WATCH: Dwayne Bravo Smashes One-Handed Six That Landed On The Roof During 2nd ODI vs Australia

WATCH: Dwayne Bravo Smashes One-Handed Six That Landed On The Roof During 2nd ODI vs Australia

Dwayne Bravo scored 47 runs off 31 balls with the help of 3 sixes and a boundary.

West Indies registered their second consecutive win over Australia in the ongoing T20I series. They won the game by a big margin of 56 runs. The heavy-duty batting unit of the hosts once again pondered over the Aussie bowling line-up with their destructive batting. The West Indies batsmen played some outrageous strokes during the game. But, one shot that hogged the spotlight was Dwayne Bravo’s one-handed six-off, Ashton Agar, that almost went outside the stadium.

Australia won the toss in the 2nd ODI and elected field first. The decision went well in their favor and off-spinner Ashton Agar chipped the first wicket for Australia. He dismissed star opener, Andre Fletcher at a score of 9 runs. Even Chris Gayle failed in clicking a good knock with the bat and got out after scoring just 13 odd runs.

Dwayne Bravo Strikes A One-Handed Six

The visitors had an upper hand in the 2nd ODI until middle-order batsmen Shemron Hetmyer, Dwayne Bravo and Andre Russell played thunderous knocks with their willow. The trio was simply on fire with the bat and Aussie bowlers had no answer for it.

They smashed Aussie bowlers all across the park on the back of their hard-hitting skills. Meanwhile, one stroke that caught everyone’s eyes was DJ Bravo’s single-handed six off Ashton Agar. The Aussie spinner was well aware of Bravo’s intentions. So, he bowled an off-spin on the fourth stump. But, Bravo picked the delivery quite well and went for a single-handed six over mid-on. The stroke even brought cricket fans and commentators on their feet.

Coming onto the match, Hetmyer scored 61 runs off 36 balls and Dwayne Bravo amassed 47 runs off 34 balls. In the end, Andre Russell’s cameo turned out to be cherry on the top as he smoked 24 runs off just 8 deliveries with the help of two sixes and as many boundaries. From Australia, only Mitchell Marsh managed a fifty with the bat and rest other batters failed in clicking a good one with their willow.

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