West Indies had a little bit to cheer at Warner Park in Basseterre as they have been brushed aside for a paltry 71, two days after being bowled out for 45 in the second one T20I on the similar venue.
However debutant John Campbell did lift a couple of smiles along with his shocking catch close to the boundary to disregard Alex Hales in England’s chase.
Right here’s the video:
#motivationmonday Take the highs with the lows..however no doubt take the highs! Excellent fingers by way of the debutant, John Campbell! 🙌🏽 🌴🏴 #WIvENG #MenInMaroon #ItsOurGame #JohnCampbell pic.twitter.com/LX0rINr0g6
— Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) March 11, 2019
For the West Indies, who have been spectacular and aggressive within the previous Check and ODI sequence, this was once some other piece of undesirable historical past as they become the primary workforce in T20I historical past to be brushed aside for less than 75 in successive fits.
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