World T20 2016 Gayle-Storm and Other Highlights From The Match

The present second conflict of the World T20, was an exceptional one at Wankhede Stadium as West Indies were seen playing with 7 players over the age of 30, though conversely, England didn’t have a solitary player during the 30s. Riding on the Gayle-storm West Indies directed England by 6 wickets on Tuesday.

Keeping up with the triumphant energy against England in World T20 history, West Indies enrolled their fourth consecutive win over the English. (4-0). Here are some defining moments from the match through which match moved starting with one side then onto the next.

Energetic beginning by youthful England

Posting 81 runs in the main portion of their innings, England showed up on top as Joe Root (29) and Alex Hales (27) fortified the English. Despite the fact that Andre Russell terminated to excuse Jason Roy (15), English batsmen thoroughly searched in no pressure and traveled with a decent beat in initial ten overs.

Ascent of Root

As the main innings finished up, Joe Root came up as a star as he scored 48 runs off 36 balls. Taking the group off their feet, the Yorkshire-conceived batsman hit 2 sixes and 3 fours. It was Andre Russell who excused Root in the fifteenth over, in any case it appeared to be difficult to end England’s movement.

A temperamental beginning for West Indies

West Indies confronted an early blow in the main over itself as the Caribbean opener Johnson Charles succumbed to a duck. David Willey struck for England and gave the Windies what they never needed in a pursuit of serious 183 runs.

Samuels brings Steadiness

Destroying opener Chris Gayle scarcely had the strike during the powerplay however Marlon Samuels (37) did his portion of the scoring. Pivoting the strike quickly, Samuels was seen managing limits as well (8 fours) and took the Windies to 50 runs in 5.2 overs.

Gayle goes colossal

Turning the match for West Indies, Chris Gayle struck an unbeaten thump of 100 runs. Gayle detonated again to stamp his presence in T20 cricket. With a staggering strike pace of 208.33, the Jamaican batsman finished his second T20I century off 48 balls. This was the eighth time when Gayle struck a T20 ton inside 50 balls or less.