Fifth ODI: India Won By 9 Wickets, Defeated West Indies In Consecutive Eighth Series
- India has defeated the West Indies in every ODI series since 2006.
- India has not lost any series in the last three years, lost against South Africa in 2015.
- West Indies first scored 104, India achieved a target in 14.5 overs.
- There will be a series of three T20 matches between the two countries from November 4.
Sports desk: India defeated the West Indies by nine wickets in the fifth ODI in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday. Simultaneously, India made its name from Series 3-1 of five ODIs. The second ODI was held in Visakhapatnam. This is the sixth consecutive series victory over India’s domestic ground. India last lost 2-3 against South Africa in 2015. This is a consecutive eighth series win against the West Indies. India has not lost any series against it since 2007.
West Indies decided to bat after winning the toss. However, West Indies decision proved wrong and its entire team was all out for 104 in 31.5 overs. This is the lowest score of West Indies in ODIs against India. Earlier in 1997, he scored 121 runs in Port of Spain. Jason Holder scored 25 runs in this match. For India Ravindra Jadeja took four wickets. India achieved the target of 105 runs in one-wicket in 14.5 overs. #Rohit Sharma 63 and #Virat Kohli scored 33 runs and not out.
- Team India scored the highest number of 377/5 in the fourth ODI at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai.
- Virat Kohli scored the highest score of 453 runs.
- Rohit Sharma scored highest 162 runs in one match.
- Kuldeep Yadav took nine wickets.
- Ravindra Jadeja and Jasprit Bumrah grabbed 4-4 wickets in one match.
Dhawan was out in the second over: Opener Shikhar Dhawan scored six runs and became the victim of Oshane Thomas in the second over. He consistently flopped in the fifth match. In this series, he did not even have a fifty. He could only make 112 runs in five games at an average of 22.40. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli then led the team to victory. Both shared a 99-run partnership for the second wicket. Rohit hit five fours and four sixes in 56 balls. Rohit became the player to score 200 sixes in the lowest innings. He achieved this achievement in 187 innings. Rohit left behind Shahid Afridi (195 innings) of Pakistan.
West Indies lost two wickets in the first two overs: The start of the West Indies was poor. Opener Kieran Powell returned to the pavilion on the fourth ball of the first over. He caught by Dhoni at the personal score of zero. After that Jaspreet Bumrah, in the second over bowled the Shai Hope. Hope also could not score any run. After both of them were dismissed, Samuels took the innings, but after 24 runs from 37 balls, he was out on the ball of Jadeja.
Hetmyer constantly flops in the third match: Shimron Hetmyer, who scored a century in the first match played in Guwahati, was consistently flop in the third match. Jadeja made him LBW on nine runs. Hetmyer scored 106 in the first ODI, 94 in the second, 37 in the third and 13 in the fourth. After him, Rovman Powell became the victim of Khaleel by making 16 runs. At the same time, Bumrah caught Fabian Allen (4) in the hands of Kedar Jadhav. Captain Jason Holder scored 25 runs.
Two changes made by the West Indies: West Indies made Ashley Nurse and Chandrapaul Hemraj out of the team while making two changes in the team. Devendra Bishoo and Oshane Thomas replaced both of them in the team. Nurse was out of the tour due to injury. He will not play three T-20 series. At the same time, India did not make any changes to the team.
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