WI vs IND: What happened at midnight that Team India lost to West Indies? VIDEO

Chasing the target of 139 runs, West Indies achieved the target in 19.2 overs. The result of this match gave West Indies a level playing field in the series, leaving many questions for Team India.

West Indies beat India in 2nd T20I

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New Delhi: Played in 2nd T20I at St Kitts West Indies beat India by 5 wickets. The host team won this match with 4 balls to spare. West Indies won the toss team india To bat first. The Indian team could not even play the full 20 overs and was all out after scoring 138 runs. In reply, the Caribbean team, chasing the target of 139 runs, achieved the target in 19.2 overs by losing 5 wickets. The result of this match worked to get West Indies level in the series, leaving many questions for Team India.

When Team India was losing the second T20I in the West Indies, India was sleeping here at midnight. In such a situation, it is important to know why your team lost, at which point of the match it lost, how it lost?

McCoy’s strike bowling

India lost as West Indies fast bowler Obed McCoy bowled a lethal attack. He bundled out half of India’s team for 17 runs. With 6 wickets, McCoy became the West Indies’ best figure bowler in T20Is. On the other hand, against India, this is the best performance of any Caribbean bowler in any format.

Brendan the ‘King’ with the bat

West Indies opener Brendan King scored 68 runs in 52 balls chasing a target of 139 runs. He scored these runs at that juncture when West Indies’ score was 83 for 3 in 13 overs. That is, the matter was stuck.

Why the last over from Avesh Khan?

West Indies needed 10 runs in the last over to win. Everyone felt that he would bowl Bhuvneshwar Kumar because he had 2 overs left. But captain Rohit Sharma handed the ball to Avesh Khan. He came under pressure on the very first ball and bowled a no ball. The result was that the free hit was given to the West Indies, which hit six. Then four on the second ball and the match ended there.

Indian batting damaged

The condition of Indian batting looked bad. Team India could not even play the entire over. By the 14th over, the score was 104 for 4 wickets. But then lost the remaining 6 wickets for the next 34 runs, that too with 2 balls remaining of the Indian innings.

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