Australia bowl out West Indies for 160 in second T20 match

Australia players celebrate the fall of a West Indies wicket AFP

By CricketCountry Staff

Barbados: Mar 30, 2012

West Indies were bowled out for 160 in 19.4 overs against Australia in the second T20 match at Barbados.

Openers justified captain Darren Sammy s call of batting after winning the toss with a fluent partnership of 72 runs in mere six overs at the rate of 10 runs-per over.

The opening stand came to an end after Shane Watson had Johnson Charles dismissed for 37.

Kieron Pollard, who was promoted up the order failed to fire as he fell for one run.

Dwayne Bravo and Smith tried to steady the Innings but once the latter departed, West Indies suffered a mini collapse.

Australian bowlers put on an impressive comeback as they kept on taking wicket at regular intervals.

West Indies batsman failed to put on a partnership as Clint McKay and Dan Christian troubled the home batsman.

Brett Lee took three wickets, while McKay and Watson took two wickets apiece.

Brief Scores: West Indies 160 all-out in 19.4 overs (Dwayne Smith 63, Johnson Charles 37, Dwayne Bravo 23; Brett Lee 3 for 23, Clint McKay 2 for 24) vs Australia

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