England beats Windies by five runs in final T20
England has beaten West Indies by five runs in the third and final Twenty20 on Thursday, their lone victory in the three-game series, at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown.
England batsman Chris Jordan put the icing on an England total of 165-6 off 20 overs with his unbeaten 27 off nine balls, which included four sixes in the final over, and he added three wickets and a sensational catch to top off the platform set by openers Michael Lumb (63) and Alex Hales (38).
According to News.com.au, West Indies' medium-pacer Krishmar Santokie claimed 2-27 while fellow left-armer, pacer Sheldon Cottrell took 2-37 on debut.
The West Indies chase was rocked early by Jade Dernbach and Jordan before Lendl Simmons (69) and Denesh Ramdin (33) set up a grandstand finish, the report added.
(Posted on 14-03-2014)