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    Rohit Sharma played a blistering knock of 159 as India beat West Indies by a convincing margin of 107 runs in the second ODI of the three-match series at Visakhapatnam. AP

    Rohit Sharma played a blistering knock of 159 as India beat West Indies by a convincing margin of 107 runs in the second ODI of the three-match series at Visakhapatnam. AP

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    Sharma’s partner KL Rahul also slammed a century as the duo added 227 for the opening stand. Rahul's knock was studded with eight fours and three sixes. AP

    Sharma’s partner KL Rahul also slammed a century as the duo added 227 for the opening stand. Rahul's knock was studded with eight fours and three sixes. AP

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    After a solid start, Shreyas Iyer, who has announced himself as India’s No 4 batsman, yet again played a quick-fire knock of 53 off 32 balls. AP

    After a solid start, Shreyas Iyer, who has announced himself as India’s No 4 batsman, yet again played a quick-fire knock of 53 off 32 balls. AP

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    Iyer was assisted by Rishabh Pant, who whacked 39 runs off 16 deliveries. Together, the two youngsters scored 72 runs in four overs and powered India to a total of 387 for 5. AP

    Iyer was assisted by Rishabh Pant, who whacked 39 runs off 16 deliveries. Together, the two youngsters scored 72 runs in four overs and powered India to a total of 387 for 5. AP

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    Kuldeep Yadav starred for the hosts in the bowling department, becoming the first Indian cricketer to claim two hat-tricks in international cricket. AP

    Kuldeep Yadav starred for the hosts in the bowling department, becoming the first Indian cricketer to claim two hat-tricks in international cricket. AP

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    Mohammed Shami was the most impressive among pacers. He picked up three wickets at an impressive economy rate of 5.20. AP

    Mohammed Shami was the most impressive among pacers. He picked up three wickets at an impressive economy rate of 5.20. AP

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    For the Windies, only Shai Hope (78) and Nicholas Pooran (75) crossed the half-century mark. Eventually, the visitors were bundled up for 280 and fell short in their chase by 107 runs. AP

    For the Windies, only Shai Hope (78) and Nicholas Pooran (75) crossed the half-century mark. Eventually, the visitors were bundled up for 280 and fell short in their chase by 107 runs. AP








Rank Team Points Rating
1 India 5046 120
2 Australia 4320 108
3 New Zealand 3449 105
4 South Africa 3177 102
5 England 4593 102
6 Sri Lanka 3935 92
Rank Team Points Rating
1 England 6745 125
2 India 7748 121
3 New Zealand 4837 112
4 South Africa 5193 110
5 Australia 5854 110
6 Pakistan 5019 98
Rank Team Points Rating
1 Pakistan 8366 270
2 Australia 6986 269
3 England 5568 265
4 South Africa 4720 262
5 India 10645 260
6 New Zealand 6056 252