West Indies beat Uganda with five-star Hosein.

Akeal Hosein's swinging seam-up delivery ravaged Uganda in his opening spell, taking five wickets for 11 runs.  

On a slow Providence surface, West Indies won by 134 runs with the spell. After Hosein's spell, the seamers delivered some great wicket balls. They reduced Uganda to 39 all out, the joint-lowest T20 World Cup total.  

West Indies reached 173 for 5 as Johnson Charles hit 44 off 42 and Andre Russell hit 30 not out off 17.  

Uganda had superb fielding and ball control despite two wasted chances. Despite several West Indies hitters starting, Uganda's slow bowlers held them back.  

Charles innings rarely serve as anchors, but this game was an exception. Even though he hammered some early fours through cover before six-hitting, he only had 24 off 21 balls at powerplay conclusion.  

His presence at the crease helped other batsmen to play more aggressively, with most in the West Indies top order waiting for balls in their vicinity to knock sixes. Rovman Powell's 107-metre bomb off Frank Nsubuga's bowling went over a stand, the biggest of the day.  

West Indies didn't score a six after the 14th over, which speaks to this surface and Uganda's bowling. Russell and Sherfane Rutherford gave West Indies a final push.  

Russell did this well in the final over, hitting Cosmas Kyewuta for two fours through point and two boundaries off the outside edge.  


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