A maiden century from George Bailey and another inspired bowling performance from the emerging Mitchell Starc helped Australia beat the West Indies by 54 runs in the second one-day international at the WACA Ground on Sunday.
Australia's fast bowler Mitchell Starc (centre) celebrates taking one of his five wickets for 20 runs during the one-day international cricket match between Australia and the West Indies at the WACA ground on February 1, 2013. A maiden century from George Bailey and Starc's bowling helped Australia beat the West Indies by 54 runs in the second one-day international.
Set 267 to win after Bailey's unbeaten 125 rescued the Australian innings, the West Indies were cruising at 159 for three in the run chase, before the return of Starc to the attack turned the match again as the tourists were bowled out 212 in the 39th over.
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