India won the three-match T20I arrangement 3-0 against West Indies as the Men dressed in Blue dominated Windies by seven wickets in the third T20I here at the Providence Stadium on Tuesday.
Pursuing 147, India lost its opener Shikhar Dhawan (3) in the second over of the innings as he was sent back to the structure by Oshane Thomas. Before long, KL Rahul was likewise sent back to the structure, as he was foxed by Fabian Allen to diminish India to 27/2 in the fifth over.
Captain Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant recovered the innings for the Men dressed in Blue as the team set up a remain of 106 runs, which saw both batsmen raising their separate half-hundreds of years. Both batsmen blended alert with hostility, yet Kohli (59) was rejected in the eighteenth over by Thomas.
At last, Pant and Manish Pandey guaranteed India’s triumph by seven wickets and with five balls to save.
Prior, Kieron Pollard’s thump of 58 keeps running from 45 balls enabled West Indies to post 146 keeps running for the loss of six wickets in the assigned twenty overs in the wake of being approached to bat first.
West Indies got off to an awful begin as the side lost its opener Sunil Narine (2) in the second over of the innings. Deepak Chahar sent the left-gave batsman back to the structure.
Evin Lewis (10) was likewise rejected not long after by Deepak as he had him declared LBW in the fourth finished. Lewis decided on an audit, yet replays demonstrated that the ball was colliding with the stumps, and thus, the side lost their survey.
Deepak continued bowling deadly conveyances, and he had Shimron Hetmyer declared LBW to decrease West Indies to 14/3 in the fourth finished.
Pollard and Nicholas Pooran joined each other at the wrinkle and they recovered the innings for West Indies as the team set up an association of 66 runs, yet their opposition was finished by Navdeep Saini as he expelled Pooran (17), diminishing West Indies to 80/4 in the fourteenth over.
The 32-year-old Pollard raised his 50 years in the fifteenth over, however following arriving at the milestone Pollard (58) was perfect bowled by Saini in the sixteenth over to peg West Indies back.
Debutant Rahul Chahar scalped his first wicket in the eighteenth over as he rejected Windies captain Carlos Brathwaite (10). West Indies batsmen couldn’t get moving in the last overs, however Rovman Powell figured out how to score 16 keeps running off the last over bowled by Saini to enable West Indies to go past the 140-run mark.
Powell stayed unbeaten on 32 while Deepak Chahar scalped three wickets for India.
India and West Indies will presently confront each other in the three-coordinate ODI arrangement, starting August 8.
Brief Scores: India 150/3 (Rishabh Pant 65*, Virat Kohli 59, Oshane Thomas 2-29) rout West Indies 146/6 (Kieron Pollard 58, Rovman Powell 32*, Deepak Chahar 3-4) by seven wickets.