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India vs West Indies, Highlights, 4th ODI in Mumbai, Full Cricket Score: Hosts hammer Windies by 224 runs, lead ODI series 2-1

Date: Monday, 29 October, 2018 21:00 IST Match Status: Match Ended
Venue: Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

West Indies in India 5 ODI Series 2018 4th ODI Match Result India beat West Indies by 224 runs

377/5
Overs
50.0
R/R
7.54
Fours
40
Sixes
10
Extras
15
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Kedar Jadhav not out 16 7 3 0
Ravindra Jadeja not out 7 4 1 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Kemar Roach 10 0 74 2
Jason Holder 9 0 62 0
153/10
Overs
36.2
R/R
4.23
Fours
11
Sixes
5
Extras
6
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Jason Holder (C) not out 54 70 1 2
Bowling 0 M R W
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 5 1 30 1
Jasprit Bumrah 8 1 25 0
  • So that is a wrap to the fourth ODI played at the Brabourne stadium with India winning it with a massive margin. Windies will have an opportunity to square off the series in Trivandrum on Thursday, while Kohli and his boys would want to put in yet another clinical performance. We will be here providing all the LIVE scores and updates from the final ODI of the series. For now, it is time for us to say goodbye. 

  • Rohit Sharma: Been doing some slip catching for a while. I can hear Virat there laughing. There will be catches coming your way, and it's important to hold on to them. Not easy to read his hands, but when you play him in the nets, it's easy to understand when he's going to bowl the googly. Very clinical, right from the start. (On partnership with Rayudu) After losing two wickets, I mentioned this early, it was a game-changing partnership. It allowed us to stay in the game for longer. Really happy to see a dominating performance from the bowlers. 

  • Rohit Sharma is the Man of the Match for his dazzling 162 off 137, as well as three sharp catches at slip. 

  • Virat Kohli, India captain: Ticked all the boxes. Very clinical in all departments. Got into rhythm. We are known to bounce back and it was another example. Absolutely, Rayudu has taken the opportunity with both hands. We need to back him till the World Cup. Very smart and intelligent cricketer, who reads the game well. Khaleel is a exciting cricketer. He was pitching in the right areas and when there is something in the surface, he can make the ball talk, swinging it both ways.

  • Jason Holder, West Indies skipper: Well we didn't play well. Application definitely wasn't there. (On quick wickets) Two of our better players upfront. Set us back. (On batting up the order) Been obviously hearing it for a while. So in the next game we'll see it. 

  • Khaleel Ahmed:  I had it in my mind that because it is a day/night game there will be moisture in the wicket and I will be able to swing it. I am working on my skills with bowling coach Bharat Arun. I had planned Samuels' dismissal as I was getting some inswing and I kept bringing it back in before I bowled the outswinger that gave me the wicket. I get confidence by appealing, because I know it will put pressure on the batsman. 

  • Shubham Pandey, Firstpost correspondent at Brabourne Stadium

    Done and dusted. Windies never looked dominating in the game. Not even once. It was India all the way. Right from the start. Disappointing effort from the visitors, who played their heart out in the last ODI.

    India are rolling back again on the corridors of victory. Should have ended it way, way earlier but the lower order made sure the game stretched a bit.

    India lead series 2-1. They can't lose this one now.

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Biggest wins for India in ODIs: (By runs)

    257 v Bermuda, Port of Spain, 2007
    256 v Hong Kong, Karachi, 2008
    224 v Windies, Mumbai (BS), 2018*
    200 v Bangladesh, Dhaka, 2000

    Biggest defeats for Windies in ODIs: (By runs)

    257 v South Africa, Sydney, 2015
    224 v India, Mumbai (BS), 2018*
    209 v South Africa, Cape Town, 2004
    204 v New Zealand, Christchurch, 2017

  • India win fourth ODI by 224 runs and lead the five-match series 2-1 with one match remaining.

    ALL OUT!
    Kuldeep Yadav takes the final wicket with the 10th-wicket stand batting more than 50 deliveries. Beautiful wrong'un to outfox Kemar Roach. Kuldeep ends with three wickets.

    Roach b Kuldeep Yadav 6(27)

  • After 36 overs,West Indies 152/9 ( Jason Holder (C) 53 , Kemar Roach 6)

    Khaleel Ahmed brought in to pick the final wicket. Another leg before appeal turned down by Anil Chaudhary and well he is spot on. The ball was pitched down the leg side. Just a couple of runs in the over.

  • After 35 overs,West Indies 150/9 ( Jason Holder (C) 52 , Kemar Roach 5)

    Kuldeep is brought back to end the last-wicket partnership but well despite couple of leg before appeals. Holder and Roach continue. 150 up for the Windies.

