T20 World Cup Highlights: ENG v AUS

In a highly anticipated match at the Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados, Australia produced a comprehensive performance to outplay England by 36 runs in the T20 World Cup. The Australian team, led by their impressive batting display, set a challenging target of 201/7 in 20 overs.

The English bowlers struggled to contain the Aussie batsmen, who showcased their skills and adaptability to put up a big score.

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In response, the English team struggled to get going, with Adam Zampa’s impressive bowling performance claiming the wickets of Jos Buttler and Phil Salt. The Australian bowlers continued to build pressure on the English batsmen, ultimately restricting them to 165 runs in 20 overs.

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The win takes Australia’s record to two wins out of two in Group B, while England will need to regroup and come back stronger in their next match.


The T20 World Cup is showcasing its intensity and excitement, with teams like Australia and England pushing each other to their limits. As the competition continues, fans can expect more thrilling matches like this one between Australia and England.

T20 World Cup Highlights: UGA v WI

In a lopsided match at the T20 World Cup, the West Indies cricket team dominated Uganda, winning by a massive 134-run margin. The Caribbean team, led by their powerful batting performance, set a target of 174 runs in 20 overs. Johnson Charles top-scored with 44 off 42 balls, while Andre Russell chipped in with a quickfire 30 off 17 balls.

The West Indies bowling unit was equally impressive, with Brian Masaba and Alpesh Ramjani taking two wickets each. Masaba’s spell of 4-31-2 was particularly noteworthy, as he bowled with precision and guile. Akeal Hosein and Alzarri Joseph also picked up five wickets between them, restricting Uganda to a meager 39 runs in 12 overs.

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Uganda’s Juma Miyagi was the top scorer for his team, managing 13 runs off 20 balls. However, it was clear that the Ugandan team was out of their depth against the more experienced West Indies outfit. The result saw West Indies move closer to the knockout stages of the tournament, while Uganda face an uphill battle to make a mark in the competition.

Overall, the West Indies’ all-around performance in T20 World Cup match was a testament to their strength and depth as a team, and they will be looking to carry this momentum into their next match.

By Ritik Sharma

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