West Indies lost three wickets in quick succession in their T20 World Cup clash against Australia, even as Evin Lewis dealt in boundaries to push the scoreboard to 53/3 after 7 overs. The out-of-nick Chris Gayle was the first to go, castled by Pat Cummins for 15. Nicholas Pooran and Roston Chase couldn't hang around for long either as Australia clawed their way back into the contest. Lewis is, however, looking in terrific rhythm in the middle and is now burdened with the responsibility of guiding West Indies to a fighting total.
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