Debutant Navdeep Saini stars in India’s 4-wicket catch over Windies – Times of India

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Debutant Navdeep Saini stars in India’s 4-wicket catch over Windies – Times of India


LAUDERHILL (USA): India made a heavy climate of a modest walk scamper, after debutant pacerNavdeep Sainiled an spectacular bowling show, but amassed managed to beat West Indies by four wickets of their first T20 World match on Saturday.

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Chasing 96 for a catch, India huffed and puffed before reaching the target with 2.4 overs to spare. None of the batsmen contributed gargantuan with openerRohit Sharmaprime-scoring with 24 while captainVirat Kohliand Manish Pandey making 19 each and every.

Saini claimed three wickets for 17 while Bhuvneshwar Kumar took two wickets to restrict West Indies to 95 for 9 after they had been set aside to bat.

India struggled of their walk scamper and they had been diminished to 32 for 3 within the seventh over with opener Shikhar Dhawan (1) and wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant (0) dismissed cheaply.

Rohit’s 24 came from 25 deliveries with the assist of two fours and two sixes on a pitch which used to be no longer easy to bat on.

Oldschool off-spinner Sunil Narine (2/14) did no longer allow India to gain off to a right birth by placing off Rohit and Pant in consecutive deliveries within the seventh over. Pant used to be out the predominant ball he confronted while playing an irresponsible shot.

Manish Pandey used to be out within the 12th over and Kohli adopted him two overs later as India found themselves at a repute of anguish at 69 for 5 within the 14th over with 27 runs amassed wanted.

Krunal Pandya (12) added 19 runs with Ravindra Jadeja (10 no longer out) before he used to be out within the 16th over. However the target proved too shrimp within the waste as Washington Sundar (8 no longer out) hit a six to exhaust India to 98 for 6 to wrap up the match in 17.2 overs.

Earlier, Saini claimed three wickets in an spectacular spell as India restrict a reckless West Indies to a paltry 95 for 9.

Opting to field, all the six Indian bowlers got no longer lower than a wicket apiece with Saini returning with figures of 3/17 in his debut match. The Indians had been also helped by the reckless job of West Indian batsmen.

There used to be no substantive partnership within the West Indies innings with the final discover being the 34 between captainCarlos Brathwaite(9) and prime-scorerKieron Pollard(49) for the sixth wicket. Nicholas Pooran (20) used to be primarily the most productive utterly different West Indies batsman to score double digit figures.

India opened bowling with off-spinner Washington Sundar (1/18) and got a wicket within the 2d ball itself with John Campbell slapping straight to deep midwicket fielder Krunal Pandya.

Different opener Evin Lewis fell within the 2d over with pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar (2/19) beating him with a knuckle ball to rattle his trees. Both the openers didn’t commence their accounts as the West Indies had been diminished to eight/2.

Despite the two immediate wickets, the West Indians persevered to be aggressive of their skill and Saini exploited the deliver by claiming two wickets in two balls within the fifth over.

Pooran, who used to be attempting harmful after hitting two sixes, went for a gargantuan shot but the ball ballooned up within the air for wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant to exhaust an extraordinarily easy catch. Shimron Hetmyer (0) then dragged the ball onto the stump for Saini’s 2d wicket.

West Indies procession to the dressing room persevered with Rovman Powell (4) felling to Khaleel Ahmed (1/8) the following over – sixth – as they had been diminished to 33 for 5 on the waste of Powerplay.

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