The Classy Virat Kohli Upgraded Chris Gayle

The classy Virat Kohli upgraded Chris Gayle, which was rampant as India defeated the West Indies with six wickets on Wednesday, the third and last day international at Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad. After Gayle blazed 72 by turning the 7th homeside to 240 at 35 overovers, he set a modified goal of 255 based on the DLS scoring method. Kohli is an invincible 114-his second consecutive ODI back-15 extra balls, grouping 4 players into 256 teams.

Man of the Match and Man of the Series

In his 14th cannon and 99 balls, 43 ODI back-off 99 balls affected the series as a whole, doubling the acclaim of 'Man of the Match' and 'Man of the Series'. A flat chase took place in the sky and India struck 2-0 after their first game last week in Guyana with floodlights on. Jane on Collie's pursuit of another success will cause Jason Holder and his West Indies team to warn the Indian captain what to offer with bats in two upcoming tests in Antigua and Jamaica. It was important to switch big innings in this series, but I have to admit to Shreyas (Iyer) 's role in these two matches. He gave himself a big case after winning.

We also did a really good job of keeping the West Indies at a level that was totally manageable. However, the inning of the inning ended, but when champion Batman was held on the 11th, the pioneer Shai Hope lost the direct opportunity missed by Keemo Paul in all rounds. He has received excellent support from Shreyas Iyer for 120 innings in three thirds, as well as in previous matches, with 65 innings of 41 balls in 65 innings, with 65 innings decisively declining India's way as the left arm spinner Fabian Allen shook briefly.

Fired Shikhar Dhawan and Rishabh Pant the same. Alan also influenced the fall of the hit Sharma as the first wicket in the inning, but was unable to complete seven assignments due to injuries to guard the boundary. While Kohli held a rally at the end of the game, Gayle was the first to steal the show. Gale has earnestly condemned Indian bowling players after the holder selected his first batter, with his final ODI potential in 20 years of international career hoping to represent the Caribbean while defending the World T20 title for 14 months in Australia.

Occupies only 41 balls with 5 6, 8 4 and distinguishes his typical breeding innings. The opening partner, Evin Lewis, made bold attempts with the most destructive power heaters in the international competition, and 43 innings were decorated with 3-6, 5-4 in 29 deliveries. Their shock brought the West Indies to 114 after 10 overovers, with the 10 most productive start to ODI since the 2015 World Cup.

But Lewis was then bowled by Yuzvendra Chahal, who turned his legs, and Gail struck Cali Ahmed. When he left the stadium, the way Indian players rated the 39-year-old inning and his appreciation of the applause he started left a clear impression that he had his final ODI innings.

Heavy price payment

A long non-strike followed and the West Indies lost their wickets in a mad sortie to run to resume. Ahmed brought two more turnstiles to become the most successful bowler. Mohammed Shami picked up two turnstiles, but whirlwinds (Chhal, Kedar Jadhav, Yuzvendra Chahal) were the most economical in India during the frenzied innings. Holder evaluated his team's efforts and said, "We paid the price to stop Collie today, but we felt that we weren't as executed as the bowling unit. There is still a lot of work to be done at every level of cricket and we need to switch quickly through the test series starting next week.

India's wicket Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Dhoni was a remarkable omission announced by the Cricket Committee on Thursday 20th in a squad for the third month next month against South Africa in the squad. Donny traveled to West Indies in India as he began to serve as honorary colonel in the army, while patrolling in conflicting Jammu and Kashmir. There was also speculation that India would retire after struggling after the elimination of the semifinals in the recently finalized World Cup. Aside from the inclusion of all-round Hardik Pandya on behalf of fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar, the team hasn't changed with the team that won the T20 Series 3-0 in the Caribbean.

India beats South Africa in Dharamsala (September 15), Mohali (September 18) and Bangalore (September 22). Components: Virat Kohli (Captain), Rohit Sharma (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, K.L. Rahul, Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Rishabh Pant (wicket-keeper), Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Krunal Pandya, Washington Sundar, Rahul Chahar, Khaleel Ahmed, Deepak Chahar, Navdeep Saini.

