Match Details

AUS vs WI 2nd ODI, AUS vs WI 2024

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Australia won by 83 runs 🏆
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G Motie Logo
G Motie Jersy



G Motie
4s: 1
6s: 0
O Thomas Logo
O Thomas Jersy
4s: 1
6s: 0
A Zampa Logo
A Zampa Jersy



A Zampa

Econ: 3.26
41st Over:
= 7
42nd Over:
= NaN
Last Over:
= 6
This Over:
= 0
WIWI - 2nd Innings
10 Over 4540
15 Over 6057
20 Over 8276
25 Over 10496
30 Over 117113
35 Over 137140
AUSAUS - 1st Innings
10 Over 6961
20 Over 110108
30 Over 155150
35 Over 171167
40 Over 189189
50 Over 246258


Inn 1
Inn 2
And that concludes the second game of this thrilling 3-match ODI series. This is Hitesh Peddurwar bidding farewell on behalf of my co-commentator Ayan Chatterjee and our scorer/analyst, Dushyant Kumar.  Until we meet again, it's a wrap! Cheers and stay tuned for more exciting cricketing action
Steven Smith(Australia Skipper): "It was a nice finish. As we had a challenging start, West Indies bowled really well, and it was a tricky surface. Lower-middle order played well with the bat. I thought 250 was about par, but then we did really well with the ball. Frase looked like he was enjoying himself. Sutherland was really good, bashed it on a length. Nice to see them debut. Canberra is a nice wicket, hope to win the series by 3-0."
Shai Hope(West Indies Skipper): I thought we stuck to our guns with the ball, we were really good with the bowling. Must commend our bowlers, for the way they bowled. 258 wasn't too much. It was a challenging wicket, Aussies bowled well. We need to find ways to score more freely. We have to win the last game of the series, that's the plan."
Sean Abbott(Player of the Match): " The situation I found myself in was tricky, I had to play the risk-free cricket. I thought 220 would be a good score after seeing the wicket. We have a very good group, it's good to be around this group. Your cricket is moving forward even if you are not playing every game. Enjoying every bit of it, especially in the last few months. I love getting out on the field and playing in front of my friends and family. Got only one game in the World Cup but got a lot before that, which gave me a chance to go out in the nets and work hard."
Player of the Match: Sean Abbott
Time for the post-match presentation ceremony!
04:09 PM IST & 09:40 PM Local Time| Shear dominance by the World Champions! Australia have completely outplayed the West Indies and have won this encounter by a huge margin of 83 runs and they lead the series by 2-0.
Earlier in the game, The West Indies won the toss and elected to field, putting Australia in to bat. The opening moments saw Jake Fraser-McGurk making a dynamic start with a boundary and a six, but his innings concluded at 10. While there were numerous promising starts for the Australians, none materialized into a substantial score. Cameron Green exhibited finesse with 33 runs off 41 balls, Marnus Labuschagne contributed 26 off 33 balls, and Matthew Short showcased his prowess with 41 off 55 balls.

Aaron Hardie and debutant Will Sutherland added valuable runs with scores of 26 off 36 balls and 18 off 33 balls, respectively. However, the standout performance came from Sean Abbott, who emerged as the anchor for Australia, crafting his second ODI half-century. Abbott's resilient innings of 69 runs off 63 balls played a pivotal role, ensuring that Australia batted out their entire 50 overs. In the final overs, contributions from Zampa (8*) and Hazlewood (4*) propelled Australia to a total of 258/9.

In their pursuit of a target of 259 runs, West Indies faced an early setback, losing three wickets with just 31 runs on the board. The responsibility then fell on the shoulders of skipper Shai Hope and Keacy Carty, who formed a crucial partnership, adding 53 runs for the 4th wicket. However, after Shai Hope's departure with 29 runs, West Indies struggled as wickets continued to tumble at regular intervals.

Keacy Carty emerged as the top scorer for West Indies, contributing 40 runs.  Despite his efforts, the West Indies innings concluded at 175 runs in 43.3 overs. The Australian bowlers displayed a disciplined performance, led by Josh Hazlewood and Sean Abbott, who both claimed three wickets. Will Sutherland added two wickets to the tally, while Adam Zampa and Aaron Hardie took one each.

With this victory, Australia has established an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.

Motie takes the review.
West Indies: 2
43.3 A Zampa to G Motie
W Huge Appeal for LBW and up goes the finger! That's it West Indies are bundled out for 175 runs! Motie takes the review but it looked plumb with the naked eye.  Zampa finally has a wicket to his name. Flighted delivery on the fuller length on the middle stump line, turning away from the batter, Motie gets down on one knee and goes for a sweep but he misses it and wears it on the pads. Ultra edge shows no bat involved and ball tracking shows three reds on it! Australia have won this game by 83 runs!
43.2 A Zampa to G Motie
0 Short delivery on the middle stump line, Motie pulls it towards mid-wicket.
43.1 A Zampa to G Motie
0 Fuller length delivery on the middle stump line, Motie defends it back onto the pitch.
West Indies
Oshane Thomas
Gudakesh Motie
Sean Anthony Abbott
42.6 Abbott to O Thomas
4 FOUR!!!! Fuller length delivery on the middle stump line, Thomas clears his front leg and heaves iot straight down the track for four runs.
42.5 Abbott to O Thomas
0 Yorker on the middle stump line, Thomas drills it back onto the pitch.
42.4 Abbott to O Thomas
0 Back of the length delivery on the leg stump line, Thomas tucks it towards mid-wicket.
42.3 Abbott to O Thomas
0 Short delivery angling into the leg stump line, Thomas comes down the track and looks to pull it on the leg side but misses it.
42.2 Abbott to O Thomas
2 Fuller length delivery on the off-stump line, Thomas drives it uppishly in the gap between extra covers and mid off fielder and collects a brace.