WI vs AUS: Dwayne Bravo, Fabian Allen team up to pull off stunner to dismiss Aaron Finch

WI vs AUS: Dwayne Bravo, Fabian Allen team up to pull off stunner to dismiss Aaron Finch
WI vs AUS: Dwayne Bravo, Fabian Allen team up to pull off stunner to dismiss Aaron Finch

WI vs AUS: West Indies continued their winning ways in their ongoing series against Australia, clinching an unassailable 3-0 lead on Tuesday. The defending T20 World Cup champions made it a hat-trick of wins with an all-around performance on the field. While Chris Gayle stole headlines, West Indies were handed the initiative after the dismissal of Aaron Finch, with Fabian Allen and Dwayne bravo combining to pull off a brilliant catch on the boundary.

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WI vs AUS: Dwayne Bravo and Fabian Allen stole the show in the first innings of their third T20I against Australia, as the duo combined on the boundary to dismiss Aaron Finch. While the Australian captain had struggled to get going, he had managed to score at a run a ball and threatened to give his side a flourish in the final overs of the game. However, in his attempt to break the shackles, Finch tried to smash Hayden Walsh Jr only for the ball to rocket skywards.

WI vs AUS: In what should have been a simple catch, Dwayne Bravo made a meal of it but had the presence of mind to keep it off the ground, rebounding it to Fabian Allen who completed the catch. Allen put in a dive to ensure that the ball did not pop out of his fingers, and it saw the back of Aaron Finch. Australia did not recover from their captain’s wicket and posted a paltry 141/6 in their 20 overs.

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WI vs AUS: In response, Chris Gayle scored his first T20I half-century since 2016 to guide West Indies to the target inside 15 overs. The veteran also became the first player to score more than 14,000 runs in T20 cricket, and eventually perished for a 38-ball 67. Stand-in captain Nicholas Pooran also got some runs under his belt, scoring an unbeaten 32 to take his team over the line and clinch the series.