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West Indies Vs India Live Score (T20)

3rd T20I | 02 August, 2022 | Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts

165 / 3 Overs19.0 R/R8.68 Fours15 Sixes6 Extras7

Match Status: Match Ended

Match Result: India beat West Indies by 7 wickets

Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Rishabh Pant (W) 33 26 3 1
Deepak Hooda 10 7 1 0
  • Right then! Three games done and two still to go. India have the advantage as they are 2-1 up and need just one more win to seal the series victory. The action now moves to Lauderhill, Florida in the USA for the remaining two T20Is and it sure will be exciting. The 4th T20I will be played on Saturday, the 6th of August and will begin at 8 pm IST (2.30 pm GMT). Our build-up though will begin much sooner. Do join us then, take care and goodbye!
  • The Indian skipper, Rohit Sharma says that he is fine and they have a few days before the next game so he has time for recovery. Mentions that they bowled well in the middle overs and they used the conditions very well. Adds that even the way they chased was very clinical and was achieved with minimal risks. Says that it is very important in this format to convert the starts and when you get past 70 or 80 runs, then that makes a difference. Says that when you chase such a target, anything could happen but they played the right shots.
  • Nicholas Pooran, the skipper of West Indies says they should have taken some early wickets. He feels they had enough runs on the board but India bowled really well despite the wicket being on the slower side. Shares that they kept losing wickets regularly after getting to a good start. Mentions there are a lot of things to learn. Feels like they were 10-15 runs short but early wickets could've changed the game for them though.
  • Suryakumar Yadav (76 off 44 balls) is the PLAYER OF THE MATCH for his match-winning innings. He says that he is very happy with his performance. Adds that it was important to bat deep as the skipper departed early. Says that they were aware of the pitch and someone had to bat deep and win the game for the team. Shares that he has done this in the Indian T20 League before so he loves to play this kind of innings. Ends by saying he backs himself and enjoys the game.
  • The presentation ceremony...
  • Earlier in the game, Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl first which didn't work out in the Powerplay with Kyle Mayers taking a liking to the Indian pacers. But once Hardik Pandya got the first breakthrough, the run rate slowed down. Even though India weren't able to get wickets, Pandya and Ashwin bogged down the Windies batters. With Mayers back in the hut as well, it was time for Rovman Powell and Shimron Hetmyer to flex their muscles and Avesh Khan was majorly on the receiving end of the carnage throughout the innings. Having asked to get 165 runs on a pitch that was used and favoured the pacers, it was Suryakumar Yadav for India who took on the responsibility of killing the chase in the first 10 overs and he did exactly that. In the end, the hosts were outclassed and will now have to bounce back yet again if they are to level the series.
  • At the halfway mark, West Indies would have been certain that they have a more than a defendable score on the board but their bowlers have let the team down. The Indian batters had a bit of an issue against the left-handed bowlers and hence, Dominic Drakes was brought in as well but he proved to be largely ineffective. The hero of the previous game, Obed McCoy couldn't repeat the trick this time around and only Akeal Hosein showed a bit of control with the ball. In the end, the pitch didn't have enough wear and tear on it to trouble the batters and the Windies bowlers were blown away.
  • The pitch was a used one and West Indies had an above-par score on the board. India would have found it a bit more challenging to get the win but the way Suryakumar Yadav attacked the Windies bowlers right from the off, the game was completely turned on its head. Skipper Rohit Sharma retired hurt after a breezy start but then came the partnership between Suryakumar Yadav and Shreyas Iyer, where Yadav was in full flow. Later on, Yadav got out after a big score but by that time India had the game in the bag and Rishabh Pant added the finishing touches to take his side over the line.
  • A very comfortable victory in the end for India as they have put on a commanding show to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series against West Indies. The visitors will now head into the USA leg of the tour needing just one win to seal the series.
  • 18.6FOUR! YES, HE DOES! India lead the series now by 2-1! A fuller ball, outside off, angling on. Pant stays back and thumps it through mid-wicket for a boundary. India win by 7 wickets. 165/3
  • 18.5Hooda steps across and down. Mccoy serves it around off. This is hit to deep mid-wicket for a single. Will Pant finish in this over itself?
  • 18.4Full and on middle. Hooda tries to play on the leg side but gets a leading edge over covers for a couple of runs. 5 runs needed now.