Captain Jason Holder of the West Indies

Jason Holder eventually won the fight against Virat Kohli in India, but tourists came fifth in the stump on the opening day of the second and final test series at Sabina Park on Friday, finishing fifth in the stump. Collie led the workers-like effort at India's top orders with carefully crafted innings, seeking 28 victories over Mahendra Singh Dhoni, with 28 wins except for two consecutive knockouts. 76. Folded in four hours to meet the 163 delivery deadlines, the holder's dismissal at the last session held at the ticket gates seems to have given the West Indies an opportunity to limit their opponent's progress in Jamaica.

But Hanuma Bihari (42 eyes) and young wicket / Batman Lee Shabu Pants (27 eyes) still stayed together to leave the homeside with considerable effort, seeking a series of levelings in their first innings in India. A week before, 318 victories in the first test held in Antigua. Vihari and Pant already resume in the second morning with a sixth place partnership of 62 runs. Holder's Collie dismissal offered the seam bowler the third turnstile.

With the extra burden on strike baller Shannon Gabriel's lack of stamina, the home captain ended the day with three impressive figures out of 20 trained overhead 39. At green pitch, it was Holder who made a breakthrough on his side after putting India on the start date. He was attacked in 30 minutes and eliminated K.L. Rahul made his first debut with a brief catch of Rahkeem Cornwall, who debuted at the first slip.

One of the two new to the senior international cricket of Homeside, a 26-year-old off-spinning all-rounder weighing 143kg, made his first success with the ball as he extended the run of Cheteshwar Pujara. Batman, who scored low in the series, was caught in the second half, which incorrectly cut Cornwall's third place by Shamarh Brooks.

Kohli joined Mayank Agarwal, and the third Jack controlled the situation either progressively at 69 points either way during lunch. Agarwal reached the third and a half century of his international career before becoming the holder's second turnstile through another first slip catch of tilling Cornwall. Cornwall replaced medium-sized Miguel Cummins in the first test.

Shay Hope failed his fitness test

Shane Dowrich, who was drafted as a wicket in the game for a general injury, Shay Hope failed his fitness test for the damaged hand, and Jama Hamilton was in a senior match in the US Virgin Islands. Became the first cricketer to participate. West Indies level. India kept the same team clean and clean all completed internationals of this campaign and clean the test series for the first time in the Caribbean. There was a worrying moment when the captain of the West Indies and batting legend Sir Vivian Richard was kicked out for treatment when he got sick with help from the scene.

Richard appears to be affected by the intense heat of the morning while working as a commentator on the television coverage of the series and participating in pre-match preliminary coverage. Medical officials confirmed the situation to the legendary Batman as a case of heat stroke and understand that he is recovering well.

Score board

India 1st inning
  • K.L. Rahul c cornwall b holder 13
  • A. Agarwal c Cornwall b holder 55
  • C.A. Fujara c brooks b cornwall 6
  • V. collie c hamilton b holder 76
  • morning. La Hane c Hamilton b Roach 24
  • G.H. Bihari Out 42
  • R.R. No pants coming out 27

Extras (B-8, LB-13) 21
Total (5wkt, over 90) 264

Drops in WKTS: 1-32, 2-46, 3-115, 4-164, 5-202. Bat: R.A. Jadeja, I. Sharma, Mohammed Shami, J.J. Bum. Bowling (current): Roach 19-7-47-1; Gabriel 12-0-57-0; Holder 20-6-39-3; Cornwall 27-8-69-1; Chase 12-4-31-0. West Indies: K.C. Brathwaite, J.D. Campbell, S.S.J. Brooks, D.M. Bravo, J.N. Hamilton, S.O. Hetmyer, R.L. Chase, J. O. Holder, R.R.S. Cornwall, K.A.J. Cockroaches, S.T. Gabriel.
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