West Indies have destroyed Aaron Finch led Australia in the first 3 games of the 5 match T20I series. They have wrapped up the series in the first 3 games without sacrificing on the experimentation part as well which has put them in a very good space at the moment. They have given the game time to their bench along with their veterans who are getting back to form just at the right time.
They are an acrobatic fielding side and they hardly drop any catches that come their way. The veteran in Dwayne Bravo and Fabian Allen joined hands to dismiss Aaron Finch with a fantastic fielding effort when the Australian skipper was batting on 30.
Australia opted to bat first after being 2-Nil down in the series. They needed to win this game to stay alive in this series but an out of form captain at the top of the order isn’t going to take them anywhere. They badly need someone who can inspire them and lead from the front and not Aaron Finch who has clearly lost his touch.
West Indies were disciplined with the ball for one more time as they didn’t allow Australians to score runs freely which tied the visitors big time and they were forced to manufacture shots that weren’t there. Australian captain mistimed a shot off Hayden Walsh Jr and Dwayne Bravo had set himself under the ball only to spill it which was taken on the rebound by Fabian Allen to send Aaron Finch back to dressing room.
West Indies, chasing a modest target of 142 lost their opener Andre Fletcher in the very first of the game but Chris Gayle played a blinder to make the lives of West Indies rather easier. He scored 67 off 38 balls including 7 maximums and 4 boundaries to set up an easy victory for West Indies.