An unbeaten fifth wicket stand between Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Denesh Ramdin put West Indies in a strong position at the end of the second day’s play.
West Indies sparkled in the final of the ICC World Twenty20 2012, well led by Marlon Samuels, routed Sri Lanka and won the coveted trophy with a real team work.
The star performer of the West Indies, Chris Gayle, has warned Sri Lanka that his team, being in brilliant form, is just one match away from the coveted title.
The West Indian batsmen led by Chris Gayle tortured the Australian bowlers and the Windies bowlers crushed the Kangaroos batting in the one sided 2nd semi final.
The powerful batting display led by Mahela Jayawardene disgraced the mighty West Indies by a huge margin as Sri Lanka flew towards the semi-final of the event.
A top class performance from the West Indies openers and the lethal bowling spell of Ravi Rampaul let England down in the first match of the Super Eights, Group 1.
Chris Gayle and Kieran Pollard kicked off the innings in style – first Test vs. New Zealand
Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels hammered tons and set a difficult target for New Zealand who fought well but lost the match to West Indies in the end.
The brilliant Alex Hales blew away the bowling attack of West Indies with his sheer power and Ravi Bopara supported him well as England clinched the only T20.
The West Indian batsmen, led by a ton from Darren Bravo, warned England of their intentions in the ODI series by crushing Middlesex in the only warm up match.