Team India defeated the West Indies won by two wickets in the second One-Day International of the three-match series on Sunday at the Queens Park Oval venue in Port of Spain thanks to half-centuries by Shreyas Iyer, Sanju Samson, and Axar Patel.
Nicholas Pooran, the captain of West Indies, emphasised his desire to triumph in the following match after his team lost the second ODI to India. Team India defeated the West Indies by two wickets in the second one-day international of the three-match series on Sunday at the Queens Park Oval venue in Port of Spain thanks to half-centuries by Shreyas Iyer, Sanju Samson, and Axar Patel. “Undoubtedly, in the last two of overs, we lost our composure.
They lost the game in the final six overs. We believed hitting a spinner was simpler. Axar batted exceptionally well, and then we just required one wicket to win the game,” stated Pooran during the post-game presentation. “He (Hope) was extraordinary to make a hundred in his 100th ODI. We performed incredibly well with the batting team.
With a 2-0 victory, India now leads the series. A 99-run partnership among Iyer (63) and Samson (54) stabilised their innings as they were struggling at 79/3.
In the end, Deepak Hooda’s (33) and Axar Patel’s (64*) contributions were crucial in helping the visitors prevail. And have sent up the top order in the match’s early going and amassing a massive total themselves, West Indies lost this game.
India got off to a strong start in their pursuit of 312.
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