  • 18.3McCoy goes for the widish yorker and he nails it. Hooda fails to squeeze it out.
  • 18.2Fuller and on middle. Pant with a flick of the wrist to deep square leg for a single.
  • 18.1Too full and outside off. Hooda dabs it to cover-point for one run.
  • Obed McCoy (3-0-25-0) to bowl the penultimate over of the innings.
  • 17.6On middle on a length, drilled down to long on for a single. 156/3
  • 17.5FOUR! Beautiful shot from Hooda! Overpitched, outside off. Hooda shows full face of the bat and drives it crisply through covers for a boundary. The fielder in the deep doesn't even try to give a chase.
  • 17.4Fuller ball, outside off. Pant smashes it hard to mid off where Nicholas Pooran gets a hand on it. The ball rolls behind and the batters get a single.
  • 17.3Length ball, outside off. Hooda punches it through point for a single.
  • Deepak Hooda walks in at number 5.
  • 17.2OUT! CAUGHT BEHIND! West Indies get the wicket but is it a little too late! Short in length and around off. Hardik Pandya tries to pull this but gets an outside edge to Devon Thomas who gobbles it up. It was there to be hit but Pandya swings under the bounce of the ball and gives away his wicket.
  • 17.1This is full and outside off. Pant shuffles way across and whips it to deep mid-wicket for a single. Didn't get the whole of it.
  • Jason Holder (2-0-22-0) is back on.
  • 16.6An off-pace delivery, on a length and on off, pulled to deep square leg for a single. 17 needed off the last three overs. 148/2
  • 16.5Around off, pushed through covers for a single.
  • 16.4Bye! An action replay of the previous ball and Pant again misses his reverse hit. The ball bounces in front of the keeper, making it hard for him to catch and it rolls behind for a bye.
  • 16.3Hits the deck hard, on a length and on middle. Pant tries to reverse hit but misses it completely.
  • 16.2FOUR! India running away with the game! Short of a length and outside off. Pant pulls it past mid-wicket for four.
  • 16.1Length ball, outside off. Pandya cuts it to deep point for a single.
  • 15.6An effort ball to end the over! A widish yorker, outside off. Pant fails to jam it out. 140/2
  • 15.5A full ball, around off. Pandya works it to long on for a single.
  • 15.4Length ball, outside off. Pant punches it to deep point for a single.
  • 15.3Short again, this time Pandya controls his pull shot to deep square leg for a single.
  • 15.2This is short and outside off, drifting a bit away. Pandya throws the kitchen sink at it but only to miss it.
  • 15.1Length ball, outside off. Pant slaps it to long off for a single.
  • Alzarri Joseph is back for his final over.
  • 14.6Drakes drags back the length and bowls it close to the off pole. Rishabh Pant hops and looks to guide it away but gets an inside edge onto the pads. The ball rolls towards point as the batters scamper through for a run. 29 needed now off 30 balls. 136/2
  • 14.5This is pitched up on off, Pant drives it straight towards mid off.
  • 14.4Full and on leg stump, pushed towards mid on.
  • Hardik Pandya walks out now.
  • 14.3OUT! CAUGHT! A good comeback from Dominic Drakes and Suryakumar Yadav has to walk back! Drakes goes full and wide, pushing it close to the tramline. Yadav tries to put a big stride outside the off stump and sweep it away, a shot that he plays well but it is just too wide and SKY isn't in control of the shot. The ball goes off the top edge and flies down to fine leg where Alzarri Joseph takes a safe catch. Yadav walks back after a brilliant innings and Drakes gets his first wicket of the game.
  • 14.2FOUR! A signature shot from Suryakumar Yadav! This is on a length and slanted well across the off stump. SKY shuffles across the stumps, gets low and laps it over the fine leg fence for four.
  • 14.1Good length, sliding down leg, Pant flicks it off hips down to fine leg for an easy single.
  • Dominic Drakes (2-0-20-0) is back on.
  • 13.6On the shorter side and on middle and leg, Pant gets down on his knee to pull and gets it towards deep mid-wicket for a run. 130/1
  • 13.5A bit slower through the air and around middle, Yadav works it in front of mid-wicket and rotates the strike.
  • 13.4Full and around off, this is drilled down to long on for a single.
  • 13.3Quicker again, going across the left-hander, Pant looks to cut but gets beaten past the outside edge.
