Bizarre end as Windies blow chance in thrilling tie: 3rd ODI (Kingston)

Skipper Darren Sammy was run out with just two balls remaining in an incredible finish as the West Indies tied the ODI. The Windies had earlier fought back from 78 for five to give them a winning chance. Earlier, Australia slumped from 202 for four to 208 for nine, with Brett Lee, Clint McKay and Xavier Doherty all out for ducks. The five-match series remains finely poised at 1-1.3rd ODI (Kingston), Mar 2012



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