1st Test,
West Indies tour of England, 2017, Birmingham

England vs Windies

17 August 2017 18:30 (IST)

42nd Match, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad, 12 May 2016

Hyderabad vs Delhi

Delhi 2nd Inn:150/3 (18.1)

Sanju Samson* 34 (26);Rishabh Pant 39 (26);
Yuvraj Singh* 1.1-0-11-0; Mustafizur Rahman 4-0-39-0;

Last bat: Quinton de Kock

Result: Delhi won by 7 wkts.

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Delhi Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Quinton de Kock(wk) c N Ojha & b Henriques 44 31 5 2 141.94
Mayank Agarwal c Yuvraj & b Nehra 10 9 2 0 111.11
Karun Nair b Henriques 20 17 3 0 117.65
Sanju Samson not out 34 26 0 2 130.77
Rishabh Pant not out 39 26 2 3 150
Jean-Paul Duminy(c) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Jayant Yadav dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Chris Morris dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Amit Mishra dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Nathan Coulter-Nile dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mohammed Shami dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 0, w - 3, nb - 0)3
Total(150 for 3 in 18.1 overs)150 (8.26 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/20 (Mayank Agarwal, 3.1 ov.) 2/75 (Karun Nair, 9.2 ov.) 3/78 (Quinton de Kock, 9.5 ov.)
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 0 32 0 8 (2w)
Ashish Nehra 3 0 23 1 7.67  
Barinder Sran 2 0 21 0 10.5  
Mustafizur Rahman 4 0 39 0 9.75 (1w)
Moises Henriques 3 0 19 2 6.33  
Deepak Hooda 1 0 5 0 5  
Yuvraj Singh 1.1 0 11 0 9.4  
               

Hyderabad Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner(c) b Jayant Yadav 46 30 6 1 153.33
Shikhar Dhawan c Samson & b A Mishra 34 37 3 0 91.89
Kane Williamson b C Morris 27 24 3 0 112.5
Yuvraj Singh c Rishabh Pant & b A Mishra 8 8 0 1 100
Moises Henriques lbw Shami 0 1 0 0 0
Deepak Hooda hitwicket 10 9 1 0 111.11
Naman Ojha(wk) c Samson & b Coulter-Nile 7 9 1 0 77.78
Bhuvneshwar Kumar runout (C Morris) 1 2 0 0 50
Barinder Sran not out 1 1 0 0 100
Ashish Nehra not out 1 1 0 0 100
Mustafizur Rahman dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 6, w - 3, nb - 2)11
Total(146 for 8 in 20 overs)146 (7.3 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/67 (David Warner, 8.5 ov.) 2/98 (Shikhar Dhawan, 12.6 ov.) 3/113 (Yuvraj Singh, 14.6 ov.)
4/114 (Moises Henriques, 15.2 ov.) 5/135 (Deepak Hooda, 17.5 ov.) 6/137 (Kane Williamson, 18.3 ov.)
7/138 (Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 19 ov.) 8/143 (Naman Ojha, 19.5 ov.)  
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Jayant Yadav 4 0 32 1 8 (1w)
Nathan Coulter-Nile 4 0 25 2 6.25  
Mohammed Shami 3 0 26 1 8.67  
Chris Morris 4 0 19 1 4.75 (1w)
Jean-Paul Duminy (c) 2 0 19 0 9.5 (1w)
Amit Mishra 3 0 19 2 6.33  
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

to M Agarwal, FOUR, that is delectable! Did not try to hit it hard, jus lofted this length delivery over the fielder at mid-on. First boundary of the innings

4

to de Kock, FOUR, width and de Kock loves that area. Punches this one past the fielder at backward point, raced to the fence

4

to de Kock, FOUR, how about that? This is incredible. Presents the full face of the bat on this fullish delivery and bisects the gap between the bowler and mid-on

4

to M Agarwal, FOUR, bumper and a good one, got the better of Agarwal, almost. Pulled this one off the top edge that flew over the keeper and into the fine leg fence

