Monday, September 27

Pollard leads from the front as West Indies beat South Africa

Pollard delivered a late surge to crush 51 from 25 balls, including five sixes, to help the West Indies all out after they had again been eased back by South Africa’s twin twist danger of left-armers Tabraiz Shamsi (2-13 out of four overs) and George Linde (2-16 of every four overs)

Commander Kieron Pollard dazzled with bat and ball as West Indies crushed South Africa by 21 rushes to even out the five-match Twenty20 series at 2-2 on Thursday.

Subsequent to being sent in to bat at the Public Cricket Arena in Grenada, the home side posted 167 for six in their 20 overs, prior to limiting South Africa to 146 for nine in answer.

Pollard delivered a late surge to crush 51 from 25 balls, including five sixes, to support the West Indies absolute after they had again been eased back by South Africa’s twin twist danger of left-armers Tabraiz Shamsi (2-13 out of four overs) and George Linde (2-16 out of four overs).

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