The five-match series played between England and West Indies, in which West Indies defeated England by 7 wickets. Chris Gayle is the top score of this match. West Indies be able to win the match and level the series 2-2 due to the brilliant batting of Chris Gayle.
Earlier England starts his innings his batting line in this match is so poor. They made 113 runs in 28.1 overs, all team back to pavilion. Hales made 23 runs on 35 balls, Buttler made 23 runs on 36 balls, Morgan made 18 runs on 22 balls and Stokes made only 15 runs on 27 balls.
The brilliant bowling of Thomas, who took 5 wickets in his 5.1 overs. He gave 21 runs in his 5.1 and took 5 wickets. Brathwaite and Holder took 2 each while Cottrell took 1 wicket.
In the 50 overs match, England team to set a huge target for the West Indies. All team out at the score of 113 and they play 28.1 overs. Hales is the top score from England side, he made 23 runs on 35 balls. Thomas from West Indies side is a top bowler in this match, he took 5 wickets.
The target is to small for the West Indies player. Due to the excellent batting of Chris Gayle, West Indies win the match at the 12.1 overs. Chris Gayle made fastest fifty in this match, he made 50 runs on 19 balls. The total score in this match is 77 runs on 27 ball. West Indies win the match by 7 wickets and level the series 2-2.
At the side of England Wood took 2 wickets in his 6 overs and give 55 runs. While Woakes took 1 wicket in his 6 overs and give the score 56 runs. The five-match series is level by 2-2. The series is the colonial medical insurance ODI series. In the series, both teams have a strong performance. Both compotators made best effort to win the series. But the result is series has been level at the point of 2-2.
In the series the great come back the world most dangerous batsman Chris Gayle. He hit moistest sixes in the cricket history beside he complete his 10000 runs. He is only one player who hit the moistest sixes after the Shahid Afridi. Chris Gayle broke the record of Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi.