West Indies ace Rovman Powell smashes press box window as he hits century

WEST INDIES batsman Rovman Powell broke a window whereas claiming his maiden one-day worldwide century.

Powell steered the Windies into the Tremendous Six of the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier with a convincing fifty two-run victory over Eire in Zimbabwe.

The West Indian scored a stunning lower than run-a-ball one hundred and one with seven fours and as many sixes to carry the Windies from eighty three for 5 to 257 for eight.

Eire regrouped from 32-three to maneuver to 166-four however the departures of Ed Joyce (sixty three) and Kevin O'Brien (38) within the thirty seventh over put West Indies in management.

A video posted on social media by Cricket World Cup exhibits the batsman breaking the press box window with the final of his seven sixes.

The footage concludes with the centurion leaving his autograph on the cracked panel.

 Rovman Powell broke the press box window with the last of his seven sixes

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Rovman Powell broke the press box window with the final of his seven sixes
 Powell signed off in style after his match-winning contribution

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Powell signed off in fashion after his match-profitable contribution

Along with Powell's century, Kemar Roach's bowling was massively essential to West Indies' win as his figures of four-27 included the very important wickets of Joyce and Kevin O'Brien.

Kesrick Williams additionally took 4 Irish wickets together with the dismissal of skipper William Porterfield for a duck.

Eire will guide a Tremendous Six spot by beating United Arab Emirates on Monday.

The 2 prime after the Tremendous Sixes will qualify for subsequent yr's World Cup in England and Wales.

WEST INDIES batsman Rovman Powell broke a window whereas claiming his maiden one-day worldwide century.