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New Zealand versus West Indies Ratings

New Zealand won (5 wks : 24 balls left)

Date2017-12-20

1st West Indies : Total 248 (9 wks, 50.0 overs, 24 extras)

RatingBattingRunsS/RBalls4s6s
14Chris Gayle2270.973131c Latham b Bracewell
60Evin Lewis7676.0010071lbw b Astle
-11Shai Hope00.00100c Latham b Bracewell
43Shimron Hetmyer2969.054240c Ferguson b Astle
6Jason Mohammed9112.50820 b Ferguson
-75Jason Holder857.141400c Taylor b Bracewell
49Rovman Powell59118.005024c Williamson b Bracewell
-67Ashley Nurse225.00800lbw b Astle
-334Ronsford Beaton311.542600c Latham b Ferguson
81Kesrick Williams1680.002010not out
0Shannon Gabriel00.00000not out
RatingBowlingOversRunsWksEcon
103Todd Astle10.03333.30
-11Colin Munro2.0804.00
-72Tim Southee10.04904.90
-116Trent Boult10.04804.80
-622Doug Bracewell8.05546.87
-603Lockie Ferguson10.04924.90

2nd New Zealand : Total 249 (5 wks, 46.0 overs, 7 extras)

RatingBattingRunsS/RBalls4s6s
92George Worker5786.366680 b Nurse
95Colin Munro49136.113680c Nurse b Williams
7Kane Williamson3884.444550 b Holder
12Ross Taylor4964.477620not out
0Tom Latham1789.471910lbw b Nurse
-2Henry Nicholls1780.952110c Hope b Holder
-6Todd Astle15115.381320not out
RatingBowlingOversRunsWksEcon
0Jason Mohammed2.01306.50
-44Ashley Nurse10.05525.50
-331Jason Holder9.05225.77
-465Shannon Gabriel10.05705.70
-18Kesrick Williams5.01813.60
-224Ronsford Beaton9.04204.66
-12Rovman Powell1.010010.00

New Zealand won (5 wks : 24 balls left)

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