Different versions, almost different faces from the West Indies field. But the batting hurdles like the last two matches of the ODI series again. Bowlers have tried to fight without getting enough money to fight. But with the batting depth of India not able to.Live Cricket
India beat West Indies by five wickets in Kolkata on the first T-Twenty Has gone ahead in the three-match series.
In the Eden Gardens, on Sunday, the Caribbean could only manage 109 runs. India lost 4 wickets before fifty years ago. But by the end they won the remaining 13 balls left.
Rohit Sharma took over as India’s captain after Virat Kohli rested Winning the toss won the fielding. West Indies made 16 runs in the first two overs. Then the wicket was lost regularly. All the batsmen in the top and middle order were aggressive but none could fire.
The spinners, who bowled the Caribbean after the trio of India’s three pacers, Kuldeep Yadav’s spin was reduced to 63 runs by 7 wickets.
The West Indies crossed the 150-run mark in the 20th over with Faf du Plessis in the 20th over.Live Cricket
Kuldeep took three wickets for 13 runs in 4 overs. Hridayik Pandey’s elder brother, Anuradha allrounder Krunal Pandya, took 1 wicket in the left-arm spin and scored only 15 runs in 4 overs.
Picture: BCCI Picture: BCCI’s tough easy run chase made it difficult for the Caribbean batsmen to bowl. Fast bowlers Oshan Thomas, the newest fast bowler, took the storm Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan returned two injuries to the 147-kilometer speed.
Captain Carlos Brathwaite returned with a spell in the spin bowl to Lokesh Rahul and Rishav Pantak. India’s runs in the eighth overs were 45 for 4 wickets. Tension in the match
Dinesh Kartik’s experienced batting helped India overcome the pressure Manish Pandey’s 19-ball innings was also important. Crunal kept the impression of batting as well as his bat. India lost their unbeaten knock of 21 runs in the last over On the other hand, Kartik remained unbeaten on 31 with 31 runs.
Apart from Thomas and Brathwaite, the great left-arm spinner Kharie Pierre has bowled well. West Indies suffered the fifth bowlers crisis Kieron Pollard and Fabian Allen got 23 runs from two overs. The big difference which has been made in small runs
West Indies: 109/8 in 20 overs (Hope 14, Ramdin 2, Hitman 10, Pollard 14, Bravo 5, Powell 4, Brathwaite 4, Allan 27, Paul 15 *, Pierre 9 *; Umesh 1/36, Khalil 1/16 , Boomrah 1/27, Crunal 1/15, Kuldeep 3/13).
India: 110/5 in 17.5 overs (Rohit 6, Dhawan 3, Rahul 16, Pant 1, Manish 19, Kartik 31 *, Crown 21 *; Thomas 2/21, Paul 0/30, Brathwaite 2/11, Pierre 1 / 16, Pollard 0/12, Allen 0/11).
Result: India won by 5 wickets
Series: India lead 1-0 in the 3-match series
Man of the Match: Kuldeep Yadav