New Zealand has destroyed the West Indies, won the match in a one-sided style

This New Zealand batsman played such that the West Indies bowlers just kept watching and the Kiwi team easily hung the huge score on the board.

Glenn Phillips made Windies victorious. (Blackcaps Twitter)

The West Indies cricket team was recently defeated by India. Now this team is hosting New Zealand but the victory is still visible from this team. New Zealand defeated two-time world champion West Indies by a huge margin of 90 runs in the second T20 match played on Friday night. With this, the Kiwi team has taken an unassailable lead of 2-0. Be the hero of this victory of New Zealand Glen Phillips, Phillips played a brilliant half-century inning and led his team to victory.

New Zealand scored 215 runs for the loss of five wickets in 20 overs on the basis of Phillips’ half-century innings. The host team had no answer for this huge score. Even after playing the entire over, the Windies team could score only 125 runs for the loss of nine wickets and lost the match.

The storm created a storm with a strike rate of 185

Phillips played an innings of 76 runs in 40 balls in this match. During this he hit four fours and six sixes. Phillips scored runs at a strike rate of 185.36. Phillips took 33 balls to complete his half-century. After that he became more aggressive. He created a storm in the remaining nine balls and scored 26 runs. This is Phillips’ fifth fifty in T20 cricket. Phillips added 71 runs for the third wicket with Devon Conway. He shared an 83-run partnership with Daryl Mitchell. Mitchell scored 48 runs in 20 balls.

Obed McCoy took three wickets for West Indies. A success came on the part of Romario Shepherd.

Such was the innings of the Windies

to achieve great goals Windies He wanted a good and fast start but he didn’t get it. He had lost three wickets till the total score of 12. Sharmah Brooks (7), Kyle Myers (4) and captain Nicholas Pooran (1) returned to the pavilion after scoring runs. Coming to 40 runs, West Indies had lost six wickets, after which Romario Shepherd and Rovman Powell added 35 runs for the seventh wicket. Hayden Walsh and Obed McCoy put on an unbeaten 38-run partnership for the last wicket but these efforts could not take the team past the threshold of victory.

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The third and last T20 match will be played here on Sunday, which will be followed by a three-match ODI series.