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Alex Hales became the first man to be dismissed for 99 in a Twenty20 International but England still celebrated a seven-wicket win over the West Indies at Trent Bridge.After the West Indies posted 172 for four batting first, Hales and Ravi Bopara (59) put on 159 for the second wicket to turn the game in England's favour.
Following the second One-Day International between England and the West Indies at the Kia Oval, fans of both sides talk about Chris Gayle.They discuss what makes him special - is it his timing, power or attitude?
West Indies fans look back on the second One-Day International at The Kia Oval, where their side was comprehensively beaten - by eight wickets - by England.They talk about Chris Gayle and assess where their side is going wrong, suggesting changes as well.
Fans look back on the opening Test between England and the West Indies at Lord's. They pay tribute to England's performance, lauding Andrew Strauss, Suart Broad, Alastair Cook and Ian Bell in particular.They also look ahead to the second Test at Trent Bridge and pay tribute to an improving West Indies side.
When picking this week's award winner, it is hard to look beyond the Tri-Nations tournament in Zimbabwe and that competition's man of the series, Hamilton Masakadza, who struck 205 runs from his four matches last week - including three half centuries - to lead the hosts to what was an unexpected, albeit very popular, triumph.
West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has been fined 20 percent of his match fee after breaching the International Cricket Council (ICC) Code of Conduct.Bravo publicly criticised the umpires following the match and he was subsequently charged with a Level One offence relating to inappropriate public comment.
The third and final One-Day International between England and the West Indies at Headingley Carnegie in Leeds was abandoned without a ball being bowled.With the rain that has battered the area for the past two days showing no sign of abating, the decision was taken after an inspection at 1315 local time to call the game off, leaving England to claim the series 2-0.
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