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  • Russell and Cottrell took 3-3 wickets for the Windies
  • Batting first, West Indies scored 199 runs for 8 wickets.
  • Kangaroo team could only score 183 runs for 9 wickets.

New Delhi
West Indies won the series 4-1 by defeating Australia (West Indies vs Australia 5th T20) in the 5th and final T20 match. For the Caribbean team, opener Evin Lewis scored a blistering half-century, while pacers Sheldon Cottrell and Andre Russell showed amazing in the bowling.

Meanwhile, West Indies player Fabian Allen is in the headlines with his superb fielding. Allen ended his innings by taking a brilliant catch of Kangaroo captain Aaron Finch near the boundary.

On the second ball of the 10th over of the Australian innings, Finch played a shot in the air against Hayden Walsh like a long on boundary. Allen was fielding on the same side. Then what was left. Fabian Allen ran towards the ball and took a fine left-handed catch in the air and forced Finch to go to the pavilion. After taking the catch, Allen was happily embraced by the fellow players. People are praising this great catch of Allen on social media.

Aussies could only score 183 runs
Chasing the target of 200 runs set by the Windies, the visiting Kangaroo team could only manage 183 runs for 9 wickets. For him, captain Aaron Finch scored the highest 34 runs while Mitchell Marsh was dismissed after scoring 30 runs.

Lewis played a blistering innings of 79 runs
Earlier, West Indies won the toss and decided to bat first. For the Windies, opener Evin Lewis scored the highest 79 runs in 34 balls. During this he hit 4 fours and 9 sixes. Lewis added 40 runs for the first wicket with Andre Fletcher. He then shared a 43-run partnership with Chris Gayle for the second wicket.