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IND vs WI, 2nd T20I: Nicholas Pooran's Blistering Innings Guides West Indies To A 2-0 Series Lead Over India - In Pics

An explosive half-century by Nicholas Pooran defied a brilliant power-play spell by Indian skipper Hardik Pandya and some brilliant bowling in death overs as the hosts West Indies secured a hard-fought two-wicket win over the Men in Blue in the second T20I of the five-match series at Guyana on Sunday. India trail by 2-0 in the series. In the chase of 152, West Indies was off to a nightmarish start when Hardik Pandya got rid of Brandon King (0) and Johnson Charles (2) in the first over itself. WI was restricted to 2/2 in the first over itself. However, Kyle Mayers joined the crease with Nicholas Pooran to rebuild the Windies innings. Despite Indian bowlers striking at crucial intervals, Akeal Hossein made sure there were no hiccups as the hosts won by two wickets. Earlier, Tilak Varma's gutsy half-century was the highlight of yet another disappointing show by Indian batters as West Indies restricted the visitors to just 151/7 in their 20 overs in the second T20I of the five-match series at Guyana on Sunday.

IND vs WI, 2nd T20I
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An explosive half-century by Nicholas Pooran defied a brilliant power-play spell by Indian skipper Hardik Pandya and some brilliant bowling in death overs as the hosts West Indies secured a hard-fought two-wicket win over the Men in Blue in the second T20I of the five-match series at Guyana on Sunday. India trail by 2-0 in the series. In the chase of 152, West Indies was off to a nightmarish start when Hardik Pandya got rid of Brandon King (0) and Johnson Charles (2) in the first over itself. WI was restricted to 2/2 in the first over itself. However, Kyle Mayers joined the crease with Nicholas Pooran to rebuild the Windies innings. Despite Indian bowlers striking at crucial intervals, Akeal Hossein made sure there were no hiccups as the hosts won by two wickets. Earlier, Tilak Varma's gutsy half-century was the highlight of yet another disappointing show by Indian batters as West Indies restricted the visitors to just 151/7 in their 20 overs in the second T20I of the five-match series at Guyana on Sunday.

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