England were guilty of some slightly sloppy batting in what appeared an incredibly simple chase during their T20 World Cup opener against the West Indies, with Jason Roy the first of three early wickets to fall. Roy fell to the bowling of Ravi Rampaul, chipping rather innocuously to short mid wicket, and was followed by Jonny Bairstow, caught and bowled by Akeal Hosein, and Moeen Ali, who was run out in unnecessary fashion by Evin Lewis. It left England 36/3 requiring another 20 runs to win.
Jason Roy did not last long after that six as he chips Rampaul straight to Gayle to depart for 11 as #WestIndies make a breakthrough against #England (21-1).#T20WorldCup | #ENGvWI— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) October 23, 2021
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