AUS vs WI: Andre Russell’s bat caught by Mitchell Starc’s fast forward, saving 11 runs in the last over – Watch Video

Australia defeated the West Indies by 4 runs in the fourth match of the five-match T20I series. Michelle Stark, who has so far come out of her line and length in the series, only proved why she is considered one of the world’s most dangerous fast bowlers. In the fourth T20, Stark gave up just 6 runs against a stormy batsman like Andre Russell and won the Caribbean by a hand. Aside from Stark, Mitchell Marsh contributed to both the Kangaroo team, both bat and ball. Fans have praised Stark on social media after watching this over.

West Indies needed 11 runs to win the last over and Andre Russell was at the end of the batting. Aaron Finch relied on Mitchell Starc to make the last over bowl. Seeing Stark’s form and Russell’s impeccable style, everyone hoped the match would go to the Caribbean, but the Australian fast bowler decided to bowl the last over after deciding something else. Stark threw the first four balls of the last over. Russell hit the balls hard but couldn’t get a boundary. The Caribbean batsman played the fifth ball of the over and flew to complete just two runs. In the final delivery of the match, Russell managed to hit the first boundary of the over, but by that time Stark had put the match on Australia’s lap. Lendl Simmus played 72 stormy innings for the West Indies.

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Australia had not had a good start before and wicketkeeper batsman Matthew Wade was dismissed after scoring just 5 runs. After that, skipper Aaron Finch (53) and Mitchell Marsh (114) were all out for a second wicket. Finch hit Hayden Walsh for 54 off 37 balls. On the next delivery, Walsh sent Alex Carey to the pavilion. Marsh continued to hit big shots from one end. However, he did not get the support of other batsmen from the other end. In the last over, Daniel Christian scored 22 off 14 balls to give Australia a massive total of 189 runs. Marsh played a fantastic innings, scoring 75 off 44 balls.

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