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3rd ODI: MS Dhoni and spinners give India unbeatable lead over West Indies

first_imgCombined efforts helped India beat West Indies by 93 runs in the third One Day International cricket match here.Chasing 252 on a slow track on Friday, the West Indies never looked in the contention as the hosts were bowled out for 158 in the 38.1 overs.Jason Mohammed (40) and Rovman Powell (30) were the highest contributors to the cause. Shai Hope (24) also played sensibly but failed to display a match winning knock.For India, off spinner Ravichandran Ashwin and left arm leg spinner Kuldeep Yadav scalped three wickets each and medium pacer Hardik Pandya took two wickets.Earlier, put in to bat, Ajinkya Rahane and Mahendra Singh Dhoni hit half-centuries as India posted 251/4.Rahane posted a steady innings of 72 runs off 112 balls to help the visitors recover from a rocky start.Dhoni remained unbeaten on a quick 78 runs off 79 balls. His trademark big hitting towards the end helped the Indians go past the 250-run mark.The duo put on a partnership of 70 runs off 96 balls to help the visitors recover.Pacer Miguel Cummins was the most successful among the West Indies bowlers with figures of 2/56 in his ten overs.Asked to bat first, the Indians were off to a poor start with opener Shikhar Dhawan falling early.The Delhi left-hander showed poor application when he tried to lift a Cummins delivery over third man, only to offer an easy catch to Roston Chase on the boundary.India skipper Virat Kohli also fell to a poor shot when a Jason Holder delivery cramped him for space and Kyle Hope pulled off an athletic attempt, diving to his left at gully.advertisementRahane and Yuvraj Singh then got together to steady the ship with a slow but steady partnership of 66 runs off 101 deliveries.Yuvraj, who was not exactly in the best form of his life, managed to score 39 runs off 55 deliveries before he misjudged the line of a delivery from Devendra Bishoo that spun into him after pitching.Although the on-field umpire was indifferent to appeals of the bowler, the hosts decided to contest that decision and were rewarded when the television umpire sent the veteran southpaw back to the pavilion.That saw Dhoni and Rahane get together for another long partnership before Cummins put and end to the latter’s patient innings. Rahane hit four boundaries and a six during his 112-ball vigil in the middle.Towards the closing stages, Dhoni loosened up his arms and showed flashes of his old self with some big shots to perk up the visitors’ run rate.The former India captain had four hits to the fence and two well hit sixes to his credit.Kedar Jadhav gave him excellent support from the other end with a quick-fire unbeaten 40 runs off just 26 balls which included four boundaries and a six.Brief scores:India: 251/4 in 50 overs (Ajinkya Rahane 72, Mahendra Singh Dhoni 78 not out; Miguel Cummins 2/56) beat West Indies (Jason Mohammed 40, Rovman Powell 30; Ravichandran Ashwin 3/28 ) by 93 runslast_img read more


India vs West Indies: Rohit Sharma looks to surpass Yuvraj Singh in 3rd ODI

first_imgIndia opener Rohit Sharma is on the verge of reaching the 7th spot on the list of India batsmen with most runs in ODI cricket. India take on West Indies in the 3rd ODI of the ongoing 3-match series against West Indies in Trinidad on Wednesday.Rohit Sharma needs 26 runs to go past World Cup-winning all-rounder Yuvraj Singh on the ODI batting charts. Yuvraj had gotten to 8701 runs in 304 ODI matches.Rohit Sharma has 8676 runs runs 217 matches while Yuvraj Singh finished his decorated career with 8701 runs in 304 matches. Yuvraj retired from international cricket earlier this year and played T20 cricket at the econd season of Global T20 Canada.Sachin Tendulkar (18426), Virat Kohli (11406), Sourav Ganguly (11363), Rahul Dravid (10889), MS Dhoni (10773), Mohammad Azharuddin (9378), Yuvraj Singh (8701) are above Rohit Sharma on the list.Notably, Yuvraj Singh scored 8609 runs for India in ODI cricket. He had hit 92 runs for Asia XI over 3 ODIs against Africa XI in 2007.Rohit suffered a rare failure in the 2nd ODI of the ongoing 3-match ODI series against West Indies at the Queen’s Park Oval Stadium in Port of Spain on Sunday.The India vice-captain managed just 18 runs durig an uncharacteristic knock wherein he struggled to put bat to ball. Rohit though will be keen on getting back to scoring ways. He was in superlative form during the ICC Cricket World Cup, finishing the quadrennial tournament with table-topping tally of 648 runs, including a record-breaking count of 5 hundreds.Despite Rohit’s early exit, India rode on Virat Kohli’s 42nd ODI hundred to clinch a dominant 59-run (DLS) win over West Indies and take an unbeatable 1-0 lead in the ODI series on Sunday.advertisementCan Kohli break Sarwan’s record? Kohli, who went past Sourav Ganguly, to become the 2nd highest Indian run-scorer in ODIs on Sunday, has an opportunity to go past Jacques Kallis on the ODI batting charts. Kohli, who has 11406 runs, needs 174 runs to go past Kalli’s tally.Meanwhile, Kohli can also Kohli needs just 25 runs to go past Ramnaresh Sarwan on the list of batsmen with most runs in ODIs in India-West Indies fixtures in the West Indies. Kohli has 676 runs from 14 matches at a staggering average of 61.45. He has hit 3 ODI hundreds in West Indies with the latest one coming on Sunday.Kuldeep on the verge of overtaking ShamiOn the other hand, Inida’s left-arm wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav is on the verge of breaking a major Indian ODI record. The Kolkata Knight Riders spinner is 4 away from 100 ODI wickets. He can also become the fastest Indian bowler to get to the landmark if he manages to pick up at least a 4-wicket haul in the 3rd ODI against West Indies on Wednesday.Kuldeep has 96 wickets in 53 ODIs while fast bowler Mohammed Shami holds the record after having reached the 3-figure mark in his 56th ODI match for India.Also Read | No insecurity, we enjoy each other’s success: Krunal Pandya on HardikAlso Read | Rahul Dravid cleared in Conflict of Interest case by Committee of AdministratorsAlso See:last_img read more