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Watch: Tim David hits monstrous 110m six vs West Indies in the 2nd T20I

Powered by David Warner's 75 off 41 deliveries and Tim David's 43 off 20 balls, Australia defeated West Indies by 31 runs to win the series 2-0.

Kartik Mehindru Written By: Kartik Mehindru @mehindrukartik New Delhi Updated on: October 08, 2022 0:05 IST
Tim David smashed 43 off 20 balls vs West Indies.
Image Source : GETTY Tim David smashed 43 off 20 balls vs West Indies.

Tim David smashed a monstrous 110m six vs West Indies en route to his 43 off just 20 deliveries that helped Australia win the 2nd and the final T20I by 31 runs, thereby winning the series 2-0. 

Tim David came in at the 12.3 over mark and went on with the business with no delay whatsoever. In an innings that lasted 20 balls, David smashed four boundaries and three sixes to power the Kangaroos to a daunting total of 178/7 at the end of 20 overs. 

Other than this, Opener David Warner blazed 75 from 41 balls to set up Australia's 31-run win over the West Indies on Friday and complete a 2-0 series sweep in a warmup for this month's Twenty20 Cricket World Cup.

The defending T20 World Cup champion Australians won the series-opening game on the Gold Coast by three wickets with one ball to spare on Wednesday and followed up with a lop-sided victory at the Gabba.

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Warner's 23rd T20 international half-century and Tim David's 42 from 20 deliveries propelled Australia to a total of 178-7 after being sent in to bat.

Alzarri Joseph led the West Indies attack with 3-21 off four overs, including the wickets of Cameron Green (1), Steve Smith (17) and Matt Wade (16).

For Australia, left-arm paceman Mitchell Starc snared four wickets, including one in the first over, to restrict the West Indies to 147-8 in reply.

Johnson Charles (29), Brandon King (23) and Akeal Hosein (25) made starts but were unable to build momentum as the Australian bowling attack took regular wickets on a bouncy pitch in Brisbane.

“The difference in the game was Davy and Tim with the bat," Australia captain Aaron Finch said.

“Their two innings were unbelievable in the context of the game. Australia will play England in three T20s, starting in Perth on Sunday, before opening the T20 World Cup on Oct 22 against New Zealand.

The West Indies will play two warmup games in Melbourne next week before beginning the preliminary round of the T20 World Cup on Oct.
17 against Scotland.

(Inputs PTI)


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