Second T20I: India clinch T20I series

Second T20I: India clinch T20I series 2-0 against the West Indies by winning a rain hit game in Florida on Sunday by 22 runs.

Harsh climate constrained players off the field with West Indies in a wide range of inconvenience at 98/4 in the sixteenth over when lightning and thundershowers struck. West Indies were behind the Duckworth-Lewis (DLS) standard score of 120.

Batting first, India scored a difficult 167/5 as Rohit Sharma top-scored with 67 off keeps running off 51 balls, setting India up for a difficult aggregate before Krunal Pandya (20 off 13 balls) and Ravindra Jadeja propped up the innings by crushing 20 keeps running in the last finished, which was bowled by Keemo Paul.

All the while, Rohit moved toward becoming T20 internationals’ most productive six-hitter, going past Chris Gayle with 106 maximums. He struck 6 fours and 3 sixes in the match.

Sent into bat, India were headed toward a fast begin as they arrived at 50-run mark in the seventh over, with Rohit doing the main part of scoring.

Rohit found the holes easily, cutting Paul off his cushions for a six over profound midwicket. The World Cup most elevated scorer at that point cleared him for a four as the Indians increased the rhythm.

Keemo Paul gave West Indies their first leap forward when he bowled Shikhar Dhawan with the Indian scorecard perusing 67/1 in the eighth over.

Two very overs pursued as Indian chief Virat Kohli joined Rohit, who broke the shackles with a six over profound midwicket, Sunil Narine being the bowler, and afterward raised his seventeenth 50 years in this arrangement with a solitary to long-off.

Pleasantly getting underneath the trip of left-arm spinner Khary Pierre, Kohli started a perfect six.

All around settled at the opposite end, Kohli’s agent Rohit then crushed Carlos Brathwaite for a six and four as India’s hundred came up in the thirteenth over.

It took a fine catch from Shimron Hetmyer to finish Rohit’s stay in the center – he hit one high undetermined off Oshane Thomas with a little more than six overs left in the Indian innings.

Rishabh Pant (5) died rapidly, top-edging Oshane under the control of third man defender Kieron Pollard.

Sheldon Cottrell then had the enormous one, sending Kohli’s center stump cartwheeling for a 23-ball 28 and playing out his trademark salute festivities.

At that point intense, Kohli turned into the most noteworthy run scorer among Indians in T20 cricket.

In answer, West Indies were headed toward a heartbreaking begin with the two openers Evin Lewis and Sunil Narine back in the hovel with only eight keeps running on the board in the third finished.

Rovman Powell and Nicholas Pooran lifted West Indies from the unsafe circumstance with a 76-run represent the third wicket before Krunal Pandya again got into the demonstration by expelling both the batsmen in a space of three balls in the fourteenth over.

Pandya completed with phenomenal figures of 2/23 of his 3.3 overs and was announced man of the counterpart for his inside and out endeavors.

Sharma and Pandya’s endeavors guaranteed India will go into the third match of the arrangement with an unassailable 2-0 lead.

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