Statistical highlights of the third match of the ICC Twenty20 World Championships between Australia and West Indies at The Oval. Australia have registered their biggest defeat in the ICC World Twenty20.
David Warner (63 off 53 balls) has recorded his second fifty in Twenty20 Internationals. His career-best is 89 against South Africa at Melbourne on January 11, 2009.
Sulieman Benn is the second fielder after Brett Lee to held three catches in the ICC World Twenty20.
Chris Gayle, with a 23-ball fifty, has recorded the fastest fifty by a West Indian in Twenty20 Internationals, bettering his own record of 26-ball fifty against South Africa at Johannesburg on September 11, 2007.
Gayle's innings of 88 off 50 balls is the highest by a captain in the ICC World Twenty20.
With 16 sixes, Gayle has established a record for most sixes in the ICC World Twenty20, eclipsing the 13 by New Zealand's Craig McMillan.
Gayle has received his third MOM award in Twenty20 Internationals.
Dwayne Bravo (2/31) has registered his best bowling performance in the ICC World Twenty20.
Fidel Edwards (2/34) has produced his best bowling figures in Twenty20 Internationals.
Andre Fletcher (53 off 32 balls) has posted his first half-century in Twenty29 Internationals.
Chris Gayle and Fletcher were associated in a 133-run stand for the first wicket, which is West Indies' second highest in ICC World Twenty20 - the highest being 145 between Gayle and Smith against South Africa at Johannesburg on September 11, 2007.
Brett Lee has become the first Australian to concede 50 runs or more in an innings in Twenty20 Internationals.
West Indies have posted their first victory in the ICC World Twenty20.
Australia have lost both their games to West Indies in Twenty20 Internationals.
West Indies' seven-wicket victory is their biggest win over Australia in Twenty20 Internationals.