The outcomes were completely predictable. At home, India whitewashed a poor West Indies team. On Friday, India lost to West Indies in the series’ third and final one-day international (India vs West Indies, 3rd ODI Match) at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The match was won by Rohit Sharma and his team by 96 runs, putting the series at 3-0.
The toss was won by India, and they chose to bat first. The top order (Rohit Sharma 13, Shikhar Dhawan 10, and Virat Kohli) struggled at first.
Then, in the middle order, two young Turkish batters stepped in and took charge of India. By averaging 110 from 124 balls, Shreyas Iyer (60 off 111 balls) and Rishabh Panth (56 off 54 balls) provided India oxygen. The game was taken over by Washington Sundar (33 off 34 balls) and Deepak Chahar (36 off 36 balls), who came to bat at the helm. A total of 53 runs were scored on the scoreboard during their duet. In the allotted overs, India scored 275 runs. Jason Holder created a name for himself with the West Indies. I took four wickets.
The latest match’s aim for Windid was 26. However, due to the pressure of Indian bowlers, Nicholas Puran’s squad was unable to complete the entire 50 overs on this day. In 36 overs, their innings was limited to 189 runs. The West Indies continue to lose wickets at a steady rate. The first five wickets were all taken for eight runs. Odin Smith, an all-rounder who bats at No. 9 in the Caribbean batting order, became the team’s leading scorer. He bowled a sensational cameo innings of 36 runs in 16 balls. He reminded franchisees the day before the IPL super auction that his words should be taken into account during the auction.
Alzari fought Joseph (29 off 56 balls) and Hayden Walsh all the way to the end (13 off 36 balls). However, the contest was long past out of their control. Mohammad Siraj and the legendary Krishna both grabbed three wickets for India. Kuldeep Yadav and Deepak Chahar both captured two wickets.
The two teams will enjoy a five-day break for the time being. ‘City of Joy’ is the following stop. At the Eden Gardens in Kolkata, the Rohit-Pollards will play a three-match T20 series.
The series begins on Wednesday, February 18th (Wednesday), continues on Friday, February 20th (Saturday), and concludes on Sunday, February 20th (Sunday) (Sunday). KL Rahul, the vice-captain, and all-rounder Akshar Patel have been left out of India’s upcoming T20 series against the West Indies. Due to injuries, these two cricketers will not be able to play. Ruturaj Gaikwad and Deepak Hooda took their seats. On Friday evening, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) issued a statement.