India vs West Indies 2nd ODI at Vizag, West Indies gives India a tough fight and second ODI has tied here in the second ODI India vs West Indies tonight.
India vs West Indies 2nd ODI at Vizag, West Indies gives India a tough fight and second ODI has tied
The second ODI between India and the West Indies was played in Visakhapatnam.
The Caribbean team teamed up with this thrill-filled match.
The hosts were to make 5 runs for the team to win the last ball. On the strike, Shai Hope hit the ball on the last ball and kept the match tie.
The Indian team is still ahead 1-0 in the five-match series.
The third ODI between the two countries will now be played on Saturday.
Virat Kohli was selected as the man of the match for his finest innings
In this match, India batted first by winning the toss and scored 321 for 6 in 50 overs.
Virat Kohli scored an unbeaten 157 in India’s favour.
To win the match, the visiting team had the goal of 322 runs, but the Caribbean team did not succeed in winning the match on the basis of an innings of 123 not out by Shaie Hope.
West Indies made 321 runs in 7 overs in 50 overs. At one time it seemed that the team of Indies would win the match but at the last minute, the Indian bowlers made a good comeback and kept the match has gone a tie.
Shaie Hope’s brilliant hundred, Hetmayr fired half-century
In the second innings Mo. Shami gave India the first breakthrough and West Indian opener Karyan Powell was caught by Rishabh Pant at 18 runs.
Powell scored 18 runs in this match. India’s Chanaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav made his majestic batting clean-up for 32 runs by scalping Hemraj.
Hemraj was batting fast and he scored 32 off 24 balls with the help of six fours. Kuldeep also gave the third blow to the West Indies. This spinner bowled Samuels for 13 runs.
After this, Yuzvendra Chahal gave the fourth and greatest success to India by dismissing Hetmayar.
This leg-spinner smashed Hashmeyr out of the hands of Kohli at 94 runs.
West Indies’ fifth wicket as Powell was caught by Rohit Sharma on Kuldeep spin ball.
He scored 18 runs in 18 balls. Captain Jason Holder was run out by 12 runs.
Ashley Nurse was caught by catching five runs. Shay Hopp remained unbeaten on 123 runs He scored the first one against India and the second century of his ODI career.
On behalf of India Kuldeep Yadav got three wickets while Shami, Umesh Yadav and Chahal took one wicket each.