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Gayle and Sammy rescue West Indies

Chris Gayle kept his cool as West Indies nearly slipped up in dramatic style against Scotland at Clontarf. Chasing a revised 165, they lost six for 38 in seven overs and entered the final three overs needing 29 to win

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That's it from us today, good effort from Scotland with ball and bat, especially Haq who bowled a superb spell. A fantastic innings from Chris Gayle snatched victory with the support of Darren Sammy at the end. Join us for tomorrows game in Belfast, where Scotland must pick themselves up for a game against the Netherlands. Thanks for joining us.

29.5
1
Nel to Sammy, 1 run, flicked to fine leg and that's it all over. Heartbreak for Scotland who came so close to a famous upset

One required off two balls, its game up here surely with Gayle off strike

29.4
1
Nel to Gayle, 1 run, pushed to mid off

Four needed off three ball- you never know

29.3
3
Nel to Sammy, 3 runs, full ball on middle, flicked through mid wicket. Good fielding in the deep but they pick up three
29.2
4
Nel to Sammy, FOUR runs, that could be the game. On a length and he smacked it past cover and to the boundary
29.1
0
Nel to Sammy, no run, full outside off, Sammy plays and misses as he tries to hit to third man

END OF OVER:
29 | 5 Runs | WI: 156/6 (9 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 5.37, RRR: 9.00)

  • Chris Gayle84 (93b)
  • Darren Sammy10 (9b)
  • Ryan Watson4-0-21-2

Here we go- nine off the last over

28.6
0
Watson to Gayle, no run, thats a big ball that will keep Gayl off strike, it was full and straight and Gayle could only defend on the front foot
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  • Gayle and Sammy rescue West Indies

    Chris Gayle kept his cool as West Indies nearly slipped up in dramatic style against Scotland at Clontarf. Chasing a revised 165, they lost six for 38 in seven overs and entered the final three overs needing 29 to win

West Indies 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st95CH GayleDS Smith
2nd25CH GayleRS Morton
3rd0CH GayleLMP Simmons
4th7CH GayleDR Smith
5th3CH GayleD Ramdin
6th3CH GayleACL Richards
7th32CH GayleDJG Sammy