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IND vs WI: India win by 59 runs in the 4th T20I to take the series

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IND vs WI: India has won another T20 series after beating West Indies by 59 runs in the fourth T20 international on Sunday in Florida. Batting first, India notched a mammoth score of 191 runs at the end of the first innings. Rohit Sharma and Suryakumar Yadav, once again, set their intentions quite clear and gave the team a quickfire start.

The duo added 50 runs in just inside five overs but both of them couldn’t convert the start into big scores. Sharma scored 33 runs in 16 balls, including 2 fours and 3 sixes. Suryakumar Yadav, on the other hand, got out after scoring 24 runs in 14 balls. Deepak Hooda struggled to get his timing right on a pitch that wasn’t easy to bat on.

However, Rishabh Pant still managed to score boundaries at a great rate and played a notable inning of 44 runs in 31 balls, including 6 fours. Sanju Samson also played an unbeaten knock of 30 runs in 23 balls, while Axar Patel’s 8-ball 20 helped India cross the 190-run mark at the end of the first innings.

Given how the pitch behaved, it was a pretty good total to post. In pursuit of the run-chase, West Indies lost both the openers in the first four overs. Devon Thomas (1 off 4) couldn’t stay for too long.

However, Nicholas Pooran was looking with a distinctive touch. He smashed Axar Patel to all parts of the ground and raced to 24 runs in just 7 balls. However, on the last ball of the 5th over, he, unfortunately, got run-out.

Rovman Powell played some good strokes but Axar had him in the 9th over. By the end of the first half, West Indies had lost half of their side. Wickets kept falling at regular intervals, thereafter, and West Indies, in the end, fell 59 runs short of the target.


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Pratik Pathak
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