West Indies’ insipid performance on their tour of India continued in the ODI Series as well. The visitors got a sound trashing by the defending World Champions who smashed the West Indian target of 212 with 88 balls to spare!
The CLT20 organizers’ decision of going ahead with today’s matches in Ahmedabad despite the bad weather forecast has backfired. Rain not only gave an abrupt finish to the crucial match between Trinidad &amp; Tobago and Titans but also threatens to wash out the next match between the Sunrisers and Brisbane Heat at this same venue.
West Indies won the Second ODI at Providence in Guyana by 37 runs to level the 5-match Series 1-1. A timid batting approach from the Pakistani top order saw the visitors to fail chasing a modest target of 233.
Sri Lanka have made it to the Finals of the Tri-Series after beating hosts West Indies by 39 runs in a rain-affected match at Port of Spain which was played for two days. Kumar Sangakkara played a great knock of 90* from 95 balls on a difficult batting track to help the Lankans post 219 for 8 in 41 overs.
West Indies ended their tour of Bangladesh with an 18-run win in the Only T20I at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mipur. The defending World T20 Champions went onto win by that margin despite the Bangladeshis losing only one wicket and getting a strong show from its top three batsmen in the run chase.