W

to M Agarwal, out Caught by Yuvraj!! strikes. The ball might have held a bit on the pitch, Agarwal went for the on the rise drive, ended up hitting well in front of Yuvi at cover-point, who did not have to bend much to snaffle it. Hyderabad would have paid for such a start. M Agarwal c Yuvraj b 10(9) [4s-2]

6

to de Kock, SIX, go fetch that! What a great pick-up shot from de Kock, just used the angle and whipped it over the deep backward square leg fence, went quite deep into the stands

4

to de Kock, FOUR, who would say that this man just lost his partner? Backs away and then flashes it uppishly past backward point, third man is inside the ring so there was no one to scout it

4

to Nair, FOUR, the world becomes so beautiful everytime someone plays a cover drive like that. Half-volley just outside off, Nair leaned into it, almost effortlessly and then caressed it through the covers

4

to Nair, FOUR, short and wide, Nair never wanted to keep it down. What are powerplays for, cuts it over the field at point, the ball races away to the fence

4

to de Kock, FOUR, bowl him short and wide and he will say thank you before cutting it through point to fetch a four

4

to Nair, FOUR, Nair pokes at it away from the body and begot and inside edge that rolled past the stumps before scooting to the fine leg fence

4

to de Kock, FOUR, nothing seems to be coming off for the bowlers, de Kock read this slower short delivery and then slapped over the fielder at mid-off

6

to de Kock, SIX, and this shot proves QDK has a great eyesight. Fullish delivery on his pads and he whips it over the fine leg fence, what a great pick-up shot this was. Second of the innings so far

OT

Hooda to de Kock, 1 run, round the wicket comes Hooda and bowls it a touch short. de Kock mistimes the pull to deep mid-wicket

W

to Nair, out Bowled!! Yorker and a slower one and it has got the better of Nair. I thought Nair had it covered for he waited for it, but it was heading towards the base of the stumps and Nair could not jam it away despite staying leg-side and having a good view of it. Will this wicket restrict de Kock's charge? Or has he slipped into that zone where things like this do not bother you? Nair b 20(17) [4s-3]

W

to de Kock, out Caught by N Ojha!! I saw QDK shaking his head, beseeching the umpire that he has not edged it. The umpire looked convinced and started walking towards the stumps. But something struck him and he raised his finger just when de Kock would have thought that he survived it. It was a short ball, away from the reach of de Kock, he tried to play the ramp shot and missed. He might have needed a ladder to reach it. N Ojha looked convinced that de Kock edged, joined late in the appeal but eventually Hyderabad got the wicket they wanted. Huge blow. de Kock c N Ojha b 44(31) [4s-5 6s-2]

6

to Samson, SIX, goodness gracious, what a blow! Where's that come from? Samson picks up the length so early after planting his front foot forward, it's been bowled with no real purpose and doesn't get up much from a short of length, and then he pulls it without bothering to transfer his weight back. Way into the mid-wicket stands she goes

6

to Rishabh Pant, SIX, Pant has taken a gamble against The Fizz and it has paid rich dividends. Sizes up the full ball and deliberately punches it in the air, just over long-on

4

to Rishabh Pant, FOUR, such a lackluster over from , and at a time when his team were reeling the momentum back slightly. Bowls an ordinary full toss on middle stump and Pant whips it wide of long-on with a lot of authority. This boy continues to impress

6

to Rishabh Pant, SIX, now this is a killing blow! It vaporizes many of the HYD hopes. And what a time to do it too, right off the first ball of Bhuvi's over to put him under the sword. Bhuvi bowls length around middle and leg, Pant clears his front leg and heaves it over cow corner

OT

to Samson, 2 runs, slower short of length delivery just outside off, Samson rises with it and tucks it behind square for a brace. It's young legs out there and they won't miss out

4

to Rishabh Pant, FOUR, full ball and Pant has launched it over mid-off. Sensational batting from the 18-year old. Presents the full face and punches it over the infield

6

to Rishabh Pant, SIX, low full toss on the pads, really ordinary from , and he has been given the appropriate treatment as Pant whips it over deep mid-wicket. Wow!

