New Zealand beat West Indies in 1st T20 international

New Zealand beat West Indies in 1st T20 international

Friday, November 27, 2020

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AUCKLAND,New Zealand(AFP) — New Zealand defeated theWestIndiesby five wickets in a rain-affected first Twenty20 international at Auckland's Eden Park on Friday.

The Black Caps finished on 179-5 after being set a target of 176 in a match where the innings were reduced to 16 overs because of persistent showers.

New Zealand bowler Lockie Ferguson was match of the match after claiming a career-best haul of 5-21.

WestIndiescaptain Kieron Pollard was the stand-out performer for the tourists with an unbeaten 75 from 37 balls.

The next fixture in the three-match series is in Mount Maunganui on Sunday.


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