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India vs West Indies - 4th ODI

Series: West Indies in India, 5 ODI Series, 2018
Venue: Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
Date & Time: 29 October 2018

West Indies 153/10 (36.2 Ovs) RR: 4.21 | India beat West Indies by 224 runs


Batsman R B 4s 6s
Chandrapaul Hemraj c Ambati Rayudu & b Bhuvneshwar Kumar c Ambati Rayudu & b Bhuvneshwar Kumar 141611
Kieran Powell run out run out 41210
Shai Hope run out run out 0200
Marlon Samuels c Rohit Sharma & b Khaleel Ahmed c Rohit Sharma & b Khaleel Ahmed 182330
Shimron Hetmyer lbw Khaleel Ahmed lbw Khaleel Ahmed 131120
Rovman Powell bowled Khaleel Ahmed bowled Khaleel Ahmed 1900
Jason Holder not out not out 547012
Fabian Allen c Rohit Sharma & b Kuldeep Yadav c Rohit Sharma & b Kuldeep Yadav 101710
Ashley Nurse c Rohit Sharma & b Kuldeep Yadav c Rohit Sharma & b Kuldeep Yadav 81310
Keemo Paul stumped Ravindra Jadeja stumped Ravindra Jadeja 191812
Kemar Roach bowled Kuldeep Yadav bowled Kuldeep Yadav 62700
Extras 6 (b 0, lb 4, w 2, nb 0)
Total 153 (10 Wkts, 36.2 Ov)
Fall of Wickets
20-1 (Chandrapaul Hemraj,4.2), 20-2 (Shai Hope,4.4), 20-3 (Kieran Powell,5.2), 45-4 (Shimron Hetmyer,9.3), 47-5 (Rovman Powell,11.3), 56-6 (Marlon Samuels,13.4), 77-7 (Fabian Allen,18.5), 101-8 (Ashley Nurse,22.4), 132-9 (Keemo Paul,27.5), 153-10 (Kemar Roach,36.2),
BowlingO M R WEcon
Bhuvneshwar Kumar5 1 30 1 6.00
Jasprit Bumrah8 1 25 0 3.13
Khaleel Ahmed5 0 13 3 2.60
Ravindra Jadeja10 1 39 1 3.90
Kuldeep Yadav8.2 0 42 3 5.12

A total anti-climax to what has been happening in the first 3 ODIs. For the first time in this series, the Windies did not fire with the bat at all. They will be hoping to forget tonight's game and come out refreshed for the final ODI in Thiruvananthapuram, on Thursday, November 1, at 1330 local (0800 GMT). Do join us then. ADIOS! TAKE CARE!

Man of the Match Rohit Sharma says he has been practicing some slip catching for a while and it was good to hold on to some catches today at first slip. Adds further that it is a bit tricky to field in the slips, especially to Kuldeep, but he reckons that playing him in the nets has helped him in fielding in the slips. Mentions that it was a clinical performance while batting as after losing 2 quick wickets they played well to come up with a big, match-winning partnership which helped them put a big total on the board. Ends by saying that it is very heartening to see such kind of a performance from the bowlers.

The Indian skipper Virat Kohli says he is happy that they ticked all boxes in all three departments pretty well. Adds further that in the last game, the Windies put them under pressure and reckons that his team did really well today to bounce back with such a performance. Credits Ambati Rayudu for the way he batted at number four position. Ends by saying that the youngster Khaleel Ahmed is an exciting talent and if the pitch has something to offer, he can be a good force to reckon with.

The Windies captain Jason Holder admits that they did not play well enough today. Feels that they gave away too many runs in the first innings. Adds further that during their batting their batsmen did not apply themselves well in the middle and hence they lost early wickets which meant that they were behind in the game from the very beginning. Ends by saying that probably he may come higher up the order from the next game.

Sanjay Manjrekar on the ropes is seen interviewing the youngster, Khaleel Ahmed, who says that he had hoped that there will be some moisture in the wicket which will help him and that is exactly what he got. Informs that he is working on his bowling and practicing hard in the nets. Reckons that he has practiced well and today the execution of the plans was much better. Regarding the wicket of Samuels, he mentions that the batsman was expecting an inward shaping delivery but the ball went away taking the outside edge of Marlon's bat. Adds further that there is no harm in appealing when there is a chance of getting a wicket. Ends by saying that he will look to continue with such good performances in future as well.

Virat Kohli will be a pleased man tonight. His bowling and fielding were top notch when it mattered the most, but, it turned a bit clumsy towards the end. Khaleel Ahmed was in prime form, making the ball move both ways and nipped out three wickets. Kuldeep Yadav also claimed a 3-fer and altogether it was a team effort by the Men in Blue to go 2-1 up in the series.

Chasing a mammoth total, Windies lost wickets in clumps upfront. Bhuvneshwar Kumar struck early to get the initial breakthrough and that was followed by a couple of run outs, of which, one was of Shai Hope. The tourists were dented badly after that blow and never recovered. Shimron Hetmyer, another star of their batting line-up, flopped and that left them reeling. Jason Holder fought a lone battle, scoring a half century, but he only delayed the inevitable.

Earlier in the day, after electing to bat, the Indian openers provided a strong platform. Rohit Sharma and Ambati Rayudu were involved in a double century partnership to pave the way for India's big score. Both the batters got their respective hundreds in the process and entertained the local Mumbai crowd with their delightful stroke play.

