India vs West Indies 4th ODI, Highlights: West Indies blow India By 11 Runs

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Antigua: The hopes of Team India to take possession of the West Indies in the fourth match were shocked when the West Indies won the fourth one day on Sunday in Antigua, with the smallest goal being beautifully Rescued and he has now scored a series of 2-1. It means that now he has a chance to draw the series. In the match, West Indies captain Jason Holder won the toss again, but this time he decided to bat first. It is noteworthy that in the previous three matches he selected fielding. The West Indies batted first with 189 runs in 50 overs. In reply, Team India’s innings was reduced to 176 runs in 49.4 overs and the match was lost by 11 runs. Captain Jason Holder Williams played a key role in coiling India He hit 5 wickets, Aljari Joseph took two wickets. Team India had a very bad batting. Ajinkya Rahane and MS Dhoni made Fifty, but both of them batted extremely slow. While Rahane scored 60 runs in 91 balls, Dhoni scored 54 runs off 114 balls.

Team India’s batting has been bad since the beginning. Shikhar Dhawan scored five runs, while Virat Kohli scored three runs. India lost two wickets for 25 runs. Then, after 22 runs, the third wicket (Dinesh Karthik) fell. Later, Ajinkya Rahane hit 60 balls (91 balls, 7 fours). He made the third fifty of the series in 72 balls. They got life guarantee on 22 runs. Rahane has also scored a century in this series. He made an important partnership of 54 runs for the fourth wicket with Dhoni. Then Dhoni added 43 runs for the sixth wicket with Hardik Pandya (20). MS Dhoni scored 54 runs off 114 balls, but he was dismissed in the 49th over and the match slipped away from India’s hands.

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First 10 overs: Bad start, Virat-Dhawan returned
Opening by Team India once again Ajinkya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan pair did, but Dhawan returned soon in the second match. He faced seven balls and scored five runs. He was caught by Jason Holder in the third over by fast bowler Alzarri Joseph. India scored 10 runs in the first two overs. The third over was Maiden In the fourth over, Rahane scored only the fourth. In the fifth over, Rahane kept his two consecutive fours in quick succession and added 10 runs in the over. In the sixth over, Captain Holder caught Indian captain Virat Kohli (3) with inky hope. India lost two wickets in 25 runs. In the seventh over, Jason Mohammed hit the fifth ball of Rahane’s catch at Rahane’s private score of 22. One run came in the eighth over, while the ninth and the 10th over remained. India-33/2 in 10 overs

Rahane-Dhoni pair broken, 21 to 35 over
Team India’s batting also faltered In the 11th and 12th over, nine runs were scored. In the 13th over, Joseph caught Dinesh Karthik (2) in the hands of the keeper. Thus India lost the third wicket by 47 runs. In the 14th and 15th over, five runs were scored. 16th over In the 17th and 18th over, 10 runs were scored. In the 19th and 20th over, 10 runs were scored. Five runs from 23rd over from 21st over. Four runs came in the 24th and 25th over. Rahane completed the third feat of the series in 72 balls with a single off Ashley Nurse in the 26th over. He was also given life guarantee on 22 runs. Rahane has also scored a century in this series. In the 27th and 28th over, seven runs were scored. In the 29th and 30th over, seven runs were scored.

In the 31st over, Rahane (60 runs, 91 balls) was caught by Devendra Bishoo with keeper Kei Hope. Although he took the help of the DRS but was also given out there. He added 54 runs with Dhoni. In the 32nd and 33rd over, five runs came in the total. In the 34th and 35th over three-three runs were scored. India-112/4 after 35 overs

36 to 50 overs: Dhoni out, match slips
In the 36th over, Team India got the fifth blow on 116 runs. Ashley Nurse got Kedar Jadhav (10) caught by keeper Hope. In the 37th and 38th over, four runs were scored. After the 111 balls in the 39th over, the boundary started, when Hardik Pandya sent Joseph for the fourth round at the Thirdman Boundary. Five runs in over Two runs in the 40th over. Four runs came in the 41st and 42nd over. Four runs in the 43rd over. In the 44th over, Dhoni hit his first ball on 42 runs for four runs at the Rosten Chase ball. Then Pandya hired six in that over India got:  No runs. In the 45th over, eight runs were scored, with four wides. On the first ball of 4 runs. Hardik Pandya (20 runs, 21 balls). In the over, there are six runs, including Dhoni made a fifty in the first ball of the 47th over with a single. Over six runs in over. Ravindra Jadeja (11) was dismissed by the holder in the 48th over. Three runs in over Two runs in the 49th over and Dhoni (54) was out on the final ball. 49.4 The whole team India returned to the pavilion at 178 runs on 49.4 balls.

