BRISTOL, ENGLAND - MAY 28: West Indies celebrate the wicket of Henry Nicholls of New Zealand during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Warm Up match between West Indies and New Zealand at Bristol County Ground on May 28, 2019 in Bristol, England. (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)
New Zealand vs Windies This is actually what we are going to witness over and over in this World Cup. Windies have enrolled a shocking success against high-flying New Zealand in Bristol and their batsmen figured out how to locate some truly necessary certainty heading into the primary competition.New Zealand vs Windies Batting first, Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis kick-began things in a manner they do ordinarily. Gayle crushed a 22-ball 36 while Lewis continued viewing the show unfurl from the opposite end. After Gayle was expelled, in strolled their best batsman lately, Shai Hope, to convey things forward from where Gayle left it. The pair included 84 runs which saw both batsmen complete their fifties. Lewis took a rearward sitting arrangement while Hope carried on his brilliant keep running with some splendid presentation of hitting. Their scoring rate was over seven and they were taking steps to get a massive score. Shai Hope, with a couple of speedy associations with Darren Bravo and Pooran, finished his hundred and got out soon. By then, they were at 267/5 out of 36 overs and in strolled Andre Russell. He sewed an extraordinary association with Jason Holder, which saw them totally murder the Kiwi bowlers. Russell indented a 25-ball 54 while Holder got this show on the road a 32-ball 47. Towards the end, even Carlos Brathwaite contributed with a 9-ball 21 to drive them past 400. The Caribbean side paraded their hitting power on the day and dashed their approach to 421 runs batting first. Expectation’s 101 was their most noteworthy individual score, yet there were a lot of odds and ends commitments which took them the whole distance. Notwithstanding all the pounding occurring, Trent Boult remained a class separated and contributed with figures of 4/50 in 9.2 overs.

Blundell fires a ton but Kiwis chase lacked venom

They never got moving appropriate from the beginning and it didn’t appear as though they were endeavoring to pursue down the 422-run target. Martin Guptill and Henry Nicholls opened the innings for New Zealand and the couple was rejected inside the initial seven overs. Ross Taylor, their star from the past match, scored only a few keeps running before falling prey to Oshane Thomas. They scored only 33 keeps running in the initial 10 overs as the required rate beginning crawling distant. However, Kane Williamson and Tom Blundell attempted to swim against the tide and worked superbly for quite a while. They included 120 keeps running for the fourth wicket with Williamson scoring a fifty and kicking it into high gear rejected for a 64-ball 85. His run out turned things around totally to support Windies regardless of Blundell proceeding with his invasion. Blundell finished a hundred, a genuinely necessary thump for the 28-year-old, which could procure him a spot in the playing XI when the fundamental competition begins. Despite the fact that there were some great power-striking from Ish Sodhi and Mitch Santner towards the end, they could get just 330 runs and surrender by an astounding 91 runs. Brief Scores: Windies 421 in 49.2 overs (Shai Hope 101, Andre Russell 54, Evin Lewis 50; Trent Boult 4/50) bt New Zealand 330 in 47.2 overs (Tom Blundell 106, Kane Williamson 85; Carlos Brathwaite 3/75). Result: Windies won by 91 runs.   Follow Ptv Sports Match Click Here Facebook


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