  • After 34 overs,West Indies 147/9 ( Jason Holder (C) 51 , Kemar Roach 4)

    Big leg before shout off the first ball against Holder, but umpire Anil Choudhary gave the right decision with the ball sliding down the leg side. Bumrah does trouble Roach with the ball continuing skid off the surface. Two off the over.

  • After 33 overs,West Indies 145/9 ( Jason Holder (C) 50 , Kemar Roach 3)

    Single off the first ball of Jadeja's over that brings up the half-century for Windies captain. Roach defends the rest of the over calmly with Jadeja trying to invite the false stroke as he kept flighting the ball

  • FIFTY! Jason Holder stands tall to raise his seventh half-century in ODI cricket. He continues to be an anomaly with the bat for the Windies, providing some sense of fight for his team. Very good innings.

  • After 32 overs,West Indies 144/9 ( Jason Holder (C) 49 , Kemar Roach 3)

    Bumrah brought back to wrap things up, but Holder and Roach manage to play it out. Roach was well aware of the yorker been used at some point in the over and his alertness allows him to dig the ball out from the blockhole, giving Holder another chance to bring up his fifty.

  • After 31 overs,West Indies 143/9 ( Jason Holder (C) 48 , Kemar Roach 3)

    Runs from Kuldeep's over, including a boundary through covers for Holder, who moves to 48. Windies still 19 runs short of Rohit's innings.

  • FOUR! Tossed up outside off and Holder drives it nicely in the gap by Jason Holder as he approaches his half-century.

  • After 30 overs,West Indies 134/9 ( Jason Holder (C) 42 , Kemar Roach 0)

    Jadeja clearly disappointed with Dhawan's drop catch as Holder gets another chance to bat on. Roach sees out couple of deliveries from Jadeja. 

  • DROPPED! Holder strikes it straight to Shikhar Dhawan at covers, Dhawan went for the reverse cup with the ball being around chest high, makes a mess of it and Jadeja isn't happy.

  • After 29 overs,West Indies 133/9 ( Jason Holder (C) 41 , Kemar Roach 0)

    Very tidy over from Kuldeep, just a single coming off it. India is just a wicket away from taking the lead in the series.

  • After 28 overs,West Indies 132/9 ( Jason Holder (C) 40 , Kemar Roach 0)

    Couple of lusty blows for sixes before Jadeja had Paul stumped. Kemar Roach is the last man in.

  • OUT! Good delivery from Jadeja to get rid of Keemo Paul and bag his first wicket. Paul pressed forward to a delivery that was angled in and turned away sharply. He dragged his feet outside the line and once he was beaten by the delivery there was never going to be enough time to get back in with MSD behind the stumps

     K Paul st Dhoni b Jadeja 19(18)

  • SIX! Flat delivery into Paul and he goes for another slog and yet again he is able to clear the ropes successfully. Second six of the over.

  • SIX! BANG! Holder goes flat and straight. Clean hit the ball just sails over the ropes.

  • After 27 overs,West Indies 119/8 ( Jason Holder (C) 33 , Keemo Paul 13)

    Another quiet over. Just three runs coming off it. Holder again gets an inside edge past his stumps for a couple.

  • After 26 overs,West Indies 116/8 ( Jason Holder (C) 30 , Keemo Paul 13)

    Jadeja sends down a maiden to Keemo Paul. Windies still five runs away from their lowest ODI total against India.

  • After 25 overs,West Indies 116/8 ( Jason Holder (C) 30 , Keemo Paul 13)

    Kuldeep bowling with couple of slips to Paul, who missed the chance to put away a short ball off the first delivery but didn't fail when he was offered another opportunity off the next ball. Nine came off it.

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Rohit Sharma becomes the first player to score 150-plus runs and taken three catches as a fielder in an ODI match.

  • SIX! Paul gets it right this time! Kuldeep had his line correct as far as he had to aim the stumps, but the length was horribly wrong. Paul muscles it over cow corner for six.

  • After 24 overs,West Indies 107/8 ( Jason Holder (C) 29 , Keemo Paul 5)

    Couple of singles off Jadeja's over with Holder and Paul trying to delay the inevitable.

  • After 23 overs,West Indies 105/8 ( Jason Holder (C) 28 , Keemo Paul 4)

    More joy for Kuldeep Yadav as he dismisses Ashley Nurse. New man Kemo Paul slogs it to mid wicket fence to get off the mark. India just two wickets away.

