India Defeats West Indies By 119 Runs In 3rd Odi; Clean Sweep Series At Trinidad Shubman Gill News Updates – Ind Vs Wi: India’s biggest win in West Indies, 119 runs to win 3rd ODI, Shubman Player of the Series


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India defeated West Indies by 119 runs in the third ODI. Batting first in the rain-hit match, Team India set a target of 257 runs in 35 overs in front of the Windies under the Duckworth-Lewis rule. In reply, the entire West Indies team was reduced to 137 runs in 26 overs. Brandon King and Nicholas Pooran scored the highest 42-42 runs like their team.

At the same time, Yuzvendra Chahal took the maximum four wickets for India. After the ODI series, now the Indian team will play a five-match T20 series against the West Indies from July 29. Rohit Sharma will lead the Indian team in the T20 series. Virat and Jasprit Bumrah will also not play T20 series after ODI. Both have been rested.

Shubman Gill batted well
In the third ODI, rain disturbed twice and both times the Indian innings had to be interrupted. When the match was stopped for the first time, the umpires reduced it to 40 overs. At the same time, after stopping for the second time, the match was shifted to 35 overs. Batting first, India had scored 225 for three in 36 overs till the game was stopped for the second time. However, being a 35-over match, West Indies got a target of 257 runs under DLS, but the West Indies team could score only 137 runs. With this win, Team India has eliminated West Indies in the ODI series. India won the ODI series 3-0. The Indian team has been playing ODI series in West Indies for 39 years and for the first time, they have made a clean sweep of the Caribbean team at their home. Shubman Gill was adjudged the player of the match for his unbeaten 98. Shubman scored 205 runs in three matches in this series. For this he was also adjudged the Player of the Series.

The 119-run win is India’s biggest win in ODIs against West Indies on their soil. With this, India won the 12th consecutive bilateral ODI series against the Windies. This is the record for most consecutive bilateral series wins against a single team.

Most ODI series wins against a single team

crew Opponent series since when
Till when?
India West Indies 12 2007-2022*
Pakistan Zimbabwe 11 1996-2020
Pakistan West Indies 10 1999-2022
South Africa Zimbabwe 9 1995-2018
India Sri Lanka 9 2007-2021
Note: Series of at least 3 matches

Embarrassing record of West Indies

At the same time, West Indies have suffered a crushing defeat in their second consecutive ODI series at home. Earlier, Bangladesh had a 3-0 clean sweep of the Windies. Windies have lost their ninth consecutive ODI. West Indies have lost 11 consecutive ODIs. This happened in 2005. The team is just two defeats away from breaking this embarrassing record.

Most consecutive defeats for West Indies (ODIs)

consistently lost
(ODI)
since when
Till when?
11 February-August 2005
9 June-July 2022*
8 October 1999-January 2000
8 July 2009-February 2010

Electing to bat after winning the toss, the Indian team got off to a good start. Captain Shikhar Dhawan and Shubman Gill added 113 runs for the first wicket. Dhawan scored 37th fifty of his ODI career. He was dismissed after scoring 58 runs in 74 balls. Shreyas Iyer then shared an 86-run partnership with Shubman. Shreyas was dismissed after scoring 44 runs. Suryakumar Yadav was dismissed after scoring eight runs. When the game stopped for the second time, Shubman Gill was batting on 98 and could not complete the century due to rain. Shubman once again missed out on his maiden international century. 98 not out in all three formats is Shubman’s best international score. At the same time, Sanju Samson returned unbeaten with him after scoring six runs. Hayden Walsh took two wickets and Akeel Hossain took one wicket for West Indies. Chasing the target of 257 runs, the West Indies team had a very poor start. Windies had lost two wickets for zero. Mohammad Siraj sent Kyle Meyers (0) and Shamrah Brooks (0) to the pavilion in his very first over. After this, Shai Hope shared a 47-run partnership for the third wicket with Brandon King. Yuzvendra Chahal got Hope stumped by wicketkeeper Samson. Hope could score 22 runs. This was followed by a 27-run partnership for the fourth wicket between King and captain Nicholas Pooran. Axar Patel bowled Brandon King. Before being dismissed, King played an innings of 42 runs in 37 balls with the help of five fours and a six. KC Carty could not do much and scored five runs and was bowled by Shardul Thakur. Captain Nicholas Pooran was caught by Dhawan on the ball of famous Krishna in the process of hitting big shots. He was dismissed for 42 runs in 32 balls with the help of five fours and a six. As soon as he got out, the entire team of Windies faltered. Shardul sent Aqeel Hussain (1) to the pavilion. Chahal then dismissed Keemo Paul (0), Hayden Walsh (10) and Jaden Seals (0) to bundle out the Windies innings for 137 runs. Jason Holder remained unbeaten on nine runs. Apart from Chahal (4 wickets), Mohammad Siraj and Shardul Thakur got two wickets each. At the same time, Akshar and Famous got one wicket each.

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India defeated West Indies by 119 runs in the third ODI. Batting first in the rain-hit match, Team India set a target of 257 runs in 35 overs in front of the Windies under the Duckworth-Lewis rule. In reply, the entire West Indies team was reduced to 137 runs in 26 overs. Brandon King and Nicholas Pooran scored the highest 42-42 runs like their team.

At the same time, Yuzvendra Chahal took the maximum four wickets for India. After the ODI series, now the Indian team will play a five-match T20 series against the West Indies from July 29. Rohit Sharma will lead the Indian team in the T20 series. Virat and Jasprit Bumrah will also not play T20 series after ODI. Both have been rested.

Shubman Gill batted well

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