Australia increased South Africa’s troubles, beat the West Indies and advanced to the semi-finals

Australia (AUS) defeated the West Indies (WI) by 8 wickets in the ICC T20 World Cup (ICC T20 WC). Australian hitter David Warner played an 89-run undefeated inning to give the team the win. Batting first, the West Indies had given Australia a 158-run goal. Australia easily achieved this goal. With this victory, Australia’s hopes of reaching the semi-finals have been made strong. However, it will be decided after the match between England and South Africa. If the South African team loses, the Australian team will reach the semi-finals. While South Africa won, the semi-finals will be decided based on race pace.

Pursuing the 158-race goal, Australia got off to a good start and the team didn’t lose any ground for 30 races. However, Captain Aaron Finch was thrown by Akil Hussain on a personal score of 9 runs. After this, Mitchell Marsh, who came to bat, along with David Warner, led the team to the threshold of victory. However, the Muslims fell victim to Jason Holder with a personal score of 53 runs. David Warner, meanwhile, scored an unbeaten 89 on 56 balls with the help of nine fours and four sixes.

West Indies did not start well, Chris Gayle returned to the pavilion after scoring 15 runs. Nicholas Pooran, who came to bat after him, could only contribute 4 runs. Roston Chase couldn’t even open his account. After this, Evin Lewis and Shimron Hetmyer together handled the entrances. Although Lewis came out with this personal score of 29 races. Following this, Hetmyer returned to the pavilion after scoring 27 runs. Dwayne Bravo scored 10 runs and Andre Russell was not left out after scoring 18 runs. Captain Kieron Pollard contributed 44 runs on 31 balls. Josh Hazlewood took 4 wickets for Australia. Apart from them, Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Adam Zampa each took a wicket.

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