West Indies sweated a lot to beat PNG, says captain Rovman Powell – level of cricket…

The second match of T20 World Cup 2024 was played on Sunday, June 2 night between West Indies and Papua New Guinea. This was supposed to be just a practice match for West Indies, but PNG took the hosts’ breath away for a few moments in this match. After winning the toss and batting first, PNG put 136 on the board, taking 19 overs for the hosts to achieve this score. Roston Chase became the hero of the West Indies’ win that lasted till the end with a brilliant innings of 42 off 27 balls. After the match, captain Rowman Powell said that his team did not play the level of cricket they should have played, they could only play 60-70 percent of the cricket.

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West Indies captain Rowman Powell said after the match, “Their plans were simple and they played good cricket. It’s important to get two points, and that’s what we did. 10-15 runs was too much. As a bowling unit, that’s what it is. We want are.” We want to make it better. 70-80 per cent of the team has been playing since I became captain.”

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He further added, “Starting with the bowling effort, he bowled very well. And then at the end, World Cup It is pleasant for us to maintain our composure in a pressure game. We didn’t play the level of cricket we wanted to play. We have played 60-70 percent of our cricket. “Hopefully we can fix it for another game.”

Coming to the match, PNG batted first in this match and scored 136 runs in 20 overs on the back of a half-century from Sess Bowen in the T20 World Cup.

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The West Indies team chasing this score did not get off to a good start. Johnson Charles fell victim to a golden duck in the second over. After this, Brendan King (34) and Nicholas Pooran (27) took over the innings, but they could not increase the run rate much, which put pressure on the lower order batsmen after their dismissal.

Roston Chase, who came to bat at number-4, remained unbeaten on 42 runs off 27 balls with 4 fours and 2 towering sixes. He led the team to victory by forming small partnerships with other batsmen. West Indies managed to win the match with 6 balls to spare, but PNG gave them a chance.

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