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India’s trip of the West Indies: India’s first unblemished ODI series victory in the region in 39 years

India accomplished the feat after beating West Indies by 119 runs (DLS) in the third and final ODI game on Wednesday at Queen’s Park Oval (July 27).

HIGHLIGHTS

In the third ODI against the West Indies, Yuzvendra Chahal claimed four wickets.

After the play was cut short due to rain to 36 overs per side, Shubman Gill were left for dead on 98*.

India won the 3rd ODI match by 119 runs (DLS) over West Indies.

In the first bilateral ODI whitewash in the West Indies in 39 years because the teams began playing these matches in the Caribbean, India wrote the book on history.

In a road series of three or more ODIs, India had not been able to completely dominate the West Indies. The Men in Blue won the third and final ODI match at Queen’s Park Oval on Wednesday, adding to their prior clean sweep of the West Indies in India earlier this year (July 27).

Yuzvendra Chahal’s four-wicket haul helped India overcome West Indies by 119 runs (DLS) in the third One-Day International.

Shubman Gill, who initiated the contest for India, was left stranded on 98 not out just after weather forced the game to be played in 36 overs per side, missing the opportunity to score his first ODI century.

Shikhar Dhawan accomplished a historically rare accomplishment by winning all three of India’s ODIs in the Caribbean, becoming him the only captain to do so. Overall, this is India’s third victory away from home in ODI cricket after victories in Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe (2013, 2015, and 2016). (2017).

Additionally, India is now the only third team in a calendar year to double-whitewash a squad. The other winning teams are Bangladesh and Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe accomplished the feat in their 2001 match against Bangladesh, winning 4-0 at home & 3-0 away.

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