IND vs. WI: The Indian cricket team lost by 2 wickets in their second T20 match against the West Indies. This leaves Team India now 2-0 down in the 5-game T20I series. Team India, who lost two games in a row, can now step onto the field with a different squad in the third T20. Two important changes in the team in particular are clearly visible in the coming games.
Will these players be dropped from the team?
Sanju Samson can be knocked out of 11th place in third T20 against West Indies. While Sanju consistently played good innings in the ODI format, his poor performance continues into the T20s as well. In the first game of the current series against the West Indies, Samson returned to the pavilion after just 12 runs. And in the second match, he only made it for seven runs. As for Samson’s last 5 innings, he’s hit 30, 15, 5, 12 and 7 runs. That means he hasn’t managed to surpass 30 in any game, let alone 50. In such a situation, he can be eliminated from the team in the third T20.
A sword is also attached to this player
On the other hand, apart from Samson, Shubman Gill, who opened for the team, also performed very poorly on the West Indies tour. Aside from game three of the ODI series, Gill hasn’t played a good innings throughout the tour. Gill scored 85 runs in that match. Speaking about the T20 series, Gill was eliminated in the first game after scoring just three runs. At the same time, this hitter scored only 7 runs in the second game. In such a situation, in the third T20, one of the players can sit out Gill and Samson. If either of these two players leaves the team, Yashasvi Jaiswal can step in. Jaiswal recently scored 625 runs in the 2023 IPL and this player is still waiting for his T20 debut.
how was the game
West Indies defeated India by 2 wickets in the second T20 game. In the second T20, Team India captain Hardik Pandya won the toss and decided to bat first. India gave the West Indies a target of 153 runs, which the Windies team easily achieved. West Indies pursued this goal by scoring 155 runs in 8 wickets in 18.5 overs.