Twenty20 World Cup: West Indies fall to Australia
Chris Gayle of the West Indies (R) plays a shot as Australian wicketkeeper Matthew Wade looks on during the ICC Twenty20 World Cup match between Australia and West Indies in Colombo. PHOTO/AFP
(Reuters) – Australia beat the West Indies by 17 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis method in their rain-affected Group B match in the Twenty20 World Cup at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo today.
Scores: West Indies 191-8 (C. Gayle 54, M. Samuels 50) v Australia 100-1 off 9.1 overs (S. Watson 41 not out)