Windies claim series after second match ends in no result


August 29, 2016
AP West Indies' Carlos Brathwaite, center, and his teammates pose with the trophy after winning the two-match Twenty20 international cricket series 1-0 against India, yesterday in Lauderhill, Florida. Play was called off due to rain Sunday afternoon. (AP Photo)


The second Twenty20 International of the two-match series between West Indies and India ended in a no result at the Central Broward Regional Park stadium here yesterday.

Umpires called off the match after a delay caused by rain and concerns about problem areas on parts of the outfield.

The start of the match was delayed by nearly an hour because of "technical reasons".

India were 15 without loss after bowling out West Indies for 143 in 19.4 overs, with Johnson Charles hitting a top score of 43. West Indies have won the two match series 1-nil.

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