AUS vs. WI: Australian bowlers’ Lanka beat Evin Lewis, poured sixes in explosive innings

The West Indies, batting first, set a huge target of 200 runs to win Australia in the last match of the five-match T20 series. For the Caribbean team, Evin Lewis, batting by storm, scored 79 off just 34 balls. Not only Lewis but Chris Gayle scored 21 runs off 7 balls while skipper Nicholas Pooran scored 31 off 18 balls. The West Indies have already won this T20 series.

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Evin Lewis hit four boundaries and 9 long sixes during his explosive innings. Lewis, who scored 70 off 79, took the news of the Australian bowlers with only four boundaries and a six. Nicholas Pooran opted to bat after winning the toss for the first time in the series. Lewis showed his attitude from the first delivery and hit Jason Behrendorf in the first over. After this, the left-handed batsman made his mark in the third over by scoring 16 including two sixes. Lewis completed his half century in 23 balls. West Indies, Chris Gayle and Puran also started off with a bang, but they failed to turn it into a big innings.

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Gayle finished his 21-run knock with fans and hit two boundaries and two sixes while batting at 300 strikeouts. Gayle returned to the pavilion by catching Behrendorf in an attempt to score a big blow against Svenson. Captain Pooran also hit some powerful shots and played a valuable innings of 31 runs with the help of one four and three sixes. However, in the last overs, Andre Russell (1) and Fabian Allen () did nothing special with the bat. Australia’s Andrew Tye picked up a maximum of 3 wickets, while Mitchell Marsh and Adam Jampa took two wickets each.

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