England Beat West Indies By 6 Runs In The England vs West Indies 4th ODI (DLS Method)
England vs West Indies 4th ODI, the England have won by 6 runs with the help of DRS. In the rain-affected match, in the England vs West Indies 4th Match, the West Indies‘ target of 357 runs, England scored 258 runs in 35.1 overs and won the match and also won the England vs West Indies five-match series 3-0. In fact, the England vs West Indies second ODI played in Nottingham was Benitaja. England’s highest run-getter, Jason Roy, has scored 84 runs.West Indies opener Evin Lewis’s brilliant innings of 176 runs was useless West Indies bowler Alzarri Joseph’s five-wicket haul also could not save his team from defeat.
England vs West Indies Match Summary
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In the England vs West Indies 4th ODI played at the Kennington Oval ground, England won the toss and decided to bowl first. The start of the West Indies team to bat first is very bad. Chris Woakes take three big wickets in the team for just 33 runs. Evin Lewis took over the innings on his own. Playing from one end, he scored a blistering century in England vs West Indies 4th ODI. His innings fell on 176 runs, when he had to retire hurt due to injury in the heel. With the help of this spectacular innings, the West Indies lost 5 wickets in 50 overs and scored 356 runs in the England vs West Indies 4th ODI. The outcome of Lewis‘ innings can be estimated from the fact that the West Indies team did not have a single six for 39 overs and then 13 sixes were hit in the next 11 overs in the England vs West Indies 4th ODI.
After the goal of 357, Captain Jason Holder would have been looking to win, but the rain returned to his intentions. Opening batsman Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow made a solid start to their team by making a century partnershipin England vs West Indies 4th ODI, on which it looked easy to chase the score like 357. England’s first wicket fell on 126, when Roy, playing on 84, became the victim of Alzarri. After this Bairstow out for run on 39 runs. Root (14) who came to bat at third place also became a victim of Joseph. After the dismissal of Captain Eoin Morgan (19), Jos Buttler handled the innings with Moin Ali. England vs West Indies 4th ODI complete. Both of them reached the score of 258 to 35.1 overs. After which the rains started which lasted till night. After waiting for a long time, the umpires declared England the winner with the help of the DRS. Although the Man of the Match was given to the Evin Lewis.
Missed The Double Century In The England vs West Indies 4th ODI
West Indies opener Evin Lewismissed the double century in the England vs West Indies 4th ODI. Evin Lewis played a magnificent 176 in the England vs West Indies match at Oval. Evin Lewis could easily have scored double hundreds, but he hit a right foot on a ball of Jake Ball. Lewis played the shot on the ball of Jake, and the ball took the inner edge of his bat and took it on his leg, after which he was puffed up with pain. Lewis was suffering so badly that he had to be taken out of the field with a stretcher.
Evin Lewis hit in 46.2 overs. It meant that when he retired hurt, West Indies 22-ball innings was left, and Lewis, who was batting in that style, could easily reach that double century.
Evin Lewis scored 176 runs in 130 balls. In which his bat hit 7 sixes and 17 Fours. At one stage, the West Indies had lost 3 wickets for only 33 runs, but Lewis lifted the West Indies off of poor conditions with his battered batting. Lewis started off slow and completed his half-century in 52 balls. After applying the half-century, he changed his gear and hit a century in 94 balls.
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After the century, Lewis became dangerous and he started to break the fastest sixes. Watching on, Lewis reached the score of 150 in 120 balls. When it seemed that Lewis would easily score a double hundred, he got hurt on his personal score of 176 and he had to retire hurt. This is the biggest score of a batsman who is retired in one-day cricket. Earlier this record was Sachin’s name, which got retired hurt for 163 runs in 2009. Let us tell you, after 10 years in England, a West Indian batsman has scored one hundred. In 2007, Shivnarine Chanderpaul played 116 against England in Edgbaston.
Highest Aggregate Of Top Two Scores In ODI Losses
324 E Lewis (176*, 148)
321 S Tendulkar (175, 146)
321 Rohit Sharma (171*, 150)
320 T Dilshan (160*, 160)
Highest Individual Scores In Losing Causes In ODIs