  • 13.2SIX! Costly, costly error from Hosein and he pays the price for it. This is quicker and a bit shorter around off, Rishabh Pant hangs deep and short-arm jabs it over the wide long on fence for a biggie.
  • 13.2Drifted on the pads, Yadav eases it through square leg for a single. Oh, wait! Akeal Hosein has committed the cardinal sin as a no ball is called for overstepping. Free Hit to follow.
  • 13.1This is on a nagging length and darted into leg stump, the ball grips and turns away a bit as Yadav pushes it back towards the bowler.
  • 12.6FOUR! A poor finish to the over by Obed McCoy. Shorter and slower, over middle, Pant manages to get on top of the bounce and pulls it through mid-wicket for a boundary. 46 needed now off 42 balls. 119/1
  • 12.5This is banged in short, with good pace behind it and well outside off. Pant leaves it on line but the ball is just inside the tramline this time around.
  • 12.4Just short of a length and outside off, Pant stands tall and drives it off the back foot through covers for two more.
  • 12.4WIDE! McCoy will have to reload that one. This is on a good length but beyond the tramline outside off, Pant leaves it alone.
  • 12.3This is full and angling into middle, Rishabh Pant manages to flick it away in front of square on the leg side and gets back for two with ease.
  • 12.2Pitches it up on off stump, Pant pushes it back towards the bowler.
  • 12.1On a good length and over middle, Yadav creates a bit of space as he backs away and guides it towards backward point for a single.
  • 11.6Quicker and flatter again, around off. Suryakumar Yadav looks to thrash it away off the back foot but gets an inside edge off the pads. The ball rolls towards point as the batters sneak in a run. 109/1
  • 11.5Flatter and around off, steered away behind point for a single by Pant.
  • 11.5WIDE! And again! This is fired in well outside off and Pant lets it through for a wide.
  • 11.5WIDE! Tries to repeat the trick does Akeal Hosein but spills it beyond the tramline outside off.
  • 11.4Quicker and flatter, wide of the off pole, Pant looks to have a dab at it but gets beaten past the outside edge.
  • Rishabh Pant is the new man in.
  • 11.3OUT! STUMPED! A smart piece of bowling by Akeal Hosein and he has given his side some hope here. Nicely flighted, on a length and around leg stump. Shreyas Iyer uses his feet, trying to get to the pitch of the ball but gets undone in flight and ends up walking past the ball. The ball just turns away a bit as well. Devon Thomas behind the stumps dislodges the bails and Iyer is miles out. Can the Windies build on it? 60 needed now off 51 balls.
  • 11.2Shorter and on middle, Yadav goes deep in his crease and pulls it past square leg for a single.
  • 11.1Nicely drifted into leg stump and turning away a touch, Yadav skips down the track and has a big hoick against the turn. Yadav gets an inside edge onto the pads and the ball goes nowhere.
  • 10.6Mistimed but safe! This is dug in short and it is slower in pace as well, around off. Yadav drags the pull shot off the to end of the bat down to long on for a single. 104/0
  • 10.5Dominic Drakes goes full and wide and gets it really full. Suryakumar Yadav looks to jam it out but seems to have missed it as the keeper pouches the ball. There is a stifled appeal for caught behind but the umpire isn't interested. Nicholas Pooran is desperate for a wicket and decides to review it. UltraEdge shows that there is a spike but that of bat hitting the ground.
  • 10.4Iyer shuffles past his stumps, trying to attack the short leg side boundary but Drakes follows him. Iyer just bunts it out on the off side for a quick run.
  • 10.3FOUR! Shreyas Iyer starting to get into the act now. Fullish delivery, slanted across the right-hander, Iyer just heaves it powerfully and into the wide long on fence.
  • 10.2Drakes grunst and serves a good-length ball over leg stump. Yadav backs away and cuts it from close to his body towards backward point for a run.
  • 10.1This is pitched up, outside off, Iyer drives it on the up and towards long off for a single.
  • Drinks break! The Indian skipper limped off early on but Suryakumar Yadav has just treated the Windies bowlers to a hammering. With just 69 runs needed off 60 deliveries and with all wickets still intact, India are favorites to win the game. The hosts need something special to get back in the game and they need it soon. Also, Dominic Drakes (1-0-12-0) is back on.
