A memorable victory for India in the second One-Day International against the West Indies. India won by two wickets in the match, which lasted until the last over. Batting first, West Indies set a target of 312 in front of India. After winning the second ODI, India also won the series.
Shubman Gill was strangely out in the middle of this match. Kyle Mayers Coming in to bowl the 16th over, Shubman Gill tried to scoop the ball. Unfortunately, that scoop didn’t connect Gill properly with the bat. The ball scooped by Gill hit the bat and went straight to the hands of the bowler.
Gill came out to chase 312 runs and gave India a good start. Gill scored 43 runs off 49 balls, which included 5 boundaries. Gill also scored a half-century in the first ODI and is in terrific form.
If we talk about the match, Axar Patel took 64 runs in 35 balls including 5 sixes and 3 fours and remained unbeaten at the helm of India’s victory. India needed 32 runs to win in the last 4 overs with 3 wickets to spare. In this situation, Axar Patel chased 312 runs along with the tail end.
Sanju Samson scored 54 runs, Shreyas Iyer scored 63 runs, and Shubman Gill scored 43 runs for India. Shardul Thakur took 3 wickets for India in bowling. The final match of the series will be held on 27th July.
— Oh My Cricket (@OhMyCric) July 25, 2022