India continued their dominance over the West Indies under Rohit Sharma as they bagged the ODI series in three games by winning the second ODI in Ahmedabad on Wednesday. The Indian team beat West Indies by 44 points to take a 2-0 lead in the series. The 2nd ODI India vs West Indies also witnessed former skipper Virat Kohli’s funniest side as his catch of Oden Smith sealed the game for India.
IND vs WI: Virat Kohli dances on the pitch ignites social networks
While Virat Kohli failed to score any big points in the 2nd ODI India vs West Indies, he entertained everyone with his dancing skill after taking a hold. Check out Virat Kohli’s cool move. The dance moves must have not only made the fans happy but also a chance for them to see Virat Kohli’s joy alongside his energy and passion.
Highlights of the 2nd ODI India vs West Indies
India, after winning the coin toss, decided to bat first and were held to 237-9 in 50 overs thanks to some good bowlers from the West Indies bowlers. Skipper Rohit Sharma was fired early while Virat Kohli failed again with the bat scoring 18 runs. Rishabh Pant, who was asked to open the innings, also only managed 18 runs.
After dropping first three wickets, KL Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav stabilized the winnings. Suryakumar Yadav was the team’s top scorer with 64 of 83 balls. Besides Suryakumar Yadav KL Rahul (49), Deepak Hooda (29), Washington Sundar (24) also played some vital shots which helped India to reach the combat total. For the West Indies, Oden Smith and Alzarri Joseph picked up two wickets each.
West Indies while chasing the target failed to play their 50 overs as they continued to lose wickets at regular intervals. Apart from Shamarh Brooks (44), Akeal Hosein (34), Shai Hope (27) and Odean Smith (24), no other batsman managed to score big runs as Indian bowlers kept things tight from the other side. Prasidh Krishna produced a winning spell by picking up 4 wickets for 12 runs from 9 overs. SHardul Thakur picked up two wickets. With this win, the Men in Blue extend their winning streak against the Windies in the 50+ format to 15.