Cricket-Australia v West Indies, second ODI - scoreboard

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Feb 3 (Reuters) - Scoreboard after Australia beat West
Indies by 54 runs in the second one-day international at the
WACA in Perth on Sunday:
    West Indies won the toss and elected to bowl first.
    - - 
    Australia innings
    A. Finch c DM Bravo b Holder          11 
    U. Khawaja c Powell b Roach            3  
    P. Hughes c DM Bravo b Sammy          21       
    M. Clarke b DJ Bravo                  16
    G. Bailey not out                    125
    M. Wade c Sammy b Narine              16
    G. Maxwell b Sammy                     0
    J. Faulkner c Powell b Sammy          39
    M. Johnson not out                    16 
    Extras (lb-10, w-9)                   19                    
    Total (for seven wickets, 50 overs)  266
    Did not bat: M. Starc, C. McKay     
    Fall of wickets: 1-16 2-25 3-56 4-56 5-93 6-98 7-198  
    Bowling: Roach 10-0-51-1, Holder 10-1-56-1 (w-5), Sammy
10-0-48-3 (w-2), DJ Bravo 10-0-67-1 (w-2), Narine 10-0-34-1    
    
    West Indies innings 
    C. Gayle lbw Starc                     4 
    K. Powell lbw b Starc                 83
    R. Sarwan lbw Starc                    0
    DM Bravo lbw Starc                    14
    DJ Bravo c Wade b Maxwell             45
    K. Pollard c Finch b Maxwell           1
    D. Thomas c Wade b Starc               0
    D. Sammy c Faulkner b Maxwell          8 
    J. Holder run out                      9
    S. Narine st Wade b Maxwell           24
    K. Roach not out                       0
    Extras (lb-13 w-11)                   24                    
        
    Total (all out, 38.1 overs)          212
    Fall of wickets: 1-10 2-10 3-33 4-159 5-166 6-166 7-168
8-179 9-209
    Bowling: Mckay 6-0-32-0 (w-3), Starc 8-1-32-5 (w-4),
Faulkner 7-0-40-0 (w-1), Johnson 9-0-32-0 (w-3), Maxwell
8.1-1-63-4    
    - - 
    Australia lead five-match series 2-0.

 (Compiled by Nick Mulvenney, editing by Amlan Chakraborty)
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