Team India has taken an unassailable 0-2 lead in the three-match ODI series against West Indies. The hero of the series victory against the West Indies is Shreyas Iyer, who scored half a century while batting in difficult conditions in both matches. Shreyas Iyer, however, regrets not being able to score a century against the West Indies. Iyer has expressed the hope that he will definitely be able to do it in the third ODI.
Before the start of this series, questions were raised about Shreyas Iyer’s weakness against short balls. Iyer is trying to get over this. He said: “I have been working with Dravid and Rathore for many years. I am working hard against short ball. Wickets and conditions keep changing. You have to come back for the match. If you are fit then you can do it.
Iyer further said: “I am extremely fortunate to have contributed to the team’s victory by scoring two half-centuries against the West Indies. But I have to turn my fifty into hundreds. You don’t get many chances in international cricket. I had a chance but I couldn’t redeem him. In the next game, my effort will be to score a century.
Let us tell you that Iyer’s record in ODI cricket is very good. Shreyas Iyer has scored 1,064 runs in 26 innings played so far. Iyer has scored 11 half centuries and a century in ODI cricket. However, Iyer currently has a chance to play at number three. But following the return of Virat Kohli, Iyer will have to return to No.