  • 9.6FOUR! Suryakumar Yadav with another innovative shot! Short of a length and on middle. Yadav bends his back and ramps it over the keeper for a boundary. India are 96/0 at the halfway mark. 69 runs needed now. 96/0
  • 9.5Shorter and outside off. Iyer looks to pull but inner edges it to mid on for one more.
  • 9.4On middle, it is hit to deep square leg for a single.
  • 9.3SIX! Clearly, the shot of the innings or could be shot of the match as well! On a length and on middle. Suryakumar Yadav hangs back and plays a back foot punch, aerially and all the way over long off for a biggie.
  • 9.2Length, outside off. Yadav mistimes his pull to mid-wicket.
  • 9.1Fuller ball, slanting on middle. Iyer whips it behind square on the leg side for a single.
  • 8.6Floated, full and on middle. Yadav plays it back to the bowler. 83/0
  • 8.5Tossed up on middle, worked to long on for a single.
  • 8.4Flatter, quicker and down the leg side. Iyer looks to flick but misses. A huge appeal follows but nothing doing for the Windies. Might be off the pads.
  • 8.3Shorter and around off. Yadav hits it to deep mid-wicket for a single.
  • 8.2SIX! FIFTY FOR YADAV! Just in 26 balls! His 5th T20I fifty! Tossed up, angling on off. Yadav gets on his knee and slog-sweeps it over deep square leg for a biggie. His third maximum off the innings.
  • 8.1Fuller ball on middle, pushed to long off for a single.
  • 7.6Length ball, outside off. Iyer pulls it to the right of long on for a single. 15 runs off the over. 74/0
  • 7.5Short of a length and on middle, slower. Yadav pulls it to deep square leg for a single.
  • 7.5Wide! A slower bumper, angling down. Yadav misses his pull.
  • 7.4SIX! It would have been a wicket if the fielder was right near the ropes! This is short and on off. Yadav was a bit cramped as he tries to pull it. Luckily the player at deep mid-wicket was well yards ahead of the ropes and it goes over him for a biggie.
  • 7.3FOUR! Holder serves a juicy full toss on middle. Yadav gets right underneath the ball and smashes it over mid on for four.
  • 7.2Around the top of off. Iyer drills it to long on for a single. India happy to rotate the strike currently.
  • 7.1Length ball, outside off. Yadav steers it to third man for a single.
  • 6.6Quicker, flatter and on middle. Yadav drops it to covers for a single. 59/0
  • 6.5On middle, blocked out.
  • 6.4Tossed up, slower and around off. Yadav sweeps it straight to short fine leg.
  • 6.3Another single as Iyer punches it to long off.
  • 6.2Fuller and outside off, pushed to point fr a single.
  • 6.1Flatter and on off. Yadav drills it to long on for a single.
  • Akeal Hosein is now brought into the attack.
  • 5.6Length and on off. Yadav steps across and works it to mid-wicket for a run. At the end of the Powerplay, India are 56/0. 109 needed in 84 balls. 56/0
  • 5.5On a length and on middle. Yadav gets inside the line of the ball and scoops it over short fine leg. Mayers gives a chase and flicks it back. The ball still rolls towards the ropes and Mayers has to get back in and pull it back. It is very tight on the replays. Mayers had his foot behind the ropes while pulling it back and the TV umpire doesn't have conclusive evidence to turn it around. Two runs.
  • 5.4Fuller and on middle at 108 clicks. Iyer flicks it to deep mid-wicket for one more.
  • 5.3Very full and on middle. Yadav nudges it to deep mid-wicket for a single.
  • 5.3Wide! Tries the slower ball but this is full and angling down the leg side. Yadav leaves it alone.
  • 5.2Length ball, on off. Iyer tucks it to mid-wicket for a single.
  • 5.1A length ball on middle. Iyer eases it to the right of the bowler. Holder half-stops but does well to not allow any run.
  • 4.6FOUR! Deliberately played! A length ball, outside off, Suryakumar Yadav stays put and slashes it over backward point to pick up back-to-back boundaries. 49/0
  • 4.5FOUR! Thrashed away! A bit too full and wide from Drakes, Suryakumar Yadav drives it powerfully through covers and picks up yet another boundary. A very bright start this from India so far.
  • 4.4Around the top of off, Iyer stays back and dabs it down with soft hands towards short third man for a quick single.
  • 4.3Excellent running! Just short of a length and around off, Iyer punches it out of the back foot and towards sweeper cover. The batters push hard for two and they get it with ease in the end.
