England beat West Indies by six wickets to produce statement start to T20 World Cup

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England beat West Indies by six wickets to produce statement start to T20 World Cup
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England’s men got their T20 World Cup campaign off to a flying start, running roughshod over the West Indies to bowl them out for 55, then reaching their target with 70 balls to spare. Leg spinner Adil Rashid typified England’s dominance, finishing with the absurd figures of four for two, the best he has returned across all 203 of his Twenty20 matches. This was less a repeat of the 2016 World T20 final, more a rehash.

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