  • OUT! GONE! Slightly short from Kuldeep and Nurse wanted to rock back and slash it past point but ends up getting a thick edge to Rohit Sharma at first slip. The ball flew rapidly and props to Rohit to cling on. Nurse in immense pain walks back with eight runs to his name

    Nurse c Rohit b Kuldeep Yadav 8(13)

  • After 22 overs,West Indies 101/7 ( Jason Holder (C) 28 , Ashley Nurse 8)

    In between overs, Nurse gulps down couple of painkillers (no pun intended there). Jadeja has been brought back into the attack. Helmet-less Holder plays a few aerial shots to take Windies past the 100-run mark.

  • SIX! Jason Holder fetches the ball from outside the off stump and lofts it high over long on boundary for a six.

  • Shubham Pandey, Firstpost correspondent at Brabourne Stadium

    Just three wickets India away from victory. Holder and Nurse playing the waiting game literally. They are playing in the moment and not looking at the target at all. Kohli and Dhoni had a long chat in the middle. It seems MS wants to give another go to Khaleel. India looking to wrap things up. Jadeja has been given the ball.

  • After 21 overs,West Indies 90/7 ( Jason Holder (C) 18 , Ashley Nurse 7)

    Eventful over from Kuldeep as Windies take 11 runs off it. Couple of braces and three leg byes as Nurse misses his sweep and the ball going through the gap between Dhoni and Rohit at first slip. Nurse in some visible pain as he continues to grimace with a passage of every delivery.

  • FOUR! Nurse gets low quickly to play the sweep shot to square leg boundary. However, as soon as he played the shot, he was seen holding his right shoulder that has been troubling him since he send down his second over.

  • After 20 overs,West Indies 79/7 ( Jason Holder (C) 16 , Ashley Nurse 1)

    Bumrah's search for his first wicket continues as he sends down his sixth over of the match. Couple of singles of the over with Nurse getting off the mark. Windies need 299. India three wickets away.

  • After 19 overs,West Indies 77/7 ( Jason Holder (C) 15 , Ashley Nurse 0)

    Alright, so short spell rotation not only restricted to fast bowlers, Kohli deploying the same plan of action for spinners as well. Kuldeep is brought into the attack, replacing Jaddu. Almost has a wicket off his second ball, with Holder going for a big drive to a flighted delivery outside off, gets an inside edge that goes past his stumps. He didn't have to wait long for a wicket as three balls later he got rid of Fabian Allen. Ashley Nurse walks in at number nine.

  • OUT! Kuldeep Yadav picks a wicket in his first over! Fabian Allen misreads the googly, like so many of his countrymen have done during their tour and not many cricketers around the globe has had issues picking Kuldeep up, especially when they are relatively new against the left-arm wrist spinner. Tossed up delivery on off stump, going away, Allen playing inside the line of the ball, gets an outside edge to first slip, where Rohit clings on to a smart catch.

    Fabian Allen c Rohit b Kuldeep Yadav 10(17)

  • After 18 overs,West Indies 72/6 ( Jason Holder (C) 12 , Fabian Allen 8)

    Kohli opting for a different strategy today. Four over spells for his fast bowler as Ahmed is replaced by Bumrah after bowling his first spell that yielded him three wickets. Perhaps not straining his pacers in the heat and with the outcome of the match heavily tilted in their favour. Allen collects his first boundary off the innings as Bumrah's fist over of a new spell goes for seven.

  • FOUR! Touch full from Bumrah, just outside off and Allen drives it through covers for his first boundary.

  • After 17 overs,West Indies 65/6 ( Jason Holder (C) 10 , Fabian Allen 3)

    Jadeja kept it flat and slightly outside the line of off stump until he pushed a slider angling into Allen. Raps him on the pads but was perhaps going down with the angle. Another three-run over.

  • After 16 overs,West Indies 62/6 ( Jason Holder (C) 8 , Fabian Allen 2)

    Khaleel Ahmed continues to bring the ball back into the right hander. Holder and Allen work away three singles off the over. Allen attempts a flashy cut with minimal footwork and misses. 

  • After 15 overs,West Indies 59/6 ( Jason Holder (C) 6 , Fabian Allen 1)

    Jadeja quickly slips a tidy over with some excitement off the final ball as he gets some turn to beat Fabian Allen. Dhoni whips the bails but he had his back leg safely grounded behind the popping crease. Three singles off it.

  • After 14 overs,West Indies 56/6 ( Jason Holder (C) 4 , Fabian Allen 0)

    Another excellent over from Khaleel. His third over and we are writing this for the third time. He has picked a wicket in each of these three overs. Got Samuels out in the slips in this over with fullish outswinging delivery.

  • Fabian Allen comes out to bat.

  • Time for drinks.

  • Shubham Pandey, Firstpost correspondent at Brabourne Stadium

    This is getting over quicker than expected. Windies are in shambles. Resurrection seems too difficult from here. 6 down now and looking at the rock bottom of the earth as they continue falling. Indians can gift themselves an early finish. 4 more to go. Question is for how long will Windies fight?

