Three injured after section of stand collapses at Durham cricket global

Three injured after section of stand collapses at Durham cricket global

Three injured after section of stand collapses at Durham cricket global

The Yorkshireman took three for 27 on Saturday and now looks to be increasingly settled at global level following a stop-start England career.

This time, paceman Brathwaite damaged England with the ball when, in his only match of the tour - - he was not selected for the Test or one-day worldwide legs - he took three for 20 runs in 3.3 overs.

Brathwaite didn't not feature in the preceding Test series, which England claimed 2-1 after winning the 3rd Test at Lord's.

Hales (43) hit boundaries at will but after looking set to record the fastest England T20I fifty he marched down the wicket to Carlos Brathwaite yorking himself and losing his off stump.

Jonny Bairstow and Jos Buttler looked like they might get England close but in skiddy conditions the Windies' spinners were hard to get away.

West Indies had failed to build upon a typically explosive start from Chris Gayle and fellow opener Evin Lewis, and were restricted to 176 for nine from their allocation of 20 overs, after they were sent in to bat under cloudy skies.

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Two other spectators suffered minor injuries during the second innings of the match, which the West Indies won by 21 runs.

Rather like the last time the sides met in the World Twenty20 final in Kolkata a year ago, England were on top for much of this game only to finish on the wrong end after losing the plot in the later stages.

Gayle's milestone moment arrived from his seventh delivery, dispatching David Willey over midwicket, and he followed that up by crashing the next ball over the bowler's head, narrowly missing a media box window.

England's response got off to a bad start with Jason Roy caught for a first-ball duck, and Hales was dropped on zero before he was bowled by Brathwaite having smashed eight fours and one six.

The 37-year-old Gayle, in common with several senior West Indies players, had been involved in a bitter dispute with Caribbean cricket chiefs.

There will also be another chance for Surrey's Tom Curran to show his worldwide credentials after taking five wickets in his first double-header against South Africa.

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