The West Indies team won the final game of the 5-game T20 series against India by 9 wickets, also winning the series 3-2. In the 5th T20 game, the Indian team had given the Windies team a target of 166 runs, which they achieved by losing 2 wickets in 18 overs. Brandon King had 85 unbeaten runs for the team. At the same time, an inning of 47 runs with Nicholas Pooran’s bat was also seen.
In pursuit of the goal of 166 runs, the West Indies team did not get off to a good start in this match. The team lost their first wicket in the form of Kyle Myers in just 12 runs. After that, Nicholas Pooran, who came out to bat, began to hit positively, forgetting about the failure of the last two innings.
Puran immediately hit a six in Arshdeep Singh’s first over, while Hardik Pandya quickly advanced the score with back-to-back sixes in the over. Together, Puran and King increased the team’s score to 61 as they lost a wicket in the first 6 overs.
From here, both continued the process of scoring runs at a blistering pace, making the game completely one-sided. Thereafter, when the game was abandoned after 12.3 overs due to bad weather, the Windies team’s score was 117 runs from a loss of 1 wicket. After that, with the start of the game, the Windies team suffered another blow in the form of Puran, who became the victim of Tilak Verma after 47 innings.
Shai Hope, who came onto the field to support Brandon King after Nicholas Pooran returned to the pavilion, didn’t let up the running pace. Brandon King also continued the process of scoring runs at the other end and got the team there in 18 overs in that game. Brandon King played an unbeaten inning of 85 runs while Hope also had 22 runs. In Bowling from India, Arshdeep Singh and Tilak Verma scored 1-1 wickets.
If we talk about the Indian team’s innings in this game, Suryakumar Yadav’s brilliant innings of 61 runs were in it. Yashasvi Jaiswal and Shubman Gill’s bat only showed innings of 5 and 9 runs. Tilak Verma definitely played an inning of 27 runs. Captain Hardik Pandya 14 and Sanju Samson only managed 13 runs. Bowling for the Windies team, Romario Shepherd won four wickets while Jason Holder and Akil Hussain recorded 2-2 wickets.