Gayle and Samuels pummel New Zealand
Sat, Jul 7, '12
It is a rarity these days for West Indies to enter a series as overwhelming favourites but it hasn't taken them long to show how much of a gulf exists between them and New Zealand. On the same Sabina Park track on which New Zealand stuttered to 190 two days ago, West Indies bludgeoned 315 in the second ODI. It was a more comfortable win than the 55-run margin suggests, and despite BJ Watling's enterprising innings, New Zealand never really threatened to pull off a win.
Contrasting centuries from local heroes Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels kept the Jamaican crowd entertained in the morning, as the innings unfolded with the noisy chorus of vuvuzelas in the background
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