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IND vs. WI, 4th T20I


  • India took a 3-1 lead in the series against West Indies
  • Team India won by 59 runs in the fourth match of T20
  • last game of the series today

IND vs. WI, 4th Q20I: India has also won the fourth T20 match against the West Indies, maintaining their dominance. In the match played against the West Indies on Saturday, Team India recorded a one-sided win by 59 runs and took an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-match T20 series. Batting first, India scored 191 runs for the loss of five wickets and then the hosts were eliminated by 132 runs on the strength of brilliant bowling from Avesh Khan and Arshdeep Singh.

Avesh and Arshdeep’s Deadly Skittles

Chasing India’s target of 192 runs, the West Indies team was never able to get the momentum going in this match. Avesh Khan ran Brandon King (13) and Devon Thomas (1) in the opening overs and got India off to a great start. Captain Nicholas Pooran and Rovman Powell then made quick runs but were unable to play big innings. Pooran, who scored 24 runs on eight balls with the help of three sixes, was left out, while Powell, who scored 24 runs on 16 balls, and Kyle Myers, who scored 14 runs on 16 balls, both fell victim to the flip of the card. After half the team returned to the arena in the ninth over, the West Indies were expecting Jason Holder (13) and Shimron Hetmyer (19), but both disappointed once again. After they both returned to the pavilion, the Indian bowlers completed the formalities of dismissing the tail batsmen.


Rohit and Suryakumar got off to a good start

Earlier in the delayed match West Indies won the toss and called India to bat. In response, Rohit and Suryakumar Yadav gave the team a great start with a pairing of 53 runs. After hitting four bounds in the first two overs, Rohit hit two sixes against Obed McCoy in the third. Suryakumar also posted a six and a four in this over. The Indian team scored 25 runs from this finish. Rohit hit another six in the fifth against Akil Hossain (one wicket for 28 runs) to push the team’s score over 50, but this bowler ended his 16-ball inning by bowling it out on the next ball. He hit two fours and three sixes. Like Rohit, Suryakumar was also fired lbw in the sixth over after hitting a six against Alzarri Joseph (2 for 29). He hit one four and two sixes in his 14-ball innings. After the dismissal of both players, goalkeeper Rishabh Pant started with a four and expressed his intentions.

strange pants half a century

Deepak Hooda (21 of 19 balls) and Pant then smartly ran to steal runs and continued to hit the limits in the middle. The team completed a century of runs in the 11th with four from Pant after a ball from McCoy. Joseph made Hooda his second casualty in the 12th and broke his 47-run partnership for third wicket with Pant. Samson hit a four in the same over and then picked up the pace of the run by hitting a six against McCoy in the 15th over. Pant also hit a four on McCoy’s over, but it came out on the last ball. Pant, however, played a brilliant 31-ball 44 inning before being fired.


Akshar scored 20 runs on eight balls

India completed 150 runs in the over 16. But after Pant went to the pavilion, the run rate dropped for some time. Samson and team finisher Dinesh Karthik (6 runs on nine balls) failed to pick up the pace. McCoy dropped Karthik in the 19th over, while Axar Patel hit two sixes in the same over. He pushed the team’s score past 190 by hitting a four on the last ball of the inning. Indian batsmen scored 66 runs from McCoy’s four overs.