slower ball at a length on middle stump, tapped back to the bowler off the front foot
9:40pm And that is all from our coverage! Hope you enjoyed it. We'll see you tomorrow.
Andre Russell: Very good feeling. Winning in Trinidad and back to back at home. Hope we keep going and I want to say well done to the boys. Proud of the bowling line-up, we have depth and I hope we continue. I played a few games in Florida with Windies recently, and I have a few good words to say to the boys about playing there. Can't say now because I don't anyone to watch this interview and pick it up.
Chris Gayle: They played good cricket. We let it slip when we had chances didn't take them. We bowled well in the middle overs but hose three sixes against Brathwaite shifted the momentum in their favour. Sandeep, we'll miss him as he's off to play international cricket end of August. I have seen him play in the IPL, he's a good lad. Injury not serious, luckily it [finger' is not broken. A couple of days off and we'll look to bounce back before we go home.
Kennar Lewis: I am an opening batsman and I did my job. I can do this job in the first six overs. It is the Kennar Lewis way. That's how I do it. Anywhere my skipper wants me to bat, I'll do my job. Thanks to the crowd for supporting us.
Kennar Lewis is the Man of the Match.
9:18pm Jamaica continue their unbeaten run. A third win in a row, and this one is done without any pressure. A 47-run drubbing, set up by three knocks of 40-plus in their top order, and then, some fiery opening bowling from Oshane Thomas and Krishmar Santokie, who kept Gayle to a run in the first three overs, while getting Evin Lewis for a second-ball duck. Those opening overs created a pressure that was sustained right through, as the middle order crumbled in the face of an ever-rising required rate. Russell got into the wickets, then the spinners got their act on and it was an ordinary slide from St Kitts and Nevis in the end.
short of a length outside off, opens the face and nudges to short third man
full outswinger from off stump. Poked to extra cover off the front foot
slower ball, full on middle stump. Flicked to long-on
offcutter at a length on leg stump, gets forward and flicks to short fine
slower ball at a length, skids low and past the bat outside off
length on middle, backs away, drags it on the up to long-on
short of a length outside off, fizzing past the outside edge as he looks to slog
outside edge to the third man boundary. Short ball outside off, looking to leg side again, gets a big edge
bouncer over the stumps. Backs away and swats to miss again
beaten. Short ball climbs over the stumps. Backs away and swings
beaten. Length ball in the corridor. Backs away and looks to slap it over the leg side
bowled him. Offcutter slides low and straight and into middle stump. It's a length ball and he swings across the line. It slides through from under his short
offcutter, length outside off. Backs away and looks to slice. Can't get bat on it
offcutter, full and wide outside off. Slices it on the bounce to short third man
slower ball, full and wide outside off. Rips away from the outside edge as he looks to drive
short of a length at the body, pulled to deep midwicket
beaten. Walks down the pitch and swings across the line against a length ball in the corridor. Can't make connection
arm ball, short of a length on middle. Stabbed into the leg side
out of the stadium! Cottrell has cleated the roof over deep midwicket. Goes down leg side to make room. Imad follows the tailender and slows it down, hoping to get him to float up a catch in the leg side. But he's made solid connection on this slog sweep and no one can quite believe it