WORLD CUP: From 79-5 Australia post 288 against West Indies
Australia recovered from 79-5 in 17 overs to post 288 against West Indies in Match 10 of the Cricket World Cup in Nottingham.
The remarkable turnaround was led by Nathan Coulter-Nile’s career-best 92 off 60 balls, the highest score by a number eight in World Cup history. Steve Smith anchored the innings with 73 and Alex Carey played his part in the rebuilding effort, hitting 45.
SUMMARY: Australia 288 all out in 49 overs (Nathan Coulter-Nile 92, Steve Smith 73, Alex Carey 45, Carlos Brathwaite 3-67, Andre Russell 2-41, Sheldon Cottrell 2-56, Oshane Thomas 2-63)