Mitchell Stark returns 5-48 when Australia beat the West Indies with 133 runs and leads 1-0 in a three-match ODI series
Mitchell Stark returns 5-48 when Australia beat the West Indies with 133 runs and leads 1-0 in a three-match ODI series.
Mitchell Stark won 48 of 5 wickets and Josh Hazelwood won 3-11, while Australia left the West Indies on Tuesday in their first 133 cricket out of 123 one-day matches.
The Inning West Indies split 27-6 in the 8th, ending up being knocked out at 27 and pursuing an adjusted total of 257 in 49 overs in the rainy season. Captain Kieron Pollard broke the record for Joseph Alzarri (17) with 7 goals in 56 and 68 games.
Longtime Australian captain Alex Kerry previously spent half a century in his fifth 104-year partnership with Ashton Turner, when the tourists set a 252-9 record in 49 overs. Carey was replaced for the first time in the 1st international match by Aaron Finch, who was sent off due to a knee injury.
Spinning Foot Hayden Walsh Jr. completed the Australians' record by scoring 5-39 in the first five wickets and nearly hitting a hat-trick. But the complete failure of the West Indies front line ahead of precision bowling from Stark and Hazlewood brought Australia a landslide victory.
“The most important thing (with a clap) is that players want to spread it out, not fight because the ball is swinging or moving,” Pollard said. “I don't like soft layoffs. We have worked hard for a long time. What upsets me the most is that we didn’t fight like that. ”
Starc shot Evin Lewis on the first pass and stunned the batter with a half volley across the stump that thwarted his bowling pursuit. Stark then stepped back and bowed to Jason Mohammed with a classic kick, sent off cartwheel.
Shimron Hetmeyer, 11, fell on Hazlewood and regained the lead with his right hand outstretched, catching the ball from one side. Nicholas Puran (0) fell in the fifth game against the Starc lbw and hit the center of the field and the line of the feet. The West Indies were 23-5 when Dwayne Bravo fell in their sixth race against Hazlewood, and Hazlewood later had three handles at three distances when he shot Jason Holder twice.
Australia kicked off a solid first half on their debut, hitting 51 RBIs with starting pitchers Josh Philippe and Ben McDermott. Carrie and Turner are carefully integrated in midfield and there is no limit between 23 runs and 30-37 positions.
With 7 of 9 Australian lure wickets, Walsh took advantage of the slow nature of the pitch. Walsh got the opportunity to score a hat-trick when he threw Stark and Matthew Wade in the second and third goals in the ninth. Both bats landed on Walsh's chest for an extra jump and caught on the top edge of his leg.
Walsh finished the first pocket with five wickets until debut player Wes Agar progressed from the final to the final. Both teams will meet again on Thursday for their second game and Saturday for their last ODI game. The West Indies beat the previous Twenty20 series 4-1.