ICC WORLD CUP 2019: India beat West Indies by 125 runs

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India beat West Indies by 125 runs

India, on Thursday, continued their winning streak in the ICC World Cup-2019 by defeating West Indies by a huge gap of 125 runs in the ICC World Cup 2019 played in Manchester. This is India's 5th win in 6 matches, while one match was canceled due to rain. India has reached the second spot in the table of 10 teams with 11 points. New Zealand also has 11 points, but India is ahead because of a better run rate.
India, going out of the worst conditions, captain Virat Kohli (72) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (56 not out) scored a scintillating 268 for seven wickets in 50 overs. Then under Mohammad Shami, India won by West Indies by 143 runs in 34.2 overs.

India's sharp bowling (ICC WORLD CUP 2019)

India's batting struggle continued in this match but the bowlers performed well. Shami took 4 wickets. Jasprit Bumrah and Yuzvendra Chahal won 2-2. Hardik Pandya and Kuldeep Yadav managed to take 1-1 wicket.

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The start of the West Indies' team to chase the target of 269 runs on the difficult wicket was very bad. Shami and Bumrah, troubled by their swing with the opening pair of Chris Gayle and Sunil Ambris. Shami finally sent Gayle (6) to the pavilion on the total of 10 on the 5th ball of the 5th over.

Pandya Becomes Trouble for West Indies (ICC WORLD CUP 2019)

Shami gave another blow to West Indies by beating Shai Hope(5). Here Sunil and Nicholas Pooran took over the team. Both of them brought the team's score to 71, but this time Pandya became trouble for the West Indies. He ended Sunil's 31-run innings. After 9 runs, Puran was hunted by Kuldeep. Pooran scored 28 runs.

Before Windies captain Jason Holder could understand the wicket, Chahal ended his 6-run innings and scored 98 for 5 in the stipulated 20 overs.

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From here, India did not have any trouble winning again. Carlos Brathwaite (1), Fabian Allen (0), Shimron Hetmyer (18), Sheldon Cotterell (10) and Oshane Thomas (6) quickly returned to the Pavilion.

Windies bowlers did upset (ICC WORLD CUP 2019)

The Indian batsmen, however, were tested by the Windies bowlers. India was in a critical condition and Dhoni was batting too slow in this match. But after Kohli left, the former captain took responsibility and gave his team a respectable score while playing according to the situation. Dhoni scored 16 runs in the last over with two sixes and one four. In his unbeaten innings, Dhoni faced 61 balls and hit three fours and two sixes.

Opener Lokesh Rahul also scored 48 runs. The pitch of the ground is suitable for slow bowlers and cutters. The holder took advantage of this and cut the cutter, which was beautifully moved between Rahul's bat and pad.

Skipped Dhoni stumping

After catching two important catches, Hope did what is not expected of the club-level wicketkeeper. Spinner Allen, who was included in the last-11 in the match, came in throwing the 34th over and Dhoni tried to beat him out. Dhoni missed and was two feet out, but Hope made a mistake and gave life to Dhoni.

Dhoni took advantage of it. However, he was batting very slow at the time, which led to the half-century-old captain thinking he should put his foot on the accelerator. Kohli played a strong shot on Holder's extremely small ball which went straight into Darren Bravo's hands-on short midwicket. The captain faced 82 balls and hit 8 fours.

Pandya didn't take a bigger shot. He also took one, two runs. He scored 46 with five fours on 38 balls. Pandya and Dhoni shared 70 runs. Roach took 3 wickets for the Windies. Cottrell and Holder had 2-2 successes.


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ICC WORLD CUP 2019: India beat West Indies by 125 runs ICC WORLD CUP 2019: India beat West Indies by 125 runs Reviewed by Cricket Info Tak on June 28, 2019 Rating: 5

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