IN the three games on Wednesday at Port of Spain’s Queen’s Park Oval, India easily defeated the West Indies.
West Indies were dismissed for 137 while trying to reach a score of 257. A revised target of 257 runs in 35 overs was previously given to West Indies to bat against India. Before play was halted for the second time in the match due to rain, India had reached 225 for three in 36 overs.
After India lost several quick wickets, Sanju Samson joined Shubman Gill in the middle where he was batting unbeaten on 98. Rain stopped play after 24 overs when India had reached 115 for one. India passed the 100-run threshold thanks to fifty-plus scores from Shubman Gill and Shikhar Dhawan.
Due to his constant performance at the top of the order, Shubman Gill was named man of the match and man of the series.
“It was disappointing because I was hoping for 100. Even though I had little control over it because it was raining, I was pleased with my innings. I tried rotating strike because I was upset with how I performed in the first two games “At the conclusion of the game, he said.
To stop the alliance, Hayden Walsh Jr. fired Dhawan on page 58. India earlier chose to bat after winning the toss. Prasidh Krishna takes the position of Avesh Khan in the guests’ only modification. India will play West Indies in the third and final One-Day International at Trinidad’s Queen’s Park Oval after taking an unbeatable 2-0 series lead.
As it attempts to top off a world-record-winning accomplishment with another clean sweep against the West Indies on Wednesday, a vicious Indian squad is unlikely to let off. On Sunday, India defeated the West Indies in the ODI format and won their 12th straight series, which is the most ever against a team.
With a double strike in the 26th over, Chahal finished off the lower order. India defeated the West Indies in the Caribbean with their largest ODI victory because to their outstanding bowling performance.
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