Captain Kieran Pollard and Dwayne Bravo beat West Indies by 21 runs in the fourth T20

West Indies beat South Africa by 21 runs in the fourth match of the five-match T20I series. With the win, the Caribbean tied the series 2-2. Batting first, West Indies scored 167 for 6 in 20 overs thanks to a stormy innings of 51 from 25 balls by Lendl Simmons (47) and skipper Kieran Pollard. In response, South Africa managed only 146 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in 20 overs, despite a strong innings of 60 runs by Quinton de Kock. Dwayne Bravo took four wickets while bowling spectacularly.

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Chasing 168, the Caribbean team was not off to a good start. After this, even Captain Bawuma couldn’t do much and only scored 7. Quinton de Kock certainly kept an edge, but he did not find support from the other side. After playing 60 innings, Deccan returned to the Pavilion with Bravo’s Simmons catching him. Bravo took 4 wickets for just 19 runs in his four overs and broke the South African batting order.

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After losing the toss, Lendl Simmons and Evin Lewis failed to give West Indies a good start. Louis returned to the pavilion after Enrich scored just 7 from Nortje. The explosive batsmen Chris Gayle (5) and Shimran Hettmeier (7) also had nothing special to do with the bat. However, skipper Kieran Pollard took the lead in the last over and took the news of the South African bowlers. Batting at a strike-rate of 204, Pollard scored 51 off just 25 balls and remains unbeaten. South Africa’s Shamsi took 2 wickets for 13 runs in 4 overs.

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