Team India defeated West Indies by 96 runs in the third and last ODI match

India defeated West Indies by 96 runs

In the third and final ODI, Team India defeated West Indies by 96 runs to complete a clean sweep of the three-match ODI series. West Indies were set a 266-run target for the match, but they only managed to score 169 runs in 37.1 overs, losing the match. The top scorer was Odeon Smith (36) with 36 points. Mohammad Siraj and the famous Krishna each took three wickets for India. Kuldeep Yadav and Deepak Chahar each took two wickets.

Earlier, after winning the toss and electing to bat first, the Indian team was dismissed for 265 runs. Shreyas Iyer led the way with 80 runs, while Rishabh Pant contributed 56 runs. Jason Holder took the most wickets for WI, with four, while Alzarri Joseph and Hayden Walsh each took two.

For the first time against the West Indies, a clean sweep was achieved.

For the first time in ODI history, India won all three matches against the West Indies. The first ODI series between the two teams was played in 1983, and while India has yet to clean sweep WI in the 50-over format, the team did make history for the first time in 39 years under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma. Gave. Despite the fact that the West Indies have swept Team India three times.

The batsmen of the West Indies have once again disappointed.

WI struggled to get off to a good start in pursuit of the target, and Shai Hope (5) was dismissed LBW by Mohammad Siraj, giving India the first breakthrough. Deepak Chahar then broke the back of West Indies by taking the wickets of Brandon King (14) and Shamar Brooks (0) within four balls in the next over. Darren Bravo and Nicholas Pooran put on 43 runs for the fourth wicket in 49 balls, but the famous Krishna broke the partnership by dismissing Bravo (20).

Captain Rohit’s next over landed Jason Holder (6) in the hands of Famous. Fabian Allen was out on the first ball and had yet to open his account. Allen’s wicket was taken by Kuldeep. Nicholas Pooran, the captain, was unable to manage the team’s innings, scoring 34 runs in 39 balls before being dismissed by Kuldeep Yadav.

After scoring only 76 runs, half of the West Indies team returned to the pavilion.

In one-day internationals, Shamar Brooks was dismissed for the first time, and Fabian Allen was dismissed for the second time.

Odeon Smith bowled a quick 36-run innings in 18 balls.

For the 9th wicket, Hayden Walsh and Alzarri Joseph put on 47 runs in 77 balls.

265 runs were scored by India.

Earlier, after winning the toss and electing to bat first, the Indian team was dismissed for 265 runs. Shreyas Iyer led the way with 80 runs, while Rishabh Pant contributed 56 runs. Jason Holder took the most wickets for WI, with four, while Alzarri Joseph and Hayden Walsh each took two.

Iyer and Pant were in charge of the innings.

After losing three early wickets, Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant added 110 runs in 124 balls for the fourth wicket. Team India was able to re-enter the match as a result of this partnership. WI made their fourth breakthrough with the wicket of Pant (56) by Hayden Walsh. Suryakumar Yadav failed to impress this time, scoring six runs off Fabian Allen’s bowling. After scoring 80 runs off Hayden Walsh, Shreyas Iyer lost his wicket after batting well. He was expected to deliver a century, but he did not. Deepak Chahar made an important contribution with the bat, scoring 38 runs off 38 balls.

Rishabh Pant (56) scored his fifth half-century in ODIs.

Pant now has four 50-plus scores in his last eight ODI innings.

Shreyas Iyer (80) scored his 9th half-century in ODIs.

This was Iyer’s best performance against the West Indies (80).

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The top order for Team India totaled 42 wickets.

In the fourth over of the innings, Alzarri Joseph struck twice for Team India. He bowled captain Rohit Sharma (13) on the third ball of the over, and Virat Kohli (0) was caught behind the wicket by Shai Hope on the fifth. Due to the team’s inability to cope with these two setbacks, Odeon Smith took the wicket of Shikhar Dhawan (10) to give WI their third victory. In just 42 runs, India lost all three wickets.

Virat Kohli was dismissed for the 15th and third time in ODIs against WI.

Kohli hasn’t scored a century in any of the last 21 One-Day International innings.

Kohli has not scored a century in an ODI series for the seventh time in a row.

Virat scored 26 runs at an average of 8.65 in this series.

Sachin is passed by Rohit.

Rohit Sharma (221) has become the third highest ODI run-scorer at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, with 8 runs in the innings. Sachin Tendulkar’s record was broken by him (215). Chris Gayle (316) and Rahul Dravid (342) are the names that come before Rohit.

4 alterations to the starting XI

In the playing XI, India made four changes. Kuldeep Yadav replaces Yuzvendra Chahal, Shikhar Dhawan replaces KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer replaces Deepak Hooda, and Shikhar Dhawan replaces KL Rahul. Deepak Chahar was chosen in place of Shardul Thakur at the same time. Because Kieron Pollard is still out, Nicolas Pooran is captaining the team in his place.

The following are the members of both teams:

India: Rohit Sharma (captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant (wk), Suryakumar Yadav, Shreyas Iyer, Washington Sundar, Deepak Chahar, Kuldeep Yadav, Pranand Krishna, Mohammad Siraj, Suryakumar Yadav, Shreyas Iyer, Washington Sundar, Deepak Chahar, Kuldeep Yadav, Pran

West Indies: Shai Hope (wk), Brandon King, Darren Bravo, Shamar Brooks, Nicholas Pooran (c), Jason Holder, Hayden Walsh, Fabian Allen, Odeon Smith, Jason Holder, Hayden Walsh, Fabian Allen, Odeon Smith, Odeon Smith, Odeon Smith, Odeon Smith, Odeon Smith, Odeon Smith, Odeon Smith, Odeon Smith, Odeon