West Indies made 173 runs against Uganda

No West Indies batsman gets half-century. The Ugandan bowlers did not allow them to build a big pair. But the host batsmen have taken the team’s runs to a good place in small collections.

West Indies will face Uganda in the T20 World Cup Group ‘C’ match in Providence on Sunday morning. Batting first in this match, Caribbean lost 5 wickets and scored 173 runs.

After winning the toss, West Indies scored 41 runs in the opening pair. Ramzani broke this pair by returning Brendon King who scored 13 runs off 8 balls for the team. West Indies scored 54 runs after losing 1 wicket in six overs of power play.

Nicholas Puran, who came down to play at number three, returned with a catch by Brian Masabar. Although neither batsman could add to his individual collection, the Caribbean continued to push forward in small pairs. The maximum runs for the team came with the bat of opener Jonathan Charles.

After scoring 44 runs in 42 balls with 4 fours and 2 sixes, he handed over the catch to Ramjani off Naqrani’s ball and returned to the dressing room. Captain Rovman Powell scored 22 runs off 16 balls. He scored 23 runs off 18 balls. After his departure, Sharfan Rutherford and Andre Russell took the innings of West Indies.

Rutherford was bowled with 2 fours and 1 six off 16 balls for 22 runs. Andre Russell stormed towards the end and remained unbeaten with 30 runs off 17 balls with 6 fours. Brian Masaba took two wickets with 31 runs in 4 overs for Uganda.