Windies trail Aussies after losing opening T20 international

The West Indies are now trailing Australia 1-0 in their three match T20 international series after losing the opening contest by 11 runs in Hobart on Friday.

Chasing 214 for victory, the Caribbean side came up short at 202-8 off their allotted overs. Jamaica's Brandon King far top scored with 53, while fellow opener Johnson Charles made 42.

Jason Holder also cracked 35 off 15 balls. Another Jamaican, Andre Russell could only muster 1. Adam Zampa took 3-26 for the Australians. 

Earlier, the Australians posted 213-7 after being sent to bat.
Man of the Match David Warner led the way with 70, while Josh Inglis made 39 and Tim David 37.

Matthew Wade also contributed 21, as Russell took 3-42. The second T20 International takes place on Sunday in Adelaide. 

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