A sweeping victory by India and another commendable performance proves that India deserves to be numero uno in ODI’S. West Indies won the toss but unfortunately lost the match to India and was defeated by 9 wickets.
History has it, West Indies haven’t beaten India since 2006. After 2011, India hasn’t lost 2 matches in a series against in Windies. The match is hosted this time in Thiruvananthapuram. The last time an ODI was hosted here, it was 30 years ago.
Ravindra Jadeja was the man of the match for his 4-wicket haul, while captain Virat Kohli walked away with the man of the series award
The current captain of the West Indies team Jason Holder chooses to bat first.
West Indies brought in Devendra Bishop and Oshane Thomas in place of Ashley Nurse and Hemraj Chandrapaul and the field for the Indian team remained unmoved.
The first quantum leap for the Indian team was given by Bhuvaneshwar Kumar in the first over as Kieran Powell goes for the move but edges it and Dhoni takes the catch.
Shai Hope sidled a Jasprit Bumrah delivery onto his stumps in the second over.
After the maiden over, Ravindra Jadeja wallops and spoons a catch to Kolhi to take a wicket at the 12th Over.
Another wicket for Jadeja was taken at the 16th Over and Shimron Hetmyer heads back to the pavilion.
A great bash by Bumrah as he takes the wicket of Fabian Allen by spooning a catch to Kedar Jadhav in the 23rd Over.
Its a wicket for Khaleeli Ahmed as Holder hits to the mid-off for Kedar to take the catch in the 26th Over.
Kuldeep Yadav takes his opening wicket in the 29th Over with the Windies scoring a 94/8.
Ravindra Jadeja gets his third wicket in the 32nd Over and Kemar Roach is declared out!
Oshane Thomas lost his last wicket to Jadeja making it his fourth wicket in the game in the.
The Windies were all out by 31.5 Overs and scored a total of 104 runs which was smoothly accomplished by India by the Over 14.5.