  • 4.2A touch fuller and outside off, Iyer looks to cover drive but mistimes it towards mid on.
  • 4.1Starts off with a length ball, slanted well across off. Suryakumar Yadav rocks back and cuts it hard towards deep point for just a single.
  • Dominic Drakes is into the attack.
  • 3.6FOUR! Whipped away! Joseph serves a half-volley on the pads and Shreyas Iyer flicks it wide of the man at deep backward square leg for a boundary. 37/0
  • 3.5On a good length and on off, Iyer hops and flicks it away to mid-wicket. They look for one but decide against it.
  • 3.4Iyer expects the short ball as he starts to back away but Joseph gets it at an awkward height and Iyer almost taps it straight to the man at cover-point.
  • 3.3Back of a length and over middle, this is played off the back foot through mid on for a run.
  • 3.2SIX! Skillfully done by Suryakumar Yadav! Banged in short and offering just a bit of width as well. Yadav backs away, uses the pace on offer and slaps it over the third man fence for a maximum.
  • 3.1This is angling on the pads, Iyer works it behind square on the leg side for an easy single.
  • 2.6Excellent delivery! Obed McCoy nails then yorker outside off stump and it is bowled with some heat as well. Suryakumar Yadav tries to dig it out but gets completely beaten for pace. 25/0
  • 2.5Good running! Shortish ball, around the hips, Shreyas Iyer looks to flick it away but gets an inside edge off the thigh pads. The ball goes towards leg gully as the batters scamper through for one.
  • 2.4Full and fast from McCoy, this is outside off and Iyer can't get any bat on it. The ball zips through to the keeper.
  • 2.3Back of a length and around off, Yadav hops and eases it through cover-point for a single.
  • 2.2FOUR! Threads the needle and finds the fence. Short of a length and angling across, Yadav just uses the pace and the angle of the bowler to dab it in between backward point and short third man for a boundary.
  • 2.1This is full and wide, hugging the tramline outside off. Suryakumar Yadav tries to reach it but fails to do so.
  • 1.6On a good length and around off, the ball hits the bat hard as Iyer punches it off the back foot. 19/0
  • 1.5Joseph greets Shreyas Iyer with a bouncer. This is over middle and leg and Iyer ducks under it with ease.
  • Halt in play! Rohit Sharma has called the physio. Okay, hold on! Sharma is walking off the field! RETIRED HURT! Not quite sure what happened there but might be due to dehydration. Also, while scoring the last boundary, two balls earlier, he pulled his lower-back muscle as he is seen holding his back. A huge blow for India early on in the chase. Shreyas Iyer walks out in the middle.
  • 1.4Back of a length and outside off, Sharma dabs it down towards backward point.
  • 1.3FOUR! Streaky but Rohit Sharma will take it. Hard length and following the batter, Sharma has a swipe at it and gets an inside edge. The ball runs down to fine leg for a boundary.
  • 1.2Around middle and leg, this is flicked away towards mid-wicket.
  • 1.1SIX! Excellent effort in the deep from Dominic Drakes, almost pulls off a blinder. This is banged in short and over middle, Rohit Sharma pulls it with disdain towards the backward square leg fence. The ball seems to be travelling all the way but Drakes runs around to his right and leaps towards it, getting a hand on it as well. The wind though takes it over the ropes.
  • Alzarri Joseph to bowl from the other end.
  • 0.6A dot to end the first over, 9 runs come off it. A touch fuller and outside off, Yadav looks to drive on the up but gets an inside edge onto the pads. 9/0
  • 0.5FOUR! Classy! Length ball, on off, Yadav takes a step to his left and whips it away using his wrists and through wide mid on for a boundary.
  • 0.4Good pace! On a fullish length and slanted well across the right-hander. Suryakumar Yadav looks to drive on the up but gets beaten for pace.
  • 0.3Keeping a shade low. This is shorter and wider, Yadav tries to slap it off the back foot but the ball sneaks under his willow.
  • 0.2FOUR! Squeezed away! Suryakumar Yadav is up and running right away. This is a half-volley outside off, Yadav with square drive through cover-point and gets the first boundary of the innings.
  • 0.1McCoy starts off with a fullish delivery on the pads, Rohit Sharma clips it away towards deep square leg for one. India are underway!

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