6

to Samson, SIX, and that's it! Two young Indian batsmen have closed off the game for their team. Flat and sliding in towards middle, Samson heaves it with the angle over cow corner

OT

to Warner, 1 run, starts with a shortish delivery on the hips of Warner, he pulls it to fine leg. 3000 T20 League runs for Warner

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, you don't bowl there - on the pads of a batter. Half-volley on his pads and he flicks it past the fielder at mid-on. No need to run for those

4

to Warner, FOUR, how well has that been timed? Did not try to hit it, stayed on the leg-side of the delivery and then just dabbed it into the ground, beat the fielder running from third man with ease

4

to Warner, FOUR, same area, different shot. Warner waits for the back of a length delivery and then punches it past point, this one raced to the fence quicker than the previous shot, was hit with some power

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, short ball and that has been punished. Did not time it well but managed to get enough on it to get it to the long-off fence

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, he is playing with the bowlers now. Moved across and forced Yadav to bowl it down the leg-side and then whipped it to the fine leg fence with ease

6

Yadav to Warner, SIX, this is the over that will put them on the pedastal. Clears his front leg this time and smacks it over the bowler's head, it just about cleared the fence

OT

to Dhawan, 1 run, that would have been close . Dhawan fenced this length delivery to point and set off, Warner dived and made it in the end as the throw missed the target

4

to Dhawan, leg byes, FOUR, tries to go for the slower delivery, missed the line a bit. Dhawan moved across and wanted to tickle it fine, won't mind as the ball kissed his pad and rushed to the fine leg fence

OT

to Dhawan, 1 run, Dhawan gets on top of the bounce of this length delivery and then steers it to third man for a single

4

to Warner, FOUR, long-off was fairly wide and that helped Warner, he did not time this lofted shot on the flighted delivery. Had enough legs to cross the fence though

4

Yadav to Warner, FOUR, that will hurt. Flatter delivery and Warner flat bats it to long-off where Morris lets it go through his legs

W

Yadav to Warner, out Bowled!! He was brought for this and he has done his part just in time, before finishing his spell. It was a quicker delivery and was a bit full as well. Warner moved leg-side, like he always does, realised that it was not there to cut, tried to force it away but was too late. The ball pegged the leg-stick, leaving Warner dejected. Warner b Yadav 46(30) [4s-6 6s-1]

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, fine leg is inside the ring and served it on the pads of Dhawan, who crouched low and swept it with ease

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, this is a gem of a shot from Dhawan. He has been sweeping well today, of course it was on the middle and leg and it allowed Dhawan the space of get low and sweep it into the fine leg fence

4

to Williamson, FOUR, drops it very short, and Williamson is not one to miss out despite not being in great form this season. He goes deep in the crease and pulls it hard along the turf to split long-on and deep mid-wicket

W

to Dhawan, out Caught by Samson!! strikes with a quick cross-seam delivery. Darts it on a shortish length, 114ks, hits close to the sticker on Dhawan's bat as he tries to slog and lobs up in front of deep mid-wicket where Samson runs in and pouches it safely before tumbling over. Real good catch this as he was on the move when he grabbed it. Dhawan's laboured knock comes to an end. Never looked in any kind of rhythm. Dhawan c Samson b 34(37) [4s-3]

4

to Williamson, FOUR, rising short ball angled in towards Williamson's chest, ends up hurrying him on the pull. Catches a bit of glove and loops over de Kock into the fence

6

to Yuvraj, SIX, that YUVRAj flourish is certainly back. Just a shimmy down the track, his big strides get him close to the ball and negates the risk of playing against the turn of a googly. And then he simply extends his arms to launch the ball in an arc over long-on

W

to Yuvraj, out Caught by Rishabh Pant!! A real QUICK cross-seam ball from has consumed another Indian leftie. Fired on a back of a length on the pads, Yuvraj is startled by the pace on it - so much so that he rushes into flicking it away and spoons it off a leading edge. The ball loops up in front of backward square leg, Pant is the man there, never looked settled and ended up having to dive forward, but he holds his cool and grabs it safely. Yuvraj c Rishabh Pant b 8(8) [6s-1]

