West Indies v England, 1st T20, Barbados
Chris Gayle shook off the rust from his injury layoff by making 43 off 35 balls in the first T20 against England at Kensington Oval
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Joe Root's four through square secures England's emphatic eight-wicket victory over Australia, at Edgbaston
England comfortably beat Australia by eight wickets in the third Investec Ashes Test to take a 2-1 lead in the series at Edgbaston
32.1 MR Marsh to JE Root, 4 runs, on the pads and Root whips it through square for a boundary - that's is, England have won by eight w...
31.4 NM Lyon to JE Root, 4 runs, bit of flight around off and Root sweeps that nicely to the backward square leg boundary for four
25.3 NM Lyon to JE Root, 6 runs, unleashes the slog-sweep with the turn, it was on length outside off, there's no deep midwicket and Root...
23.4 MA Starc to IR Bell, 4 runs, angled away from back of length, Bell drops his hands to run it down to the third-man boundary for four...
11.2 JR Hazlewood to JE Root, 4 runs, short and wide and slapped through point for four first ball! Root smashes it out of the screws to ...