Highlights India vs West Indies 2017, cricket result, 2nd ODI: Visitors hammer hosts to win by 105 runs

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Highlights India vs West Indies 2017, cricket result, 2nd ODI: Visitors hammer hosts to win by 105 runs
  • 03:38 (IST)

    After Ajinkya Rahane's 3rd ODI ton, Bhuvneshwar and Kuldeep took 5 wickets between them to rip the heart out of West Indies batting taking India 1 up in the 5-match series. The 3rd ODI will take place on Friday in Antigua. We hope to see you again! Goodnight and thank you for tuning in today.

  • 03:25 (IST)

    Ajinkya Rahane, is adjudged the Man of the Match: I was really hungry today. Lovely to open with Shikhar as he is in great form and we understand each other well. We compliment each other well. The pitch was damp initially but we also wanted to play our shots. Me and Shikhar decided to play normal cricket till the 9th over and then take it from thereon.

  • 03:22 (IST)

    Virat Kohli, India captain: Well, it was a complete performance. The openers set it up nicely and then it me and Rahane with Dhoni and Kedar at the backend. Jinx (Ajinkya) has been working hard but unfortunately couldn't get an opportunity in Champions Trophy, with Rohit and Dhawan going great guns. If I get 5 more runs for the team rather than I get my 13 runs that would make me happy.

  • 03:19 (IST)

    Jason Holder, West Indian captain: We didn't bowl really well. The openers Shikar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane are quality players and they played some really good shots. We need to rethink (about the changes in the squad) as we go to Antigua after this. Unfortunately, we couldn't get the momentum going.

  • 03:16 (IST)

    310 was always a tough ask for this West Indian side. The hosts never recovered after the loss of Kieran Powell and Jason Mohammed. Shai Hope's batting must be appreciated, his enterprising innings of 81 was ended by Kuldeep Yadav. The left-arm chinaman ended up with three wickets. Hope's wicket crushed whatever little chance Windies had and then everything was just India's way. West Indies didn't show any motive to win.

  • 03:08 (IST)

    Most wins from first 27 ODIs as a captain among Asians:
     
    20 - VIRAT KOHLI*
    19 - Shoaib Malik, Marvan Atapattu, Waqar Younis, Mashrafe Mortaza, Mahela Jayawardene 

  • 03:08 (IST)

    Biggest wins for India in ODIs in West Indies: (By runs) 
     
    257 v Bermuda, Port of Spain, 2007 
    105 v West Indies, Port of Spain, 2017*
    102 v West Indies, Port of Spain, 2013 
     
     

  • 03:06 (IST)

    More than India it seemed like the West Indies wanted this match to be completed quickly. India win by 105 runs. This is India's biggest ODI win against the Windies in the Caribbean islands.

  • 03:03 (IST)

    110 off 6 balls with 4 wickets in hand. Laughable.

  • 03:03 (IST)

    After 40 overs,West Indies 191/6 ( Roston Chase 25 , Ashley Nurse 13)

    Yuvraj has bowled the penultimate over. How many times do we see this happening, goes for 3.

  • 03:01 (IST)

    West Indies are 9th in ICC ODI rankings, performances such as these are not going to help them into the top 8, which is required to qualify directly for the 50-over World Cup. Question is do they really want to be a part of ODI cricket anymore.

  • 03:00 (IST)

    After 41 overs,West Indies 198/6 ( Roston Chase 29 , Ashley Nurse 16)

    Pandya bowls his 8th over, gives away 7 runs.

  • 02:59 (IST)

    West Indies have been completely outplayed in this tie. The Indian total was too stiff a target for them to chase. The batsmen needed to fire from first ball. But after Bhuvi picked up two early wickets the fight had gone out of them. Just the formalities remain. This was a no contest
     
     

  • 02:59 (IST)

    Champion play's around the ground. That is really the best part of the 2nd innings.

  • 02:56 (IST)

    Pandya's here.

  • 02:56 (IST)

    No intent, no motivation. If this is what the players want to play. Cricket's relevance and point of this series will be questioned.

  • 02:55 (IST)

    After 40 overs,West Indies 191/6 ( Roston Chase 25 , Ashley Nurse 13)

    Yuvraj keeps the line outside the off stump, Ashley Nurse gets thick edge that runs to the third man boundary. Ashwin's chase ends in vain.

  • 02:53 (IST)

  • 02:53 (IST)

    4 more overs to go.

  • 02:52 (IST)

    After 39 overs,West Indies 182/6 ( Roston Chase 23 , Ashley Nurse 6)

    Kuldeep Yadav finishes his spell giving 50 runs off his 9 allotted overs with 3 wickets

  • 02:50 (IST)

    After 38 overs,West Indies 180/6 ( Roston Chase 23 , Ashley Nurse 4)

     Yuvi is quickly getting through the overs. 5 come off it.

