West Indies may have been hammered 5-0 in the one-dayers, but they proved that their World T20 win in Sri Lanka last year was no fluke, coming up with a clinical performance to get the better of Australia in the one-off clash at Brisbane.
West Indies ended their disastrous Australia Tour with a consolation win in their Only T20I at the Gabba in Brisbane. A strong batting performance from the tourists saw them record a 27-run win over a new look Australian outfit.
Those of us who thought the West Indies would have kept this series close or even gotten the better of Australia have been sorely disappointed. Not only did the visitors lose – they lost badly; 5-0 in fact, and the games, for the most part, weren’t even close.
Australia clubbed a ragged West Indies 5-0 in the ODIs played at home. Rarely were the Aussies in any sort of trouble as they out-powered Darren Sammy’s men game after game. Although it was a highly shabby performance from the West Indians...
Australia finished a 5-0 whitewash over West Indies after defeating the visitors by 17 runs in a tense contest at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. It was a second consecutive defeat for the Windies despite one of their batsmen scoring a century, this time it was opener Johnson Charles’ efforts going in vain.
Australia inched towards a cleansweep of 5-0 after defeating West Indies by 5 wickets in the Fourth ODI at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The match was already Australia’s after the Windies were reduced to a disastrous 98 for 7.
Having given Australia a tough run in the shorter version games at home when the two teams last met, West Indies would have been confident of performing well in the opposite camp as fell. But, just three games into the series, the wide gulf between the two sides is pretty much evident...