in T20Is.
  • Adil Rashid (4/2) This was the best performance for England by any player in T20 WC.
Test playing nation's lowest score

West Indies were all out on the score of 55. This was the lowest score made by any Test playing nation in the T20 World Cup. Earlier, New Zealand scored 60 runs against Sri Lanka in the 2014 T20 World Cup.