On Saturday, in the second international T20 match of the five-match series at the Darren Sami Stadium in St. Lucia, Himren Heitmeier led the West Indies to a powerful shot and scored 56 victories and 20 points ahead of Australia.
Heitmeier scored 61 points on 36 goals, including four six-pointers and two four-pointers. After visiting captain Aaron Finch sent them again to hit the ball, the home team made 196 four-pointers. . He received strong support from cross-country veteran Dwayne Bravo. He contributed an unbeaten 47 points for the 103-match partnership in the fourth wicket, and Andre Russell crashed 24 in 8 deliveries. Points, which allowed the Australian to face the first game of the day before, he limited his opponents to 145 or less than 6 people.
The Australian team’s pursuit of this overwhelming goal was caught in the early stages by Matthew Wade’s defeat on the second goal they pursued. Although they came from Mitchell Marsh for the second half-century in a row, He was fired by 140.
Legspinner Hayden Walsh grabbed three wickets for the second night in a row, and the lowest-ranking visitors once again squeezed into a pile, making them a must-have before the third game on the same venue on Monday.
This is the sixth time they’ve caught up with Australia’s loss in the last 7 T20 games, and after losing their last seven wickets in just 39 games, they repeated their indiscretion and poor shooting decisions, leading to their surrender in the first game of the series.
In stark contrast to their own batting struggle in Game 1, the West Indies found their scoring rhythm early and consistently through the HetmyerBravo partnership. This is the West Indies match at T20 International. The best option for the fourth field of Australia.