West Indies vs England Only ODI 1990 Highlights

Watch the highlights of West Indies vs England Only ODI 1990 - England tour of West Indies (Georgetown Test Replacement Match ) one & only one-day international match played between England and West Indies at Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana in 15th March 1990.

West Indies vs England Only ODI 1990 Highlights
Gordon Greenidge plays a shot © Windies Cricket / DM Mordecai

Pace bowler Curtly Ambrose's four for 18, Carl Hooper and Ian Bishop's economical bowling figures before Openers Gordon Greenidge's masterclass 77 and Debutant Clayton Lambert's impressive debut 48 helped to West Indies convincing seven-wicket victory over England in a low-scoring one-off One-day international.

* England lost a specially arranged limited overs match against the West Indies by seven wickets in Georgetown, Played on the scheduled final day of the Test match, this match was approached in a desultory fashion by both teams. England batted as if uncertain whether they should be taking Test match practice or trying to make a winning total 166 for 9; as a result, they achieved neither.

* Opener Gordon Greenidge hit 77, assisted by 48 from the Guyana opener, Clayton Lambert, who playing in his first international, ensured that the outcome was never in doubt. Although it was not part of the one-day series but the match was given the status of an unofficial one-day international cricket match.

England scored 166-9 in the allotted 49 overs with top scorer by Rob Bailey struck 42 off 54-balls including 3-fours & a six.

Graham Gooch scored 42 off consuming 102-balls including a boundary and Jack Russell hit 19 off 18-balls included 3-fours.

West Indies best bowler by Curtly Ambrose claimed a 4-wickets for 18-runs in 9-overs including a maiden with economy rate of 2, Ian Bishop, Carl Hooper both took 2-wickets and one for Ezra Moseley.

West Indies chased 167-3 in 40.2 overs with top scorer by Gordon Greenidge cracked a 77 off 122-balls, Debutant Clayton Lambert 48 off 66-balls - who fell two-run short of his half-century - including 4-fours & a six and Carl Hooper scored a unbeaten 19 off 37-balls with a boundary.

England best bowler by Gladstone Small, Angus Fraser and Eddie Hemmings each took one-wickets.

Gordon Greenidge named Player of the match for his match-winning masterclass 77 off 122-balls including 8-fours & 2-sixes.



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