The fourth game of the five-game T20 series between India and the West Indies will be played at Central Broward Regional Park Stadium in Florida. About seven years ago, in 2016, a T20 match between India and the West Indies was also played on this ground. A total of 489 runs were scored in that game, but Team India lost by one run.
Indeed, the West Indies scored 245 runs in 20 overs after playing T20 first in Florida. In response, Team India was only able to score 244 runs. India needed to score two runs on last ball to win but MS Dhoni was out and West Indies won the game by one run.
In that game, opener Evin Lewis scored an inning of 100 runs in 49 balls for the West Indies. At the same time, opener Johnson Charles scored 79 runs in 33 balls with him. Both shared a 126-run partnership for the first wicket in 9.3 overs. After that, Andre Russell scored 22 runs, Kieron Pollard 22 and Carlos Brathwaite 14 runs. In this way, the West Indies had set India’s goal of 246 runs.
Team India, hoping for the big score of 246 runs from the West Indies, did not get off to a good start. Opener Ajinkya Rahane was sacked after scoring just seven runs. However, at the other end, Rohit Sharma scored 62 runs in 29 balls. While Virat Kohli could only score 16 runs in 9 balls. After that, KL Rahul took the lead from one end, scoring an unbeaten 110 in just 51 balls. Dhoni scored 43 runs in 25 balls. He was sacked on the last ball as India needed to score two runs with one ball to win.