England vs West Indies T20 World Cup Score, Updates

Jose Butler was England’s top scorer with 24 off 22 balls

Dubai: England beat West Indies by six wickets in the second Super 12 match of the T20 World Cup today. Batting first, England chased down the West Indies’ target of 56 by four wickets in 8.2 overs.

Jose Butler was England’s top scorer with 24 off 22 balls. Opener Jason Roy was unbeaten on 11 off 10 balls, Bearsouto on nine off six balls, Moin Ali on three and Livingston on one while skipper Owen Morgan was unbeaten on seven.

For the West Indies, Akal Hossain took two wickets and Ravi Rampol one.

Earlier, the West Indies were bowled out for 55 in 14.2 overs after losing the toss. The West Indies have fallen to the second-lowest team score in international T20 matches and the lowest score in the T20 World Cup.

Chris Gayle was the only West Indies batsman to score two runs. He scored 13 runs off 13 balls. No one else was able to cross the two. The collapse of the West Indies began in the powerplay over itself. The Windies were 31-4 at the end of six overs.

Everyone who came in later was seen turning to the dugout in successive overs. Lendl Simmons (3), Evin Lewis (6), Shimron Hetmeyer (9), Dwayne Bravo (5), Nicholas Puran (1), Kieron Pollard (6) and Andre Russell (0) all came into the tent as they came.

For England, Adil Rashid took four wickets for just two runs in 2.2 overs. Timel Mills and Moin Ali took two wickets each while Chris Jordan and Chris Vokes took two wickets each.

England (playing XI): Jos Butler, Jason Roy, David Malan, Owen Morgan, Johnny Bairstow, Liam Livingston, Moin Ali, Chris Vokes, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Timel Mills

West Indies (playing XI): Evin Lewis, Lendl Simmons, Chris Gayle, Shimron Hetmeyer, Nicholas Pooran, Kieron Pollard, Andre Russell, Dwayne Bravo, Akal Hossain, Obed McCoy, Ravi Rampol

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