West Indies have lost a couple of wickets in the first half of their innings in their T20 World Cup Group B clash against Zimbabwe. Blessing Muzarabani struck in his first over, getting rid of the dangerous Kyle Mayers to give the Chevrons a vital breakthrough. It was the short of length delivery and Mayers went for the pull, but Muzarabani generated extra bounce because of his height and Mayers could only sky it straight up off the top-edge, as Regis Chakabva steadied himself underneath. Evin Lewis then fell prey to Sikandar Raza in the 10th over, as the scoreboard read 77/2.
UPDATE | At the halfway mark, West Indies 78-2 (Johnson Charles 39*, Nicholas Pooran 1*; Sikandar Raza 1/9, Ryan Burl 0/20)#ZIMvWI | #T20WorldCup
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