  • 02:49 (IST)

    After 37 overs,West Indies 175/6 ( Roston Chase 21 , Ashley Nurse 1)

    Yadav bowls another successful over,  good day to bowl at the Windies with 310 runs on the board and match in the pocket he can bowl with a lot of freedom.

  • 02:46 (IST)

    OUT! Kuldeep Yadav gets his third on ODI debut with the ball! Second stumping for Dhoni off Yadav's bowling. It is the googly again. Holder didn't pick as went down the track to club it out of the ground, so Dhoni had a lot of time to remove the bails as he waited for a second or two before effecting the dismissal, unlike his fast hands.

  • 02:43 (IST)

    Gentle reminder: West Indies are T20 Champions.

  • 02:42 (IST)

    After 36 overs,West Indies 173/5 ( Jason Holder (C) 29 , Roston Chase 20)

    5 runs off Yuvi's 2nd over. 138 runs off 42. This is unreal approach with 5 wickets in hand.

  • 02:41 (IST)

    After 35 overs,West Indies 167/5 ( Jason Holder (C) 25 , Roston Chase 18)

    Only bowler 'leaking' runs is Yadav, even his economy is less than the required rate less than what was required at the start of the innings. Umesh Yadav's figures read: 6-0-36-0.

  • 02:35 (IST)

    After 34 overs,West Indies 158/5 ( Jason Holder (C) 23 , Roston Chase 11)

    Yuvraj finishes a tidy over. Only 2 runs off it.

  • 02:34 (IST)

    Yuvraj comes in to bowl. 

  • 02:33 (IST)

    After 33 overs,West Indies 156/5 ( Jason Holder (C) 22 , Roston Chase 10)

    Holder and Chase get boundaries off Yadav's over. Come on, boys. High time you play some shots Caribbean cricketers are known for.

  • 02:31 (IST)

    Daler Mehndi's song plays on the loudspeaker at the Queen's Park Oval, Trinidad.

  • 02:30 (IST)

    FOUR! Good shot that! Crunched off the back foot on the offside. Nice timing, nice sound.

  • 02:29 (IST)

    SIX! Had to rub my eyes. Yes! Holder smokes Yadav (or as he jersey reads Yaadav) over cover

  • 02:27 (IST)

    After 32 overs,West Indies 144/5 ( Jason Holder (C) 15 , Roston Chase 5)

    Leggie Ashwin bowls it all his last over. One that turns, a long hop, one that doesn't turn, short and wide. But nothing really happens in the over as Holder and Chase collect 4 runs in singles of the over.

  • 02:24 (IST)

    Okay then, Ashwin with his leg spinner comes on to bowl his final over. 

  • 02:23 (IST)

    After 31 overs,West Indies 140/5 ( Jason Holder (C) 13 , Roston Chase 3)

    Hardik Pandya into his 7th over, mixes his pace well to giveaway only 3 runs of the over. Pandya is now using the crease well, comes in and goes wide of the last ball.

  • 02:20 (IST)

    After 30 overs,West Indies 137/5 ( Jason Holder (C) 12 , Roston Chase 1) 

    Ashwin picks up West Indies's fifth wicket. Bowls few leg spinners after that. Holder lofts one over the covers for a boundary.

  • 02:18 (IST)

    Roston Chase walks out to the center.

  • 02:17 (IST)

    Spin working wonderfully well for India. The Queen's Park Oval pitch allows the ball to grip and turn. Both Ashwin and Kuldeep have been doing just that. West Indies batsmen not really using their feet. They love to sweep though. When it doesn't pay off they get trapped in front. Carter latest victim. He tried to sweep Ashwin, missed and was trapped in front. He wasn't happy with the decision but did not review. The last three wickets have gone to spin.  West Indies now in a lost cause
     
     

  • 02:17 (IST)

    OUT! Ashwin gets a wicket of a nothing delivery. Carter misses half tracker, he tries to play it across the line, giving Ashwin his first wicket of the match. Umpire has no hesitation this time.

  • 02:14 (IST)

    After 29 overs,West Indies 131/4 ( Jonathan Carter 13 , Jason Holder (C) 7)

    Pandya holds it back of a length and gives away 5 off the over.

  • 02:11 (IST)

    After 28 overs,West Indies 126/4 ( Jonathan Carter 11 , Jason Holder (C) 7)

    Though they get 10 off the over. One way traffic now. Asking rate has climbed close to 13. Grim for Windies.

  • 02:09 (IST)

    FOUR! Innovation! Carter unfurls a reverse sweep and uses it effectively as there is nobody at short third man. Ashwin has bowled out 7 overs for no wickets.

