ENG vs WI: West Indies humiliating performance, all out for 49, the third lowest total in World Cup history

Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, Dubai

Published by: Swapnil Shashank
Updated Saturday, 23 October 2021 08:59 PM IST


West Indies were all out for 55 in 14.2 overs. This is the lowest score for a Test playing nation in the T20 World Cup.

England vs West Indies T20 World Cup

England vs West Indies T20 World Cup
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The Windies put on a humiliating performance in the second Super-12 match between England and the West Indies. The team was all out for 55 in 14.2 overs. This is the lowest amount for a Test playing nation in the T20 World Cup.

At the same time it was the third lowest score in the entire T20 World Cup history. Earlier in 2014, the Netherlands scored 39 against Sri Lanka. Meanwhile, in the World Cup qualifying round, the Netherlands were all out for 44 runs.

England captain Eoin Morgan, who won the toss, decided to bowl first. The team got off to a poor start and gave England their first lead in the second over by dismissing England fast bowler Chris Vokes Evin Lewis (6). In the ensuing over, Lendl Simmons (3) was dismissed and Moin Ali struck the second blow to the Caribbean side. Spinner Moen Shimran then dismissed Hetmire (9).

Chris Gayle (13) also failed to play a big innings. West Indies scored 31 for four at power play (first six overs). The fall of wickets continued even after this. Dwayne Bravo (5), Nicholas Pooran (1), Kieran Pollard (6), Andre Russell (0), Obed McCoy (0) and Ravi Rampal (3) batted poorly. Akhil Hossain was unbeaten on six.

Adil Rashid took four wickets for England. At the same time, Timal Mills and Moin Ali Chero took two wickets each. Chris Vokes, Chris Jordan took four wickets.

Speaking of the overall score in the overall T20 International, the West Indies’ 55 is the 15th lowest score. Turkey’s lowest score in T20I against the Czech Republic in 2019. 21. This is the second worst performance by a Test playing nation in the T20s. The Windies are ranked number one. He scored 45 against England in 2019 alone.



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