Adam Voges century sets up whitewash against West Indies

Austalia Vs West Indies 2013 5th ODI:Adam Voges century helps Australia win series 5-0

West Indies have completed their ODI series with another loss to the Australians and lost the series 5-0 without winning a single match.Adam Voges century helped the Australians towards a target of 274 which the West Indies team struggled to reach.

Statistical Highlights of the 5th ODI of Australia Vs West Indies 2013:

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West Indies won the toss and chose to bowl and had a brilliant start when they got the wicket of Shane Watson of the first ball and had Australia in a post of bother when they were 82 runs for the loss of 4 wickets 

Shaun Marsh and Adam Voges and then between Adam Voges and haddin ensured the Aussies reached a competitive total of 274 runs.

Adam voges century where he carried his bat throughout the innings really helped the Aussies push the lead.While bowling Dwayne Bravo and Tino Best picked up 2 wickets each but were quite expensive giving away 62 and 71 runs respectively.

While bowling the Australia like West Indies got off to a good start picking up an early wicket but things steadied down when Bravo and Charles steadied the innings putting on a partnership of 106 runs.Charles made a brilliant century but besides him it was only pollard who reached 45 runs helping them reach only as close as 17 runs from the Australian target.

Clint McKay and Mitchell Johnson were the pick of the bowlers from the Australian team picking up three wickets each and giving away only 52 and 50 runs respectively.

Australia have now won the Australia Vs West Indies 2013 ODI series 5-0 denying any victory to the West Indies.With Adam Voges century they now have another batsman in their armory for the Indian Tour.

The Adam Voges century was adjudged as the performance of the match.

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