W

to Henriques, out Lbw!! The ball has skid on, all evening, with the sheen on the pitch. Henriques is startled by the rapidity with which it comes to him. Rather than being forward to a length ball, he's caught on the crease and is late to bring the bat down. Thuds him right on the knee-roll in front of middle. Height is the only issue but with him being so far back, the ball doesn't have much distance to travel. Gone! Henriques lbw b 0(1)

4

Morris to Williamson, FOUR, look at how he's used the wrists to maneouver the ball over mid-wiket. First Williamson walked aross outside off, then he piked a fullish ball and whipped it over the infield to split the field in the deep

4

to Deepak Hooda, no ball, FOUR, lovely shot. He makes room but is denied the same by NCN who follows him with a full ball. But Hooda is defiant. Slices the drive through the off-side ring, where everyone is up in the circle. What's more, NCN has overstepped as well

W

to Deepak Hooda, out Hit Wkt!! Hooda has gone so far back that his back foot ends up stomping on the stumps. Such a rare event in cricket, but now we have had 2 already in this T20 League. An innocuous slower back of a length delivery in line with off and middle, Hooda glances it towards short fine leg but not without breaking the stumps. Deepak Hooda hit wkt b 10(9) [4s-1]

W

Morris to Williamson, out Bowled!! A quik full toss, at 146ks, rattles the timber. Williamson had baked away too far looking to go inside out but ouldn't onnet. Williamson b Morris 27(24) [4s-3]

W

Morris to N Ojha, out Bhuvneshwar Run Out!! Just too good. Exellent yorker whih Ojha somehow squezes onto pad off an inside edge. The ball goes nowhere, but they have to go for the single for Ojha to retain strike. Morris already has a head-start over Bhuvi ourtesy his followthrough. Reahes the ball first and side-foots it onto the stumps. All those warm up football sessions paying off. Bhuvneshwar run out ( Morris) 1(2)

4

to N Ojha, FOUR, short ball with a lot of width on offer, Ojha slashes a cut which travels at the speed of light behind backward point. What was it, 3 X 10 raised to the power something. Never did well with Physics

W

to N Ojha, out Caught by Samson!! Another full toss, gosh, what's happening to these specialized death bowlers? Yesterday, it was Jordan and now NCN. Never mind, it's done the job. Ojha has flogged it straight to deep backward square. The umpires check for the height on it but it's below waist. N Ojha c Samson b 7(9) [4s-1]

Hyderabad

 David Warner (c) Shikhar Dhawan  Kane Williamson
 Yuvraj Singh  Moises Henriques  Deepak Hooda
 Naman Ojha (wk) Bhuvneshwar Kumar  Barinder Sran
 Ashish Nehra  Mustafizur Rahman  Karn Sharma
 Abhimanyu Mithun  Siddarth Kaul  Ben Cutting
 Eoin Morgan  Trent Boult  Aditya Tare
 Tirumalsetti Suman  Bipul Sharma  Ashish Reddy
 Vijay Shankar  Ricky Bhui   
           

Delhi

 Quinton de Kock (wk) Mayank Agarwal  Sanju Samson
 Karun Nair  Jean-Paul Duminy (c) Rishabh Pant
 Jayant Yadav  Chris Morris  Amit Mishra
 Nathan Coulter-Nile  Mohammed Shami  Imran Tahir
 Pawan Suyal  Akhil Herwadkar  Pawan Negi
 Chama Milind  Shreyas Iyer  Pratyush Singh
 Mahipal Lomror  Khaleel Ahmed  Zaheer Khan
 Carlos Brathwaite  Shahbaz Nadeem  Sam Billings
      
           
India tour of West Indies 2017
Date Match RESULT
Jun 23 1st ODI
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India tour of West Indies 2017
Date Match RESULT
Jun 23 1st ODI
No Result
Jun 25 2nd ODI
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Jun 30 3rd ODI ---
Jul 2 4th ODI ---
Jul 6 5th ODI ---
Jul 9 Only T20 ---
Complete Schedule