West Indies vs Scotland Qualifier Of ICC T20 World Cup 2022: Wickets of West Indies
There was a big upset in the T20 World Cup for the second consecutive day. West Indies, who have won this tournament twice, lost the first match of the qualifying round. Scotland defeated him. Scotland had given a target of 161 and the West Indies were all out for 118 runs. His seven batters could not even touch the tens figure.
Scotland’s slow left-arm bowler Mark Watt took 3 wickets. George Munsi played the biggest innings for the team. He scored 66 runs. There was a turnaround on the first day of the tournament as well, when Namibia defeated Sri Lanka in a qualifying match.
In this way, the whole West Indies team got scattered…
Chasing a target of 161 runs, West Indies’ Ewing Lewis and Brandon Kings shared a 33-run partnership. This was the biggest innings of the team’s batting. After that, the autumn season started…
1st Wicket: For 20, Kyle Meyers: Opener Kyle Meyers (20) was dismissed by medium pacer Josh Davey. He gave Scotland the first breakthrough.
Second wicket: 53 runs, Evin Lewis: He returned to the pavilion after scoring 14 runs. Brad Wheel is caught at deep square leg by Jones.
Third wicket: 58 runs, Brandon King: He was clean bowled by Watt. King scored 17 runs off 15 balls.
Fourth wicket: 62 runs, Nicholas Pooran: Pooran was clean bowled by Liesk on a personal score of 4 runs. Here the score became 62/4.
Fifth wicket: 69 runs, Roman Powell: Powell (5) was caught by Liesch with McLeod.
Sixth Wicket: For 77, Shamrah Brooks: Brooks (4) was caught by Brad Wheel at the hands of Liesk.
Seventh wicket: for 79 runs, Aqeel Hussain: Hussain was out after scoring one run. He was run out by Cross and Liest.
Ninth Wicket: 102 for Odin Smith: On a personal score of 5, Smith tried to play a big shot on Watt’s ball, but was caught by Gravis at long-on.
Tenth wicket: 118 runs, Jason Holder: Holder (38) stood till the last, but could not win the team. Obed McCoy returned unbeaten with a personal score of 2 runs.