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India vs West Indies 3rd ODI: West Indies win the match 43 runs



India vs West Indies 3rd ODI: West Indies win the match 43 runs

West Indies beat the India by 43 runs to level the five match series 1-1.Virat Kohli became the first Indian batsman to score three consecutive centuries in ODI cricket. Virat Kohli scored 107, India have lost the wickets at regular intervals and Kohli was the big hope for them. His wicket has now put West Indies in a position to win the match.

West Indies were well with their intensity in the field, They felt the pressure initially when Kohli and Dhawan were going strong. West Indies managed to chip away wickets at regular intervals which kept them very much in the game. It can be considered as a masterstroke by Jason Holder to give the ball to Marlon Samuels who earned them the wicket of the danger man.

Jason Holder says, All the credit goes to boys, we hung in the game for as long as possible. I should have gone deeper. something to learn there. we hung in there. they were probably a batter short, We knew if we remove Dhoni, we could get in to their lower order. He is a competitor. I know what to expect from him. He keeps it tight and gives us wickets at regular intervals. They guys are learning better. We just need to be consistent. WE need to buck up more. If you want to be one of the best team, you have to be consistent in all aspects of the game.


West Indies level the series at 1-1 after beat the India by 43 in the third ODI in Pune on Saturday. India had to chasing 284 for victory, India were bundlled for 240 in 47.4 overs despite skipper Virat Kolhi’s 1007 runs.

Samuels gets the final wicket as J Bumrah edges one straight to Holder at first slip, Windies win this one one by 44 runs and they have levelled the series at 1-1.

Earlier J Bumrah denied Hope a second consecutive century on his way to a four wicket haul but the west Indies made a superb recovery after a shaky start to a respectable 283-9.


Bumrah emerged the most effective bowler, conceding just in his 10 overs. J Bumrah sent both the visiting openers- K Powell and C Hemraj in the first spell to give India a solid start and later dismissed Hope and Ashley Nurse.

V Kohli was seventh to fall a essentially sealed the game for West Indies, but the game half slipped away from MS Dhoni departed for seven, edging aka Est Indian Sikpper J Holder.

Ambati Rayudu, India’s designed no 4plyaed a good of 24 before an error in judgement again him playing on e on his stumps f Abed McCoy.

Skipper Holder stuck around a brief while, but regular strikes India kept themselves before Nurse’s 22 ball 40 runs a tittle bit of shining of the India’s bowling

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