Ewin Lewis storms into England squad, Windies gave huge target of 357 runs

Oval: West Indies made a huge total of 356 runs for five wickets against England in the fourth one-day international at The Oval on Sunday, with the storm of 176 runs by opener Evin Lewis. Lewis was in a position to make a double century but in the 47th over, the ball of Jack Ball hit on his feet, due to which he had to leave the field after retired hurt. He played 130 balls in his innings and hit 17 fours and seven sixes.
Lewis, the highest scorer in his career, has also become the highest scorer in the international cricket to be retired hurt batsman. He broke the records created in 1877 by the charles Bannerman. The Bannerman first scored 165 runs in the Test match and retired hurt. After losing the toss, the offer to first bat to the West Indies was not good. West Indies lost Chris Gayle (two), Inning Hope (11) and Marlon Samuels (one) in 33 runs.
Jason Mohammed (46) and captain Jason Holder (77) gave their side good support while Rovman Powell remained unbeaten on 28 runs. Louise shared a 117-run partnership for the fourth wicket with Mohammed, while being the retired hurt, he added 168 runs for the fifth wicket with the holder. Holder made four fours and six sixes in his 62-ball knock. Chris Woakes was the most successful bowler from England. He took three wickets for 71 runs.