New Zealand have taken an unassailable 2–0 lead in the three-match series by defeating West Indies in the second T20 match on the basis of Glenn Phillips’ stormy century. In the match played at Mount Mongui on Sunday, the New Zealand team completely dominated the visiting team and won the match by 72 runs.
In the match, West Indies captain Kieron Pollard won the toss and invited New Zealand to bat first. In response, the hosts scored a huge total of 238 runs in 20 overs on the basis of Glenn Phillip’s century and Devon Conway’s half-century.
Phillips scored his first international T20 century in his 13th match. With this, he became the fastest player to score a century in international T20 for New Zealand. He hit 10 fours and eight sixes in his stormy innings of 51 balls. Phillips and Conway shared a 184-run partnership for the third wicket. No player could play a big innings from the Caribbean team chasing the huge New Zealand goal and the entire team could only score 166 runs for 9 wickets in 20 overs.