The West Indies also spoiled the batting …
No batsman has played big innings from the West Indies. Both the openers gave a good start, but they did not turn into big partnerships. Both Avin Lewis and Kyle Hope scored 35-35 runs. Among them, there was a 57-run partnership for the first wicket. Rohan Chase (24) and ink hop (25) added 41 runs for the third wicket. Hardik Pandya and Umesh Yadav got three wickets each, while Kuldeep Yadav hit two wickets. A batsman is a runout.

The West Indies also spoiled the batting …
No batsman has played a big innings from the West Indies. Both the openers gave a good start, but they did not turn into big partnerships. Both Avin Lewis and Kyle Hope scored 35-35 runs. Among them, there was a 57-run partnership for the first wicket. Rohan Chase (24) and ink hop (25) added 41 runs for the third wicket. Hardik Pandya and Umesh Yadav got three wickets each, while Kuldeep Yadav hit two wickets. A batsman is runout

Overwintering over overnight batting of the West Indies …
First 20 overs: Windies start early, hop out
For the West Indies, the innings started by Ewan Lewis and Kyle Hope, while paceman Mohammed Shami made the first over from the team India in the bowling. They gave five runs. From the second, 11 runs were scored in the fifth over, in which two overs remained. From the sixth to the tenth over, there were 15 runs, in which one overs remained. 11 runs from 11th to 13th over. Ten runs between the 14th and 17th over. In the 18th over, Hardik Pandya gave the first blow to the West Indies. He caught Kyle Hope (36 runs, 63 balls) with Kedar Jadhav. Hope scored 57 runs for the first wicket with Lewis. Nine runs in the 19th and 20th over Windies – 69/1 in 20 overs

21 to 40 overs: 4 wickets fell, Lewis-Chase-Chae-Holder out
Lewis hit Ravindra Jadeja in the 21st over. Over nine runs in the over. Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav came to bowl in the 22nd over. He was caught in the fifth ball by Evelyn Lewis, caught by captain Virat Kohli on 35 runs (60 balls, 2 fours, 2 sixes) on his personal score. Between 23rd and 25th over, 17 runs were scored. 13 runs between the 26th and 28th over The West Indies scored 11 runs in the 29th over to 31st over. In the 32nd over, Kuldeep took a second blow to the West Indies by taking his second wicket. They bowled Roston Chase (24) Stay over In the 33rd and 34th over, 10 runs were scored. In the 35th over, Pandya caught Shai Hope to Dhoni with 25 runs. In the 35th and 36th over, nine runs were scored. Total 14 runs in 37th and 38th over. In the 39th over, Umesh Yadav scored Jason Holder for 11 runs. A run in the 40th over. Team India – 157/5 in 40 overs

41 to 50 overs: 4 wickets fell, Yadav and two wickets
In the 41st over Ravindra Jadeja rode on Powell (2) to Umesh Yadav’s ball and ran it in a superb manner. This was the sixth wicket of the West Indies and Yadav’s second wicket. In the 42nd over, Hardik Pandya took Jason Mohammed (20) to his pavilion while taking his third wicket. There were six runs in 43rd and 44th over. Between the 45th and the 47th over, there were nine runs. Umesh dismissed Ashley Nurse (4) in the 48th over. In the 49th over, Devendra Bishoo (15) got Ravindra Jadeja to run out straight from the throw. Five runs in the 50th over Kesrick Williams (2) and Alzarri Joseph (5) remained unbeaten. Windies – 189/9 in 50 overs

Teams stayed like this …
India: Virat Kohli (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Dinesh Karthik, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Hardik Pandya, Kedar Jadhav, Ravindra Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav.

West Indies: Jason Holder (Captain), Kyle Hope, Alzarri Joseph, Kesrick Williams, Jason Mohammed, Devendra Bishoo, Roston Chase, Ashley Nurse, Shai Hope (Keeper), Evin Lewis and Rovman Powell.

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