West Indies VS England

West Indies VS England

At the top of the order, King hit five sixes and eight boundaries, but the West Indies were reeling at 54-4 as Nicholas Pooran, Shai Hope, and Shimron Hetmyer fell cheaply.

Thanks to a brilliant 82-run innings from Brandon King on Thursday in St. George's, Grenada, the West Indies took a 2-0 lead over England in their five-match Twenty20 International series.

Jos Buttler, the captain of England, won the toss and chose to field, but his bowlers were unable to stop opener King, who amassed 82 runs off of 52 deliveries without giving up a point.

As a result, the tourists were limited to 166-7 in 20 overs, with Alzarri Joseph taking three top-order wickets and Sam Curran (50) being the only England batsman to build on his start.

At the top of the order, King hit five sixes and eight boundaries, but the West Indies were reeling at 54-4 after cheaply falling to Nicholas Pooran, Shai Hope, and Shimron Hetmyer.

As soon as Rovman Powell entered the crease, he did not hold back. He hit four sixes and a boundary in one Curran over to reach his fifty runs in just 22 balls

The West Indies finished their innings at 176-7 after scoring 72 runs in the final five overs, with Andre Russell hammering two more sixes at the end.