Cricket Scorecard

T20 WC, 2016

England vs. West Indies, Final

Eden Gardens, Kolkata, Apr 03, 2016

Match Information

Match StatusWest Indies won by 4 wkts
TossWest Indies (Elected to Bowl)
UmpiresKumar Dharmasena (SL) & Rod Tucker (Aus)
Third UmpireMarais Erasmus (RSA)
Match RefereeRanjan Madugalle (SL)

Batting: England

Batsman BatsmanRB4s6sSR
Jason Roybowled b BadreeJason Roy
bowled b Badree
02000.00
Alex Halescaught Badree b A RussellAlex Hales
caught Badree b A Russell
130033.33
Joe Rootcaught S Benn b C BrathwaiteJoe Root
caught S Benn b C Brathwaite
543670150.00
Eoin Morgan (C)caught Gayle b BadreeEoin Morgan (C)
caught Gayle b Badree
5121041.67
Jos Buttler (WK)caught DJ Bravo b C BrathwaiteJos Buttler (WK)
caught DJ Bravo b C Brathwaite
362213163.64
Ben Stokescaught L Simmons b DJ BravoBen Stokes
caught L Simmons b DJ Bravo
13810162.50
Moeen Alicaught Ramdin b DJ BravoMoeen Ali
caught Ramdin b DJ Bravo
02000.00
Chris JordanbattingChris Jordan
batting
12131092.31
David Willeycaught J Charles b C BrathwaiteDavid Willey
caught J Charles b C Brathwaite
211412150.00
Liam Plunkettcaught Badree b DJ BravoLiam Plunkett
caught Badree b DJ Bravo
4400100.00
Adil RashidbattingAdil Rashid
batting
4400100.00
Extras (1 wides, 4 leg byes)5 
Total (155-9 in 20 overs) 155 
Extras (1 wides, 4 leg byes)5 
Total (155-9 in 20 overs) 155 

Fall of Wickets

1/0 (Jason Roy, 0.2 ov.), 2/8 (Alex Hales, 1.5 ov.), 3/23 (Eoin Morgan, 4.4 ov.), 4/84 (Jos Buttler, 11.2 ov.), 5/110 (Ben Stokes, 13.4 ov.), 6/110 (Moeen Ali, 13.6 ov.), 7/111 (Joe Root, 14.1 ov.), 8/136 (David Willey, 17.3 ov.), 9/142 (Liam Plunkett, 18.3 ov.)

Bowling: West Indies

BowlerOMRWER
Samuel Badree411624.0
Andre Russell402115.2
Sulieman Benn3040013.3
Dwayne Bravo403739.2
Carlos Brathwaite402335.8
Darren Sammy1014014.0

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
19.3FOURA Russell to Jordan, FOUR, Russell tries the yorker again, but it's a friendly full toss this time, Jordan whips it away nicely through square leg and there is no one in the deep150/9
18.3OUTDwayne Bravo to Plunkett, out Caught by Badree!! That's a brilliant grab by Badree. But he seems to be in a lot of pain after completing that catch. Looks like he's landed badly on his right shoulder. West Indies wouldn't mind much though, as he has bowled out his quota of 4 overs. How bad is that injury? BLR will be worried! The T20 League is just around the corner. Slower delivery outside off stump, Plunkett backs away and throws his bat at it, toe-ends it to the right of short third man. Badree moves to his right, dives full length and takes a good catch. Badree holds his right wrist firmly as he walks off the field. The replay suggests that Badree landed on his right wrist and not the shoulder. Plunkett c Badree b Dwayne Bravo 4(4)142/9
17.3OUTBrathwaite to Willey, out Caught by Charles!! Willey swings again, this time he doesn't hit it far enough and that's a good grab from Charles at deep mid-wicket. Looks like he initially misjudged it and then had to rush forward with the dive to effect a low grab inches from the ground. The slowers ones are bouncing a bit extra and this certainly jumped, hit Willey high on the bat on the slog and didn't go into the stands. End of a decent cameo from Willey. Willey c Charles b Brathwaite 21(14) [4s-1 6s-2]136/8
17.2FOURBrathwaite to Willey, FOUR, oh that's hit hard and long-off can't get there. Overpitched outside off stump, Willey muscles it past the non-striker, went off the bottom of the bat, but that swing was very good from Willey and he got enough wood on it to collect four136/7
17SIXDwayne Bravo to Willey, SIX, Jordan will take ones and twos and the big-hitting Willey will play his shots. Once again Bravo fails to nail the yorker, a juicy full toss that's smashed all the way back over the bowler's head131/7
16.2SIXDwayne Bravo to Willey, SIX, Willey can hit the ball hard and this is a handy maximum! Six crucial runs added to that England total. Slower delivery outside off stump, Willey slogs, gets it off the inside half of the bat, goes over the jumping Brathwaite at deep mid-wicket123/7
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Batting: West Indies

