West Indies Vs England 2nd ODI: Sheldon Cottrell’s Five-Wicket Haul Proves Match Winning

West Indies Vs England


West Indies: 289/6 (50 Overs, RR: 5.78)

England: 263 all out (47.4 Overs, RR: 5.51)

Result: West Indies won by 26 runs

England endured a late batting breakdown as Sheldon Cottrell’s lady five-wicket haul in one-day cricket helped West Indies level the five-match ODI series at 1-1 in Barbados.

Having scored a total of 361 without hardly lifting a finger at a similar setting 48 hours ago, England gave off an impression of being cruising again when they sat at 228-4 in answer to the home side’s 289-6, courtesy of an absolute all-round Shimron Hetmyer’s phenomenal unbeaten hundred.

In any case, Ben Stokes’ takeoff for 79 started an emotional turnaround in procedures, with West Indies guaranteeing the last six wickets for 35 runs to bowl their adversaries out for 263.

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Recently inducted back into the team. Cottrell (5-46) benefited as much as possible from his chance, followed by a military-style salute that has turned into his trademark festivity.

The left-arm paceman struck twice at both the beginning and end of England’s fruitless run-chase, while he likewise had the English captain, Eoin Morgan gotten in the deep for 70 to end a fourth-wicket stand worth 99.

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