Jason Holder and Nicholas Pooran achieved half a century of success in the second one-day international match rescheduled on Saturday with a partnership of 93 for the sixth three-door match, leading the West Indies to victory over Australia in four games. . The current score of the three series is 1-1.
In a game where both teams lost their top singles, Holder and Plan improved the home team from 72-5 in the 15th inning to 165-5 in the 36th inning, catching up with Australia’s 187.
When the West Indies were only 23 points away from victory, Holder was out of the game with 52 points, while Poole continued to remain unbeaten and led the team to victory with a 72-goal advantage. Alzarri Joseph (Alzarri Joseph) reached the boundary in the winning game, 5 points are not out.
As Australia’s defensive errors helped the West Indies achieve an important victory, Moises Henriques eliminated Pooran with 26 points and Matthew Wade led with 49 points. Australia won the first game of the series by 133 points, and the third game will be played on Monday.
“For me, it’s just building a partnership, fighting Jason (Hold) and finding a way,” Plan said. “We know it’s a little tricky at night in Kensington (Oval). You can’t really control the ball correctly, so you just have to find a way, fight, fight.”
In deep trouble
Australia was also in deep trouble, and then the low position revived its illness.
Australia scored 45 points on 6 shots, which is the lowest ODI total: 70 points against England in 1977 and 70 points against New Zealand in 1986.
Wade and Stark scored 51 points, leading the Australian team to surpass this score, and then surpassed 91 points, which was the lowest score against the West Indies before.
When Stark was out, the Australian team led 7 to 96. Wade continued to add 32 points to the eighth wicket with Adam Zampa, then dropped by 36 points, and Zampa also scored in 59 games against Wes Agar. Scored 36 points. Agar only played his second ODI and was the last 41-year-old.
The West Indies may regret the decision to let Agar replace Josh Hazlewood, who has slightly strained his calf muscles. Australia could have been forced to play against the team it named for the game, which technically started 48 hours ago.
When the officials learned about a non-competition member of the West Indies team, they had already tossed and the game was about to start Tested positive for COVID-19.
Players, support staff, match officials, and broadcast team members returned to the hotel and were isolated in the room, while everyone was retested. All these tests are negative, so the game can be rescheduled for Saturday.
“These were two challenging days. We worked very quickly and safely in accordance with all established medical procedures to ensure that all necessary precautions were taken to ensure that we can continue to resume the game safely,” Cricket West Indies President Ricky Skerritt said.
With the third ODI now set for Monday, Cricket West Indies is negotiating to reschedule the five Twenty20 series with Pakistan, which is scheduled to start on Tuesday.
Australia captain Alex Carey won the game on Saturday and chose to hit the ball for the second time in the series.
Ben McDermott was out in the fourth game, and when Josh Philippe followed in the seventh game, Australia made 2 of 23 from the field. When Jason Holder dismissed Mitchell Marsh with 8, it was 26 3-pointers.
The slow left-arm player Akeal Hossain used a sharp turn to get the next three wickets, because when Kyrie was out, the Australian team dropped 41 points from 41 shots to 5 points from 41 shots, and then 6 points from 45 shots. Hussein’s first two shooting percentages were 3 and 5 points.
Australia has made similar early progress in the West Indies. Starc trapped Evin Lewis lbw and then defeated Darren Bravo with a quick internal wave. His defender was uprooted by his defender, uprooting the stump.
Zampa removed Jason Mohammed (11) and Kieron Pollard (2). Ashton Turner defeated Shai Hope (38) with his second ball in an ODI cricket match, giving the West Indies a 72 score of 5.