Glenn Maxwell struck a superb fifty as Australia registered a convincing nine-wicket victory over West Indies in the first One-Day International at perth on Friday.
West Indies registered their third-ever lowest total in ODI history, whereas this is their lowest-ever against the Australians.
Darren Sammy’s decision to bat first after winning the toss backfired as none of the Caribbean batsmen could manage to stay long at the crease.
Mitchell Starc was the chief tormentor of the West Indian side, taking five wickets for 20 runs from his 6.5 overs.
Australia seamers Clint McKay and James Faulker impressed with the ball as well, taking 3-10 and 2-14 respectively, to rattle the West Indies.