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The Rose Bowl, Southampton,England

ENG
V/s
WI

England won the toss,elected to field

5th ODI

ENG

294/1

38 Over

WI

288/6

50 Over

ENG won by 9 wickets

End of over 38

Total run in over 13

0   4   1   1   1   6   

37.6

M Samuels to Joe Root, 6 run, SIX! Thumping way to win the game! Clean as a whistle! This has been a complete domination from the Englishmen. Fullish delivery outside off, Root leans ahead and lifts it down the ground for a maximum. ENGLAND WIN BY 9 WICKETS WITH 72 BALLS TO SPARE. The English camp is delighted! Customary handshakes all around.

37.5

M Samuels to J Bairstow, 1 run, Fullish delivery, knocked to long on for a run.

37.4

M Samuels to Joe Root, 1 run, Similar length outside off, slapped to sweeper cover for a single.

37.3

M Samuels to J Bairstow, 1 run, Shorter in length on middle, punched through mid on for a run.

37.2

M Samuels to J Bairstow, 4 run, FOUR! Sublime! Floated outside off, Bairstow extends his arms and strokes it through extra cover for a boundary. England just a hit away from a win.

37.1

M Samuels to J Bairstow, 0 run, Played with the spin to mid-wicket.


End of over 37

Total run in over 12

1   4   2   4   0   1   

36.6

A Nurse to J Bairstow, 1 run, On the boots, helped around the corner for a run.

36.5

A Nurse to J Bairstow, 0 run, Played to mid-wicket region by the batsman.

36.4

A Nurse to J Bairstow, 4 run, FOUR! Bairstow has looked flawless today! Tossed up outside off, Bairstow creams it through extra cover to pick up another boundary. This is the highest individual score for an Englishman against the West Indies in ODIs.

36.3

A Nurse to J Bairstow, 2 run, On the pads, nudged through backward square leg for a brace.

36.2

A Nurse to J Bairstow, 4 run, FOUR! Slapped! Fullish on off, Bairstow smashes it past mid off for a boundary.

36.1

A Nurse to Joe Root, 1 run, Fullish on off, Root reverse sweeps it to short third man for a run.


End of over 36

Total run in over 14

0   1   4   2   4   1   1   1   

35.6

M Cummins to Joe Root, 1 run, Short again, pulled to fine leg for a run.

35.5

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 1 run, A short delivery which has been pulled away. One run added to the total.

35.5

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 1 run, Short delivery outside off, left alone. Wide signaled for height.

35.4

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 4 run, FOUR! Crunched! Length delivery outside off, Bairstow punches it on the up through covers for a blistering boundary.

35.3

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 2 run, Straying on the hips, helped to fine leg for a brace.

35.2

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 4 run, FOUR! Fullish and shaping in. Bairstow whips it through mid-wicket. Ambris in the deep runs to his left, looks very clumsy and ends up making a mess of it with a slide. Looks like while he tried to keep the ball back in play, his leg came in contact with the ropes. The replays confirm so. That must have hurt.

35.2

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 1 run, Wide! Cummins slips this one down the leg side. Jonny looks to clip it away but misses. The 100-run stand comes up between the two. It has brought them to the brink of victory.

35.1

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 0 run, Short of a length outside off, slapped to point.


End of over 35

Total run in over 6

1   4   0   0   1   0   

34.6

J Taylor to Joe Root, 0 run, Good length delivery, shaping into Root. Worked to mid on.

34.5

J Taylor to J Bairstow, 1 run, Slower delivery on a back of a length outside off, Jonny plays it with an angled blade behind point for a run.

34.4

J Taylor to J Bairstow, 0 run, Shaping into Jonny. Punched off the back foot.

34.3

J Taylor to J Bairstow, 0 run, Length delivery outside off, driven on the up to covers.

34.2

J Taylor to J Bairstow, 4 run, FOUR! As easy as you get! Short delivery on middle and leg, sits up nicely for Bairstow. He pulls it with aplomb through backward square leg. Powell in the deep races to his right, looks to show his fancy football skills but fails to stop it. He needs to be careful, can easily get injured.

34.1

J Taylor to Joe Root, 1 run, On a length outside off, tapped to point for a run.


End of over 34

Total run in over 8

2   4   0   0   1   1   

33.6

M Cummins to Joe Root, 1 run, The batsman rocks onto the back foot and punches the ball through point. One run added to the total.

33.5

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 1 run, Short of a length on off, Jonny makes room and slaps it with a vertical bat to mid off. A single taken.

33.4

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 0 run, Full toss on off, Bairstow fails to capitalize on it. Mistimes his push to mid on.

33.3

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 0 run, The batsman defends it from within the crease.

33.2

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 4 run, FOUR! Nicely done! Shortish delivery on middle and leg, Bairstow pulls it all along the ground through backward square leg and the ball races to the fence.

33.1

M Cummins to J Bairstow, 2 run, Back of a length outside off, punched off the back foot to sweeper cover for a couple.


West Indies's Batting Detail

Run

Ball

Four

Six

SR

Moeen Ali
0 0 0 0 0
Jake Ball
0 0 0 0 0
Tom Curran
0 0 0 0 0

West Indies's Bowling Detail

O

M

R

W

NB

WD

ECO

Jerome Taylor
8 0 52 0 0 0 6.5
Alzarri Joseph
7 0 54 0 0 0 7.71
Miguel Cummins
8 0 70 1 0 5 8.75
Ashley Nurse
8 0 56 0 0 0 7
Marlon Samuels
4 0 41 0 0 0 10.25
Rovman Powell
3 0 19 0 0 0 6.33

England's Batting Detail

Run

Ball

Four

Six

SR

England's Bowling Detail

O

M

R

W

NB

WD

ECO

Jake Ball
10 1 94 1 0 1 9.4
Tom Curran
10 1 62 1 0 2 6.2
Liam Plunkett
10 0 54 2 0 2 5.4
Adil Rashid
10 1 42 1 0 1 4.2
Moeen Ali
10 0 36 1 0 0 3.6

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