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Australia vs West Indies 2nd T20I 2010 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Australia vs West Indies 2nd T20I 2010

Watch the highlights of Australia vs West Indies 2nd T20I 2010 - West Indies tour of Australia 2-match Twenty20 international series of the 2nd T20I match played between West Indies and Australia at Hobart in 23rd February 2010.

David Warner and Shane Watson powers to Australia emphatic eight-wicket victory over West Indies and clinch the two-match series 2-0 whitewash.

* David Warner blasted a 18-ball second fastest ever fifty in T20 internationals cricket history.

* 7 : David Warner hit the most sixes in an innings by an Australian batsman in T20 internationals and the joint third in the list of most sixes in an innings in T20Is.

* Shane Watson hammered a 26-ball equal fourth quickest half-century for Australia and became the third fastest Australian batsman to score 50 in T20Is.

* 56 : Nikita Miller equal the eighth most runs conceded by a bowler in T20 internationals with jointly Brett Lee (56).

West Indies scored 138-7 in 20 overs with top scorer by Narsingh Deonarine cracked a unbeaten 36 off 29-balls including 4-fours, Travis Dowlin struck 31 off 32-balls with 3-fours and Darren Sammy blasted a unbeaten 26 off 11-balls included 2-sixes & a four with strike rate of 236.36.

Australia best bowler by debutants Ryan Harris and Daniel Christian both took 2-wickets on their debut T20I match, Shane Watson and Shaun Tait both took one-wickets.

Australia chased 142-2 in 11.4 overs with top scorer by David Warner 67 and Shane Watson cracked a unbeaten 62 off 33-balls including 4-sixes and four-fours with strike rate of 187.87.

West Indies best bowler by Nikita Miller took two-wickets for 56-runs in 3.4 overs.

David Warner named player of the match for his match-winning unbeaten rapid 67-runs knocked off facing 29-balls including 7-sixes and 5-fours with strike rate of 231.03.

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