Kangaroo team flew under the storm of Hayley Matthews, many big T20I records broken, West Indies created history

New Delhi, Sports Desk, AUS-W vs WI-W 2nd T20I: A lot of runs were scored in the second T-20 International match played between West Indies and Australia women’s team. Caribbean team captain Hayley Mathews created such havoc with the bat that the record books of T-20 cricket were destroyed. West Indies successfully achieved the biggest chase of women’s T20 International cricket.

Caribbean captain wreaked havoc

In the second T20 match, Australia batted first and scored 212 runs losing 6 wickets on the score board. On behalf of the team, Alyssa Perry played a stormy inning of 70 runs in just 46 balls. At the same time, Phoebe Litchfield played a quick inning of 52 runs in just 19 balls. The Caribbean team, which came to chase the target of 213 runs, lost its first wicket at the score of just 11 runs. However, after this Captain Haley Matthews Took charge and thrashed the Kangaroo bowlers.

Batting in a stormy style, Mathews played a brilliant inning of 132 runs in just 64 balls. During his innings, the Caribbean captain hit a lot of fours and sixes while playing at a strike rate of 206. Mathews hit 20 fours and 5 sixes. That means the West Indies opening batsman scored 110 runs only with fours and sixes.

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The biggest chase in women’s cricket

On the strength of captain Haley Mathews’ century innings west indies Australia achieved the target of 213 runs with one ball remaining. West Indies have created history by successfully achieving this biggest chase of women’s T20 International cricket. Apart from Mathews, Stephanie Taylor played a strong inning of 59 runs. After the historic victory, the Caribbean team celebrated fiercely on the middle ground.

Posted By Shubham Mishra

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