In the third ODI match against the West Indies on Wednesday, Rishabh Pant threw away his wicket while trying to send Fabien Allen out of the park, only to see his mistimed hoick land in the hands of Keemo Paul at mid-off. What made the dismissal look worse was that it came off the very first delivery that he faced
En route his 43rd ODI century against West Indies on Wednesday, Virat Kohli became the first batsman to score 20,000 international runs in a decade. Before Kohli, Ricky Ponting had held the record for scoring most international runs in a decade with 18,962 to his credit in the 2000s.
The arrested crew members – the Master, Chief Officer and two Second Mates – were aboard the Panama-flagged supertanker that was detained off Europa Point in Gibraltar, a British Overseas Territory on the Spanish coast, last month.
India clinched the three-match ODI series against West Indies 2-0 with a six-wicket win in the rain-curtailed final ODI at Port of Spain, Trinidad on Wednesday. Virat Kohli hit his 43rd ODI century to guide his side home with 15 balls remaining
Chris Gayle scored a quickfire 72 off 41 balls against India in the final ODI and will retire with the West Indies records for the most appearances and runs, overtaking Brian Lara's 299 matches and 10,405 runs
Virat Kohli remained unbeaten on 114 as India cruised to a six-wicket win over West Indies in the third and final ODI at Port of Spain, Trinidad on Wednesday. With that, the visitors sealed the series 2-0. Catch highlights of West Indies vs India, 3rd ODI here
Ever since the ICC World Cup 2019, Rishabh Pant has been playing at the number four spot in the ODIs. However, he has not had much success there and fans are demanding a change in batting order ahead of the third match against the West Indies
While Virat Kohli scored his 42nd ODI ton (120 off 125), Shreyas Iyer helped himself to a brilliant 71 off 68 balls to help India post a very good total of 279/7 which proved to be more than enough to beat West Indis at Port of Spain
Continuing his love affair with Port of Spain, Bhuvneshwar Kumar took four wickets to help India beat West Indies in the second ODI at Queen's Park Oval, and garnishing his performance was a blinder of a catch