  • 02:06 (IST)

    After 27 overs,West Indies 116/4 ( Jonathan Carter 6 , Jason Holder (C) 2)

    What are Windies gonna do now? Now this seems like unconqurable target, how are they going to approach. 2 off the last over. This approach won't get them anywhere, might as well take chances and put up a fight.

  • 02:03 (IST)

    After 26 overs,West Indies 114/4 ( Jonathan Carter 5 , Jason Holder (C) 1)

    Holder is the new man in at no.6. For the lack of better pun and reality. Hope was West Indies's only hope chance. Kuldeep showed great heart to pitch it up after being hit for six. Chinaman is learning quickly.

  • 02:03 (IST)

    Lovely knock of Shai Hope comes to an end. The sweep which brought him so many boundaries against the Indian spin let him down finally when he missed the ball. Rapped in front. Umpire's decision overruled by DRS. Good call by wk Dhoni to suggest DRS. Hope struck a very good 81 of 88. 
     
     

  • 02:03 (IST)

    81 by Shai Hope today is the second most by a West Indies wicket-keeper in an ODI against India. The highest is 96 by Denesh Ramdin at Indore in 2011. 
     
     

  • 01:58 (IST)

    OUT! Six and out. Shai Hope who was playing so well has to depart, chooses a wrong ball to sweep. He has played that shot really well but not this time. Great innings. Virat uses DRS to overturn on-field umpire's not out call. 2 in 2 for India. 

  • 01:53 (IST)

    SIX! Gorgeous shot, Hope is the only batsmen picking the googly. He goes inside out and clears the long off boundary.

  • 01:52 (IST)

    After 25 overs,West Indies 106/3 ( Shai Hope (W) 75 , Jonathan Carter 4)

    West Indies are in dire state. They  need someone or for the matter of fact both the batsmen to use the long handle, singles won't help the cause. 205 off 108. Tough. Probably impossible.

  • 01:48 (IST)

    After 24 overs,West Indies 103/3 ( Shai Hope (W) 73 , Jonathan Carter 3)

    Kuldeep almost had his second with another wrong 'one. Carter almost played it back on to his stumps. 

Latest update: India complete an 105-run victory over the hosts.

Preview: India, who dominated with the bat in the rain-affected first one day international (ODI), will look to carry forward their momentum when they take on the West Indies in the second match of the series at the Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday.

Put in to bat, India made a good start in the first ODI, with openers Shikhar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane putting up a 132-run partnership. But their efforts went in vain as rain played spoilsport with the match being abandoned.

With the sky likely to be overcast during Sunday's match also, both the teams will look to play more attacking cricket from the outset to offset the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method of setting a target.

In the last match, the visitors opted for the strategy of starting slow and keeping wickets in hand for the last. India only managed to score 199/3 in 40 overs before the skies opened up. Because of this, the hosts were given a revised target of 194 runs to chase in 26 overs - not an impossible task.

Apart from the openers, skipper Virat Kohli also clicked after a poor show in the summit clash of the Champions Trophy and will look to continue playing with the same momentum. But Yuvraj Singh's patchy form will be a concern for the Indian skipper while going into the second ODI.

The bowling department, which consists of pacers Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umesh Yadav, Hardik Pandya and Mohammad Shami, alongside spinners Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin and Kuldeep Yadav, will be hoping for a rain-free day so that they get to flex their muscles in front of an inexperienced batting line-up.

The West Indies batting line-up with the likes of Evin Lewis (15 ODIs), Kieran Powell (38 ODIs), Shai Hope (14 ODIs) and Jason Mohammed (12 ODIs) may find it difficult to resist the formidable Indian bowling.

The Jason Holder-led side clearly struggled with their bowling in the rain-affected game and will have to come up with something special to combat the in-form India.

Pacer Holder, medium-pacer Alzarri Joseph and leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo were amongst the wickets and will now be looking to improve their line and length in the coming game.

Squads:

India: Shikhar Dhawan, Rishabh Pant, Virat Kohli (C), Yuvraj Singh, Hardik Pandya, MS Dhoni (WK), Kedar Jadhav, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ajinkya Rahane, Kuldeep Yadav, Dinesh Karthik.

West Indies: Evin Lewis, Kieran Powell, Shai Hope (WK), Kesrick Williams, Jason Mohammed, Jonathan Carter, Rovman Powell, Jason Holder (C), Ashley Nurse, Alzarri Joseph, Devendra Bishoo, Roston Chase, Miguel Cummins

With IANS inputs.


Published Date: Jun 25, 2017 04:15 pm | Updated Date: Jun 26, 2017 03:38 am


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