GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) Spinners Nathan Lyon and Adam Zampa took three wickets apiece Sunday as Australia skittled the West Indies for 116 off 32.3 overs in the second match of the one-day cricket international tri-series.
Leg-spinner Zampa took 3-16 in 5.3 overs at the National Stadium, while off-spinner Lyon claimed 3-39 from 10 overs. Left-arm quick Mitchell Starc supported well with 2-37.
Johnson Charles top-scored with only 22, while all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite reached 21 before he was last out.
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Starc struck in the first over of the match as Andre Fletcher (4) sliced a drive to backward point.
West Indies rebuilt through Charles and Darren Bravo (19), who shared a second-wicket stand of 44.
But the innings quickly went downhill after Bravo fell, driving low to extra cover off Mitchell Marsh, and Starc removed Charles with a yorker.
West Indies went from 50-1 to 116 all out as Lyon and Zampa took advantage of helpful conditions and some loose stroke play.
Lyon removed the experienced Marlon Samuels (10) and Kieron Pollard (0) off successive balls to keep the top-ranked Australians in control. Samuels was lbw, while the hard-hitting Pollard, man of the match in the hosts' victory over South Africa in the series opener on Friday, holed out to long on.