  • OUT! Khaleel is on fire here. A full, outside off delivery which moved away from Samuels as he edged it to Rohit Sharma in slips. 

    Samuels c Rohit b Khaleel Ahmed 18(23)

Latest Update: India win fourth ODI by 224 runs and lead the five-match series 2-1 with one match remaining.

 

The fourth ODI between India and West Indies is being telecast on Star Sports 1 and 1 HD, Hindi 1 and Hindi 1 HD and Tamil 1. The India-West Indies live streaming will take place on HotstarClick here to know when and where to watch the fourth ODI.

Preview: India will look to find the 'perfect' balance in their playing eleven when they take on a resurgent West Indies in the fourth One-day International here on Monday.

Going with five specialist bowlers in Pune on Saturday did not work for India, who ended up as the losing side for the first time in the home series against the West Indies.

Virat Kohli and Jason Holder, the Indian and West Indian skipper respectively. AP

Virat Kohli and Jason Holder, the Indian and West Indian skipper respectively. AP

With the series surprisingly tied at 1-1 and two matches to go, Virat Kohli's team finds itself in a must-win situation at the Cricket Club of India (CCI). Credit must be given to the West Indies, who have not only moved on from a dismal Test series but have given the formidable hosts a run for their money in the one-day format.

As Kohli pointed out after the 43-run loss in the third ODI, the return of Kedar Jadhav from injury will give the team a much-needed depth in both the batting and bowling department.

"You will always drift to one side when you don't have the balance. We have to think about the perfect balance we need," said the skipper after the defeat.

An unstable middle-order and lack of runs from MS Dhoni's bat are another issues facing India, not just for Monday's fixture but also in the long run with 15 games remaining before the World Cup in England next year.

Having lost his place in the T20 team, Dhoni is in desperate need of runs in the limited opportunities that are left ahead of the 50-over showpiece event.

Ambati Rayudu (22) did get a start in Pune but if the right-hander wants to hold on to the number four spot, he will have to keep scoring consistently.

Rishabh Pant, who batted at five ahead of Dhoni in the previous game, has been his usual aggressive self but a significant score in his debut ODI series is still awaited.

Amid all the uncertainty, Jadhav's return in the middle-order is more than welcome. His fitness has been a concern in the recent past but he looked good in his first competitive game, played during the Deodhar Trophy, after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Besides his powerful hitting, his off-spin could also come handy.

Openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma, who have had twin failures, are due for a big partnership.

The biggest positive for the hosts has been the form of skipper Kohli, who struck his third hundred in a row during the third ODI, becoming the first Indian to do so.

While most will back Kohli to get another hundred at the CCI, the skipper would be expecting a much improved performance from his team.

On the bowling front, Jasprit Bumrah made a stunning comeback, clinching four wickets last night. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, however, conceded runs in the death overs but trust him to bounce back.

The role of both the spinners – Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav – will be crucial in restricting the opposition batsmen.

For the West Indies, their biggest asset has been wicket-keeper Shai Hope, who has played two key innings, a 123 in Visakhapatnam followed by a crucial 95 in Pune.

He would be hoping for another big knock tomorrow and so will Shimron Hetmyer, who failed to convert his start in the third game.

The 21-year-old southpaw, who had scores of 106 and 94 before the Pune game, would be the one watch out for again.

Apart from these two star players, Windies would be hoping that the likes of Kieron Powell, Chanderpaul Hemraj, Rovman Powell fire in the crucial contest.

The experienced Marlon Samuels shone with the ball last night with three wickets but his bat has not done the talking so far. Skipper Jason Holder would also be itching to make a match-winning contribution.

The bowlers would have taken confidence from bundling out India in Pune. Pacer Obed McCoy and off-spinner Ashley Nurse will be high on confidence as the West Indies aim to take the series lead.

With the encounter on Monday, international cricket returns to the CCI, which last hosted a Test in 2009 and an ODI back in 2006.

Squads

India: Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma (vice-captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Ambati Rayudu, Rishabh Pant, MS Dhoni (wicket-keeper), Ravindra Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Khaleel Ahmed, Umesh Yadav, KL Rahul, Manish Pandey and Kedar Jadhav.

West Indies: Jason Holder (Captain), Fabian Allen, Sunil Ambris, Devendra Bishoo, Chanderpaul Hemraj, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope, Alzarri Joseph, Evin Lewis, Ashley Nurse, Keemo Paul, Rovman Powell, Kemar Roach, Marlon Samuels.

With inputs from PTI

Updated Date: Oct 29, 2018






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