A century of 46 balls, the fastest for a New Zealander in T20Is, a slipped knee, a straight shot, two great catches in the outfield – that was the day Glenn Phillips had. He headlined New Zealand’s 72-race clinical win at Mount Maunganui when the hosts took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. to play with one.
Glenn Phillips was in a zone of its own. On a wicket where even Martin Guptill was difficult to grasp, Phillips had little problem not only navigating the bowlers but also getting them to the cleaning staff. There wasn’t a single bowler he’d spared from his fabulous knock. He was on the money from the first ball and the West Indians’ wrong lines and lengths helped the New Zealand pair dominate them after Tim Seifert and Guptill’s gates left in quick succession.
Phillips of course. He was at his best and confirmed his reputation as a pocket rocket in the New Zealand squad. After a good CPL, he was able to take his chance to run away with just 46 balls in New Zealand’s fastest T20I century. He buckled up ten fours and eight sixs in his innings and scored points all over the park. Most of his runs, however, came in the V with 38 runs in the region.
Conway was the perfect foil for Phillips’ attack. West Indies would have hoped the brief rain break after Phillips’ great start would have halted the momentum they had gained. However, he continued as if it had never happened to Conway, who was fortunate enough to have the best seat in the house. It wasn’t until Phillips was in his nineties that Conway let go and crushed Keemo Paul in the 18th century. for a 23 run to get New Zealand to 200 and itself to its first T20I, only 31 balls removed from fifty balls. Out of 31 out of 25, in terms of just one over, he was 53 out of 32. Phillips fell to 108, but Conway went undefeated in his second T20I innings, 65 of 37.
Guptill was born on Dec.. dropped by skipper Pollard when Mayers was denied a first T20I wicket in his first over on debut. He even survived a leg-to-leg call from Sheldon Cottrell, which West Indies referred to only to find the ball off the leg. They lost that rating but cleverly used their second to get rid of Guptill, who looked very good in his 23-ball 34, of which 32 got within limits with five fours and two sixes. Guptill defied tense times to accelerate as the openers headed for a booth with fifty runs. However, both of them left one after the other to hand over the stage to Conway and Phillips.
Losing early wickets never helps, no matter how many you’re chasing. Kyle Jamieson hit the first ball in the second and knocked Brandon King over with a swinging Yorker. His New Ball spell was accurate, and he mixed it up really well without the batsmen settling. A one-handed direct hit from Phillips then sent the dangerous Andre Fletcher back as the West Indies lost two again on power play.
Debutant Kyle Mayers got promoted and partnered with Shimron Hetmyer, but West Indies were in dire need of some momentum they couldn’t garner. Neesham struck immediately when the change was made when Phillips pulled a screamer in deep midfield. This was followed by the downward trend in the West Indies.
No, although at 28 he was the top scorer. There were a couple of lusty, middle-class West Indian punches with Pollard, Keemo Paul and Fabian Allen clearing the fence with ease, but the total was too much for them to scale, especially against a clever New Zealand bowling and brilliant ground field and to catch. West Indies finished the race with 166 points on the board, despite New Zealand taking in up to 15 extras.
With the series over, West Indies will want to win the last game in the series tomorrow to add some momentum to the tests. New Zealand will keep an eye on whitewash with two dominant appearances.
Short results: New Zealand 238/3 in 20 overs (Glenn Phillips 108, Devon Conway 65 *) def. West Indies 166/9 in 20 overs (Kieron Pollard 28, Keemo Paul 26 *; Kyle Jamieson 2-15, Mitchell Santner 2-41) of 72 runs.
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