Batsman BatsmanRB4s6sSR
Johnson Charlescaught Stokes b J RootJohnson Charles
caught Stokes b J Root
170014.29
Chris Gaylecaught Stokes b J RootChris Gayle
caught Stokes b J Root
4210200.00
Marlon SamuelsbattingMarlon Samuels
batting
856692128.79
Lendl Simmonslbw b D WilleyLendl Simmons
lbw b D Willey
01000.00
Dwayne Bravocaught J Root b Adil RashidDwayne Bravo
caught J Root b Adil Rashid
25271192.59
Andre Russellcaught Stokes b D WilleyAndre Russell
caught Stokes b D Willey
130033.33
Darren Sammy (C)caught A Hales b D WilleyDarren Sammy (C)
caught A Hales b D Willey
2200100.00
Carlos BrathwaitebattingCarlos Brathwaite
batting
341014340.00
Extras (6 wides, 3 leg byes)9 
Total (161-6 in 19.4 overs) 161 
Extras (6 wides, 3 leg byes)9 
Total (161-6 in 19.4 overs) 161 

Recent Overs

0 4 1 1 0 1   -  2 L1 2 1 1 4   -  4 1 1 1 1 0   -  6 6 6 6

Fall of Wickets

1/1 (Johnson Charles, 1.1 ov.), 2/5 (Chris Gayle, 1.3 ov.), 3/11 (Lendl Simmons, 2.3 ov.), 4/86 (Dwayne Bravo, 13.6 ov.), 5/104 (Andre Russell, 15.1 ov.), 6/107 (Darren Sammy, 15.3 ov.)

Bowling: England

BowlerOMRWER
David Willey402035.0
Joe Root10929.0
Chris Jordan403609.0
Liam Plunkett402907.2
Adil Rashid402315.8
Ben Stokes2.4041015.4

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
19.4SIXStokes to Brathwaite, SIX, Brathwaite! Carlos Brathwaite! He must be feeling like James Bond now. "Remember the name, remember the name - it is Carlos Brathwaite!" shouts an excited Ian Bishop on air. Bishop must be congratulated for sounding out the potential of Brathwaite. Much before anyone knew his name, Bish was the one who said that Brathwaite is a superstar of the future. Four sixes in a row to end the game - can you believe it? I can't. My heart just stopped beating during the last over. My fingers went numb. Brathwaite must be inhuman. In such pressure and all of 27 years old, he has powered West Indies to their second T20 WCI title. The winning hit is a big one to the deep mid-wicket stands. Again Stokes missed his length, perhaps knew the game was gone, ran in and hit it on leg, Brathwaite didn't want to nudge a single, wanted to end it in a glorious way, six to end it. And then the celebrations began. Have to feel for Stokes, is on his knees and in tears. Even in defeat, have to show compassion for the vanquished and someone lifts him, offering a consoling hand. Phew - what a finish and what a match!161/6
19.3SIXStokes to Brathwaite, SIX, hat-trick of sixes! Can you believe that? Stokes is close to tears. The West Indies' dug-out go bonkers. Hell - my fingers can't type this anymore. My heart can't take this. I'm trying. Please forgive me if I don't do full justice to all the craziness that we are witnessing. Stokes must be feeling the same right now. Such is sport. It can make grown men go weak in their knees. Make them cry. This is full and on the stumps, muscled over long-off. As soon as the ball went over the ropes, Stokes sunk to his knees. Replays show that the bat turned when Brathwaite made contact, but even a mishit from the giant is enough to send the ball into orbit. Look at the West Indies' team. They are jumping up and down. Some England supporters in the crowd are close to tears155/6
19.2SIXStokes to Brathwaite, SIX, Brathwaite you beauty! What a blow that is. This man has some talent! Stokes is livid as he watches the ball sail over long-on. Can't miss your length. When Brathwaite the man mountain is standing there, waiting to belt it. Clears his front leg and smashes it well back into the stands. Looked like a mishit, but such is the power of the man149/6
19.1SIXStokes to Brathwaite, SIX, what a blow that is. Brathwaite has hit that. Full and sliding down leg, Brathwaite swung that flat over deep backward square leg, well wide of the fielder and went all the way. Samuels goes up to Brathwaite and hugs him. A terrific start to the over143/6
18.1FOURJordan to Samuels, FOUR, mid-off is up and Samuels lofts wide of him. Jordan misses his yorker, a length delivery on the stumps, needed no second invitation for Samuels to go big. Maintains his shape and hits it clean. Glove-love between Samuels and Brathwaite133/6
18FOURWilley to Brathwaite, FOUR, West Indies needed that. Clever and brilliant from Brathwaite. Knows Willey will bowl the yorker, shuffles across and goes down on his knee to lap that over the keeper. Four runs and the West Indies' dug-out have a reason to smile129/6
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