Feb 23, 2014
West Indies lost three wickets in a span of seven balls as Australian pacers ripped through the top-order in their Under-19 World Cup quarterfinal match at Dubai. Guy Walker picked two wickets in two balls while Billy Stanlake struck in his second over.
West Indies skipper Ramaal Lewis elected to bat after winning the toss. Tagenarine Chanderpaul and Shimron Hetmyer were cautious early on. Stanlake got the first breakthrough with a brilliant yorker which uprooted Hetmyer’s middle stump. In the next over, Walker better Stanlake’s effort getting two wickets in as many balls. He first forced Chanderpaul to edge one to skipper Alex Gregory in the slips for four and the followed it up with a brilliant incoming delivery with the new batsman Jonathan Drakes trying to leave it. He was struck plumb in front and was out leg-before.
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