West Indies vs New Zealand, at Bristol, WC Warm-up, May 28 2019 - Full Scorecard

RESULT
Bristol, May 28, 2019, ICC World Cup Warm-up Matches
(47.2/50 ov, T:422) 330

West Indies won by 91 runs

West Indies Innings
New Zealand Innings
Match Flow
Info
West Indies  (50 ovs maximum)
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
c Williamson b Boult3622-43163.63
c Santner b Neesham5054-6192.59
c Williamson b Boult10186-94117.44
run out (Nicholls)2522-31113.63
c Boult b Santner2724-31112.50
c Taylor b Henry4732-33146.87
run out (Boult/Ferguson)97-10128.57
b Boult5425-73216.00
c Williamson b Henry2416-31150.00
not out 219-21233.33
c & b Boult13-0033.33
Extras(lb 4, nb 4, w 18)26
TOTAL49.2 Ov (RR: 8.53)421
Fall of wickets: 1-59 (Chris Gayle, 7.2 ov), 2-143 (Evin Lewis, 17.3 ov), 3-191 (Darren Bravo, 23.6 ov), 4-234 (Shimron Hetmyer, 30.3 ov), 5-267 (Shai Hope, 35.4 ov), 6-285 (Nicholas Pooran, 37.5 ov), 7-367 (Jason Holder, 44.2 ov), 8-379 (Andre Russell, 45.1 ov), 9-413 (Carlos Brathwaite, 48.3 ov), 10-421 (Kemar Roach, 49.2 ov)
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44.2 to JO Holder, taken at short third man! Of all the silliness that's happened today, this takes the cake. Holder wants to slice this to the third man boundary. He's intending to beat the only man in the circle. But what he does is give Taylor some catching practice. Will that hurt WI's push for 400?. 367/7
48.3 to CR Brathwaite, a third consecutive wide yorker and this time it brings about a wicket! Brathwaite got under it a bit more than he wanted. Looked as though he was just trying to stab it out to rotate the strike but instead carves it softly in the air to Williamson at extra cover. Simple catch at head height on the ring. Some consolation for Henry after taking the brunt of the carnage today.. 413/9
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7.2 to CH Gayle, sucker ball does the trick! And Boult just stops dead in his follow through and scratches his head. That's one way to celebrate taking out the Universe Boss. Lovely bowling though. A liiiiittle pace taken off, and floated up for the left-hander to go for it after being tied down for a couple balls. He does, of course, go for it. Looking for the boundary over mid-off, but doesn't get aaaaany timing.. 59/1
35.4 to SD Hope, taken at mid-off. Boult shows his class this time. He's beend hard to line up all day, changing his length and line so beautifully. This one might actually be a knuckle ball. Too close to his body for the inside out, on-the-up off-drive. Also kicks up off the pitch too. Hope gets it very high off the bat and loses all his timing. 267/5
45.1 to AD Russell, yorker! Russell saw it coming and adjusted to try to smother it. He winds up chopping the ball down into the ground, but Boult's searing pace creates the backspin bringing it back onto leg stump.. 379/8
49.2 to KAJ Roach, sensational from Boult off his own bowling! And it's that knuckle-ball once again that does the trick! Landed it on a fullish length on off stump. Roach was way out in front and struggled to keep his hands back with an attempted slog over long-on. He winds up skying it in the ring over short midwicket. Boult gets on his horse realizing it'll fall in no man's land if he doesn't go for it. He changes direction from his follow-through and sprints 15 yards toward the edge of the ring and lunges to clasp it in his fingertips. After a few sloppy drops earlier, Boult redeems himself with the catch of the day.. 421/10
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17.3 to E Lewis, spectacular catch by Santner at deep square leg! Short boundaries at Bristol, Lewis latched onto a short ball at rib height and laced a flat pull to the leg side rope. Santner only had about a second and a half to come in, made about three strides before lunging forward about five yards in from the rope for a sensational take. The around the wicket angle ploy to Lewis pays off for Neesham.. 143/2
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30.3 to SO Hetmyer, he's got him! Santner continues to be relevent in an age when all of cricket seems obsessed with destroying fingerspin. And his method is simple. All he does is try and cramp the batsman. Try as hard as he can not to give him the pace to work with. Or the room to hit out. Hetmyer comes charging out of his crease, finds the ball too close to his pads, he swings and though he makes good connection, he can only find deep square leg. 234/4
New Zealand  (T: 422 runs from 50 ovs)
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
c Bravo b Cottrell518-1027.77
c Holder b Roach1517-2088.23
run out (Allen/†Hope)8564-112132.81
c Bravo b Thomas215-0013.33
c †Hope b Brathwaite10689-85119.10
st †Hope b Nurse2020-30100.00
c Allen b Brathwaite2327-2085.18