Commanding show by India to take an unassailable lead in the series! They were under the cosh after losing the last match but have roared back to register a resounding win. This is their third biggest victory over a team in terms of runs - BIGGEST OVER A TEST-PLAYING NATION. Everything went according to the plan for the home team in all the three departments and they went on to steamroll the resurgent Windies unit.

K Yadav to K Roach, OUT! Timber is rattled. Beautiful googly this. Windies innings has been wrapped up on 153. Kuldeep flights this one up and lands this full around middle. The ball hits the deck and turns away from Roach who is looking to defend it. The ball goes past his outside edge and crashes into the off pole. A clinical performance by the Indian bowlers as they win by a huge margin, 224 runs to be exact.
K Yadav to J Holder, A bit behind the full length on off, Holder goes back and turns it into the square leg region to pick up another run.
K Ahmed to K Roach, On a good length attacking the stumps, played into the mid-wicket region.
K Ahmed to J Holder, Jason has driven it through mid-off. One run added to the total.
K Ahmed to J Holder, Big appeal for LBW, given not out. Keeps this on the leg stump line, may be a bit outside leg. Holder misses his flick and gets hit on the pads. Khaleel appeals loud but the umpire rightfully negates it as it had pitched outside the line of the leg pole.
K Ahmed to J Holder, Full and straight on off, driven back to mid off.
K Ahmed to J Holder, Lands this on a good length around off and angling further away from the right-hander. Roach looks to drive on the up but is beaten as he plays inside the line of that delivery.
K Ahmed to K Roach, Shortish ball around off, punches by Roach off the back foot through the cover region for a single.
K Yadav to K Roach, Leg bye. On his pads. Roach goes for the flick but the ball hits the batsman low on the pads. A strong appeal from the bowler and fielders. Going down leg. A leg bye added to the total.
K Yadav to K Roach, Flighted ball around off, Kemar is beaten as he misses the line of the delivery.
K Yadav to K Roach, Appeal for an LBW turned down. Tosses this up on off and it turns back in on landing. Roach looks to defend but gets rapped on the pads. The ball is going down the leg side though.
K Yadav to K Roach, Googly on off, Roach does well to prod forward and keep it out.
K Yadav to J Holder, Tossed up ball on off, driven to wide long off for another run.
K Yadav to K Roach, Full toss on his legs, flicked to deep square leg for a single.

Kuldeep Yadav comes back into the attack.

J Bumrah to J Holder, Shortish and on off, Holder pulls but finds mid on.
J Bumrah to J Holder, Fuller and on off, pushed off the front foot to mid off.
J Bumrah to K Roach, Slower one outside off, Roach guides it down to third man for a run.
J Bumrah to K Roach, Good length ball on off, Roach jumps and blocks.
J Bumrah to K Roach, A length delivery on off, Roach stays back and defends it off the inner half of his bat.
J Bumrah to J Holder, Not out! A length ball angling into the batsman, Holder is stuck inside the crease as he fails to flick. He is hit on the pads, they appeal as the ball rolls to point. Roach shows interest in a run but is sent back as the fielder scores a direct hit at the bowler's end. The ball deflects and now they cross. The umpire checks upstairs and Roach is found to be safely in.

Eventful delivery! The lbw appeal is turned down and now it's referred upstairs for a run out...

R Jadeja to K Roach, Fuller ball around off, Roach has defended it off his front foot.
R Jadeja to K Roach, The right-hander has defended it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.
R Jadeja to K Roach, Tossed up on off, Roach has played that off the front foot and into the ground.
R Jadeja to K Roach, Played to the point region by Kemar.
R Jadeja to K Roach, Defended off the front foot by the batsman presenting the full face of the bat.
R Jadeja to J Holder, 7th ODI fifty up for the Windies captain. Holder taps this good length ball on off towards the point region and takes a run to get yet another ODI half century. Well played, Jason Holder.

Jadeja is back on.

J Bumrah to K Roach, Bouncer this time but wide of off. Roach sways away to let that one go behind to MSD.
J Bumrah to K Roach, Perfect yorker on the base of off stump, Roach does really well to bring his bat down in time and dig it out.
J Bumrah to K Roach, Fuller on off this, driven to Jadeja at point.
J Bumrah to K Roach, Shorter of a goof length around off, Roach does well to get behind the line of that delivery and blocks it out.
J Bumrah to J Holder, Attempted yorker but turns out to be a half volley on middle and off. Holder drives it to mid on and takes a quick single to move on to 49.
J Bumrah to J Holder, Full ball attacking the stumps, driven to point from within his crease.

Jasprit Bumrah is brought back into the attack.

K Yadav to J Holder, Holder goes on the back foot and eases it to covers for a brisk single. Retains strike.
K Yadav to J Holder, Flatter and on middle, Holder stays back and helps it to mid-wicket.
K Yadav to J Holder, FOUR! Moves to 47! Floated full ball outside off, Holder goes with the spin and drills his drive through covers.
K Yadav to K Roach, Driven towards the mid off region. The batsmen have run through for a single.
K Yadav to K Roach, Turning away, Roach outside edges his attempted cover drive past first slip for a couple of runs.