AUS vs WI 3rd ODI: Australia, led by captain Steve Smith, has defeated West Indies in the 3-match ODI series. Today, in the third and last match of the series, Australia defeated West Indies badly. The West Indies team, which came to bat first, was bundled out for just 86 runs in 24.1 overs. After this, thanks to the stormy batting of Jake Fraser-McGurk and Josh Inglis, Australia achieved the target of 87 runs in just 6.5 overs and won the series 3-0.

Let us tell you that in today’s match, West Indies, who came to bat first after losing the toss, once again had a bad start. West Indies got the first blow on the total score of 13 in the third over. Kjorn Otley was out after scoring eight runs in seven balls with the help of two fours. After this, there was a partnership of 25 runs between Alick Athanje and Casey Carty, but as soon as the second wicket fell, the West Indies team fell apart like a pack of cards.

For West Indies, Casey Carty was out after scoring 10 runs, captain Shai Hope 4, Romario Shepherd 1, Alick Athanje 32 and Alzarri Joseph was out after scoring 6 runs. During this period, Teddy Bishop 0, Matthew Ford 0 and Gudakesh Moti could not even open the account.

After West Indies batted, Australia achieved the target of 87 runs in just 6.5 overs. For Australia, Jake Fraser-McGurk scored 41 runs in 18 balls with the help of 5 fours and 3 sixes. Josh English scored 35 unbeaten runs in 16 balls. English hit 4 fours and a six. Captain Steve Smith remained unbeaten after scoring 6 runs. Bowling for Australia, Xavier Bartlett took 4 wickets for 21 runs. Lance Morris and Adam Zampa also took two wickets each. Apart from this, Sean Abbott got one wicket.

7th biggest win in terms of balls remaining

Let us tell you that recently the West Indies team had created history by defeating Australia in the Gabba test match. But now they have lost badly in the three-match ODI series. This is the seventh biggest win in terms of most balls remaining in the history of ODI cricket. England holds the record for achieving the target with most balls remaining. England won the match in 1979 with 277 balls remaining. After this there is Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka won the match against Zimbabwe in 2001 with 274 balls remaining.

Biggest win in ODI (with balls remaining)

Winner TeamOpponent Team Balls Remaining England Canada 277 balls Sri Lanka Zimbabwe 274 balls Sri Lanka Canada 272 balls Nepal USA 268 balls New Zealand Bangladesh 264 balls India Sri Lanka 263 balls Australia West Indies 259 balls

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