IND vs WI 5th T20: Indian spinners created history, this happened for the first time in the history of T20 International
West Indies stacked in front of spinners
In fact, the West Indies batsmen looked helpless in front of the spinners of India. One by one the Indian spinners showed all the Windies batsmen the way to the pavilion. Indian spinners took all 10 wickets of West Indies. For India, Axar Patel and Kuldeep Yadav took 3-3, while Ravi Bishnoi took 4 wickets. This is the first time in the history of T20 International that all the wickets have been taken by the spinners. In such a situation, Indian spinners have made this record in their name.
who took whose wicket
For India, Axar Patel took the wickets of Jason Holder, Devon Thomas and Shamrah Brooks. Kuldeep Yadav, who made it to the playing 11 in the last T20, took full advantage of the opportunity. He made his victims Nicholas Pooran, Dominic Drakes and Odeon Smith. At the same time, Ravi Bishnoi took the maximum four wickets in his name. He sent Shimron Hetmyer, Rovman Powell, Keemo Paul and Obed McCoy to the pavilion.
Shreyas hits half century
Electing to bat after winning the toss, Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer shared a 38-run partnership for the first wicket of the Indian team. Ishan returned to the pavilion after scoring 11 runs off 13 balls. After this, Deepak Hooda, who came to bat, took over the innings. He shared a 76-run partnership with Iyer for the second wicket. In the 12th over, Hooda was dismissed for 38 runs in 25 balls. Shreyas Iyer was dismissed for 64 runs in 40 balls on the last ball of the 13th over. After this, Sanju Samson scored 15, Dinesh Karthik 12, Hardik Pandya 28 and Axar scored 9 runs.
Chasing the target of 189 runs, the start of West Indies was not special. In the very first over, Jason Holder returned to the pavilion without opening the account. This was followed by Shamrah Brooks 13, Devon Thomas 10, Captain Nicholas Pooran 3, Rovman Powell 9, Keemo Paul 0, Dominic Drakes 1 and Odeon Smith 0 and Shimron Hetmyer 56. Hayden Walsh returned unbeaten to the pavilion without playing an account.