c Nurse b Brathwaite1914-30135.71
st †Hope b Allen3916-33243.75
st †Hope b Allen13-0033.33
not out 24-0050.00
Extras(lb 1, nb 3, w 9)13
TOTAL47.2 Ov (RR: 6.97)330
Did not bat:
Fall of wickets: 1-20 (Martin Guptill, 4.3 ov), 2-28 (Henry Nicholls, 6.2 ov), 3-33 (Ross Taylor, 9.5 ov), 4-153 (Kane Williamson, 25.6 ov), 5-222 (James Neesham, 33.4 ov), 6-261 (Tom Blundell, 40.2 ov), 7-282 (Mitchell Santner, 42.5 ov), 8-297 (Colin de Grandhomme, 44.2 ov), 9-315 (Matt Henry, 45.5 ov), 10-330 (Ish Sodhi, 47.2 ov)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
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4.3 to MJ Guptill, Guptill never looked comfortable and finally is sent on his way by the military man Cottrell! Short ball on off stump, goes to pull and is beaten for pace skying it high over midwicket in the ring. Darren Bravo tracks it looking up over his shoulder before clasping onto a moderately difficult chance having gotten his body into a slight tangle before holding on in the end. Cottrell unfurls his salute!. 20/1
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6.2 to HM Nicholls, another short ball works to perfection! Roach bangs it in on the body and Nicholls can't help himself. But just like Guptill, he's beaten for pace and skies it over the pitch. Holder runs in from mid-off and has to dodge the non-striker's stumps trying to take the catch. He's able to avoid them and cup the ball comfortably.. 28/2
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9.5 to LRPL Taylor, cracker-jack delivery from Thomas! short of a length ball that hit the seam and created extra bounce. It pinged Taylor on the gloves as he tried to get behind it in vain. The ball lobs up toward Darren Bravo at gully and he takes it after jogging in a few steps. The two bowling units look like they're operating on different pitches today. West Indies pacers finding plenty of spice in the Powerplay here.. 33/3
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40.2 to TA Blundell, excellent bowling! Blundell goes for the scoop again but that shot relies on the bowler putting pace on the ball. Brathwaite doesn't. He takes everything off and as a result the batsman has to put power into a stroke that doesn't really work like that. Gets a glove through to the keeper. More joy for West Indies on a day when they have looked unstoppable. 261/6
42.5 to MJ Santner, taken at square leg. The bouncer does it for Santner, the ball climbing up towards his shoulder, making him lose all control of the pull shot, resulting in a tame end as he top edges a dolly to Nurse. 282/7
44.2 to C de Grandhomme, taken at the deep point boundary! It's length. It's wide outside off. And because it's that far away, he can't get enough on the shot. Just lifts it with an open face and is caught right on the edge of the boundary. 297/8
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45.5 to MJ Henry, this charge fails. Henry telegraphed it a touch early, Allen bowled it much flatter on a good length angled into the body. Beaten badly in flight between bat and pad with a flailing swipe. Hope collects with cool and nudges off the bails with Henry three yards down the track having given up.. 315/9
47.2 to IS Sodhi, Allen ends the madness! Sodhi's jolly ends as well. A premeditated charge, Allen saw it coming and darted it shorter and well wide of off stump. Sodhi waved his bat in vain. Hope collects cleanly and knocks off the bails for the final wicket.. 330/10
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33.4 to JDS Neesham, gorgeous work from Hope and Nurse. The angle into the left-hander has been constricting. It forces Neesham to make a play. To charge out of his crease. He looks to whip it over midwicket, playing for turn. But there isn't any and as a result the ball sneaks between bat and pad and Hope is just waiting to do the rest. 222/5
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MATCH FLOW
  • West Indies innings
  • Over 14.1: Review by New Zealand (Bowling), Umpire - MA Gough, Batsman - SD Hope (Struck down)
  • Over 23.4: Review by West Indies (Batting), Umpire - IJ Gould, Batsman - SD Hope (Upheld)
  • New Zealand innings
  • Over 0.2: Review by New Zealand (Batting), Umpire - MA Gough, Batsman - MJ Guptill (Upheld)
  • Over 25.4: Review by West Indies (Bowling), Umpire - IJ Gould, Batsman - TA Blundell (Struck down)
MATCH DETAILS
County Ground, Bristol
TossNew Zealand, elected to field first
Series
Season2019
Players per sideWest Indies 15 (11 batting, 11 fielding); New Zealand 12 (11 batting, 11 fielding)
Hours of play (local time)10.30 start, First Session 10.30-14.00 Interval 14.00-14.45, Second Session 14.45-18.15
Match days28 May 2019 - day (50-over match)
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