West Indies Team Historic Rage in India

West Indies Team Historic Rage in India

West Indies Team Historic Rage in India

West Indies Team Historic Rage in India


The Thiruvananthapuram Porum: India scored West Indies with historical disadvantages in their country, the series was hosted by 3-1
The West Indies team scored 104 runs in the fifth and final one-day series, this is the lowest score against India. The hosts got the target of 105 runs on 1 wicket in 14.5 overs, Rohit Sharma 63 and Virat Kohli were dismissed for 33 runs. Shakhar Dhoni scored 6 runs.

Prior to this, West Indies had to win the first bouncing victory in the West Indies in the cloudy season, captain Jason Holder remained the top scorer with 25 runs, while Smith made some resistance by 24 runs, Bomra and Bhunishwarya Kumar in the first two overs He sent two batsmen back to Palin, Bomra managed to control Shie Hoop at zero, Samuel wanted to handle the team with Bonds, but Jadeja Lift Arm Spin did not give them the opportunity to play more openly.
Young fast bowler Khalil also got 2 wickets, including Holder, and felt his presence, Jadeja took six wickets to clean his hand on the tail.

The West Indies team was out on 104 runs in 31.5 overs, before the Caribbean side was the lowest score 121 against India, which he made in 1997 in Port of Spain.

West Indies Team Historic Rage in India

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