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Australia vs West Indies 2nd Test 2024 Video Highlights

Watch the highlights of Australia vs West Indies 2nd Test 2024 - West Indies tour of Australia 2-match Test series of the 2nd Test match played between West Indies and Australia at Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane in 25th January to 29th January 2024.

Shamar Joseph was on a hat-trick © Cricket Australia/Getty Images

Joshua Da Silva, Kevin Sinclair, Kemar Roach, Alzarri Joseph and Shamar Joseph guided West Indies thrilling 8-run victory over Australia, despite a Steve Smith's fighting 91 and West Indies' registered their first Test win after 27-years in Australian soil and drawn the two-match series with 1-1 in a see-saw game of the second Test match.

Match Stats : 
  • West Indies' 8-run win was their second smallest victory by terms of runs in Test matches and also It is their second narrowest win against Australia in Tests after their 1-run win against Australia at Adelaide in 1993.
  • Mitchell Starc became the fifth Australian bowler to take 350 Test wickets.
  • 149 : Kavem Hodge and Joshua Da Silva set up the fifth highest sixth-wicket partnership for West Indies against Australia in Test matches and It is the West Indies' third highest sixth-wicket stand in Australia in Tests.
  • West Indies' 311 was their sixth highest score in a first innings against Australia at Brisbane Cricket Ground in Tests.
  • Australia's 289 was their eighth highest score in their first innings against West Indies at Brisbane Cricket Ground in Tests.
  • 96 : Usman Khawaja and Alex Carey set up the ninth highest sixth-wicket partnership for Australia against West Indies in Tests.
  • 81 : Alex Carey and Pat Cummins equalled a joint third highest eighth-wicket partnership for Australia against West Indies in Tests, jointly 81-run stand held by between Steve Waugh and Jason Gillespie at Melbourne in 2000.
  • The 318 balls faced by Australia - This is the Australia's second fewest deliveries of a first innings of a Test before declaration after their 228-ball faced also against West Indies at Sydney in 2016.
  • The 318 balls faced by Australia - the tenth fewest deliveries of a first innings of a Test before declaration.
  • 289-9d - This is the Australia's second lowest score declared in the first innings of a Test cricket after their 176-2 declared also against the West Indies at Sydney in 2016.
  • Shamar Joseph's 7 for 68 was his best bowling performance for West Indies in Test matches and the fourth best-bowling-figures by an West Indies bowler against Australia in Tests.
  • Shamar Joseph's 7 for 68 was the fourth best bowling figures by an West Indies bowler in Australian soil in Test matches, It is the best bowling figures by an West Indies bowler at Brisbane Cricket Ground, surpassing the previous record of 6 for 73 held by Garfield Sobers in 1968 and the fifth best-bowling-figures by any bowler at Brisbane Cricket Ground in Tests.
  • Steve Smith's unbeaten 91 was the tenth highest score by an Australian batsman in the fourth inning against West Indies in Tests.



* Kavem Hodge, Joshua Da Silva's seventies and Alzarri Joseph's 22-ball 32 as West Indies recovered from 64-5 to 266 for 8 at Stumps after Mitchell Starc's early burst in the opening day of the second Test match.

* Alex Carey and Pat Cummins' blazing fifties as Australia recovered from 54-5 to 289-9 declared in their first innings before West Indies lost 13 for one at Stumps in the day two of second Test match.

* Steve Smith and Cameron Green drive Australia to Stumps and required 156 runs to win on the day three of the second Test match.

* The new Hero 24-year-old Shamar Joseph's stunning seven-for gives West Indies famous first Test win against Australia in Australian soil since 1997, despite a fighting innings from Steve Smith's unbeaten 91 in the day four of the second Test match.



West Indies 1st Innings scored 311 for all-out in 108 overs with top scorer by Joshua Da Silva struck 79 off 157-balls including 7-fours.

Kavem Hodge hit 71 off 194-balls including 8-fours & a six, Debutant Kevin Sinclair - who cracked a 50 off 98-balls on his debut Test match - included 5-fours & a six, Alzarri Joseph hammered a 32 off 22-balls contained 7-fours with strike rate of 145.45.

Kirk McKenzie hit 21 off 25-balls included 3-fours & a six and Tagenarine Chanderpaul scored 21 off 48-balls with 2-fours

1st Innings Australia best bowler by Mitchell Starc claimed a 4-wickets for 82-runs in 24-overs including three maidens, Josh Hazlewood, Nathan Lyon both took 2-wickets and one for Pat Cummins.

Australia 1st Innings scored 289-9 for declared in 53 overs with top scorer by Usman Khawaja cracked a 75 off 131-balls including 10-fours.

Alex Carey hammered a 65 off 49-balls including 9-fours & a six with strike rate of 132.65, Pat Cummins blasted a unbeaten 64 off 73-balls included 8-fours & a six with strike rate of 87.67.

Mitchell Marsh hit 21 off 20-balls including 3-fours & a six and Nathan Lyon scored a run-a-ball 19-runs.

1st Innings West Indies best bowler by Alzarri Joseph claimed a 4-wickets for 84-runs in 14-overs, Kemar Roach picked up 3-wickets for 47-runs in 11-overs, Debutant Kevin Sinclair and Shamar Joseph both took one-wickets.

West Indies 2nd Innings scored 193 for all-out in 72.3 overs with top scorer by Kirk McKenzie struck 41 off 50-balls including 6-fours.

Alick Athanaze scored 35 off 72-balls including 3-fours, Justin Greaves hit 33 off 60-balls included 4-fours, Kavem Hodge scored 29 off 74-balls contained 4-fours and Kraigg Brathwaite 16.


2nd Innings Australia best bowler by Josh Hazlewood picked up 3-wickets for 23-runs in 14-overs, Nathan Lyon captured three-wickets for 42-runs in 22-overs included six maidens, Cameron Green and Mitchell Starc both took one-wickets.

Australia 2nd Innings scored 207 for all-out in 50.5 overs with top scorer by Steve Smith cracked a unbeaten 91 off 146-balls including 9-fours & a six.

Cameron Green cracked a 42 off 73-balls including 4-fours and Mitchell Starc hit 21 off 14-balls included 4-fours with strike rate of 150.

2nd Innings West Indies best bowler by Shamar Joseph claimed a career-best 7-wicket haul for 68-runs in 11.5-overs, Alzarri Joseph took 2-wickets and one for Justin Greaves.

Shamar Joseph named Player of the match for his pace bowling attack to took 8-wickets in an match.

Shamar Joseph earned player of the series for contributing 57 runs and claimed 13 wickets in the two-match series.

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