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T20WC: Records which tumbled in Windies' knock against Afghanistan

T20WC: Records which tumbled in Windies' knock against Afghanistan

Saint Lucia, June 18 (UNI) Records fell like ninepins as the West Indies totalled a stunning T20 World Cup innings to crush Afghanistan by 104 runs at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium here on Tuesday.

To start with, the West Indies’ total of 218/5 was the highest total by any team at this edition of the Men's T20 World Cup, surpassing the 201/6 Sri Lanka managed against the Netherlands at the same venue and Australia's 201/7 against England in Barbados.

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