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In pics: West Indies win 2nd World T20 title

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: April 3, 2016, 11:32 PM IST
West Indies team celebrating with the ICC World Twenty20 2016 trophy after their win against England in a thrilling final. (Getty Images)
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West Indies team celebrating with the ICC World Twenty20 2016 trophy after their win against England in a thrilling final. (Getty Images)

West Indies needed needed 19 off the last over and Brathwaitehis four sixes in a row to make West Indies the champions. (Getty Images)
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West Indies needed needed 19 off the last over and Brathwaitehis four sixes in a row to make West Indies the champions. (Getty Images)

Chasing 156 to win, West Indies reached the target in 19.4 overs to become the World T20 winners for the second time. (Getty Images)
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Chasing 156 to win, West Indies reached the target in 19.4 overs to become the World T20 winners for the second time. (Getty Images)

West Indies players celebrate after their team's four-wicket win over England in World T20 final. (Getty Images)
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West Indies players celebrate after their team's four-wicket win over England in World T20 final. (Getty Images)

Chris Gayle took off his team jersey to celebrate their win at the Eden Gardens. (Getty Images)
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Chris Gayle took off his team jersey to celebrate their win at the Eden Gardens. (Getty Images)

Marlon Samuels scored a match-winning knock of 85 runs off 66 balls with nine fours and two sixes. (Getty Images)
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Marlon Samuels scored a match-winning knock of 85 runs off 66 balls with nine fours and two sixes. (Getty Images)

Ben Stokes looks dejected while Joe Root is trying to console him after the loss against West Indies in the final. (Getty Images)
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Ben Stokes looks dejected while Joe Root is trying to console him after the loss against West Indies in the final. (Getty Images)

Dwayne Bravo picked up three wickets in his quota of four overs to derail the Caribbean innings. (Getty Images)
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Dwayne Bravo picked up three wickets in his quota of four overs to derail the Caribbean innings. (Getty Images)

Samuel Badree dismissed Jason Roy for a duck and Eoin Morgan for 5 to give West Indies a good start in the final. (Getty Images)
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Samuel Badree dismissed Jason Roy for a duck and Eoin Morgan for 5 to give West Indies a good start in the final. (Getty Images)

Joe Root scored a brilliant 54 off 36 balls to steady the England innings after the early blows. (Getty Images)
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Joe Root scored a brilliant 54 off 36 balls to steady the England innings after the early blows. (Getty Images)

Jos Buttler made 36 off 22 balls and had a solid stand with Root. (Getty Images)
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Jos Buttler made 36 off 22 balls and had a solid stand with Root. (Getty Images)

Jason Roy looks dejected after getting bowled for a duck on the second ball of the match. (Getty Images)
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Jason Roy looks dejected after getting bowled for a duck on the second ball of the match. (Getty Images)

Andre Russell got rid of Alex Hales for just 1 as England's top order crumbled against WI bowlers. (Getty Images)
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Andre Russell got rid of Alex Hales for just 1 as England's top order crumbled against WI bowlers. (Getty Images)

Carlos Brathwaite was the best bowler from West Indies. He too three wickets and gave away just 23 runs in 4 overs. (Getty Images)
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Carlos Brathwaite was the best bowler from West Indies. He too three wickets and gave away just 23 runs in 4 overs. (Getty Images)

After his 54-run knock took England to 155/9, Root dismissed Johnson Charles (1) and Chris Gayle (4) in one over to put England on top. (Getty Images)
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After his 54-run knock took England to 155/9, Root dismissed Johnson Charles (1) and Chris Gayle (4) in one over to put England on top. (Getty Images)

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