Yuvraj Singh, former India all-rounder, criticised India’s fielding effort towards the West Indies within the first T20I of the three-match sequence on the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Hyderabad on Friday. Yuvraj Singh, who used to be recognized for his high quality fielding and big-hitting talents, slammed the children who dropped too many catches within the outfield. Washington Sundar, Rohit Sharma, and KL Rahul dropped catches. He additionally wondered concerning the an excessive amount of cricket this is being performed in India however the all-rounder remained positive concerning the India’s possibilities within the run chase.
“India very deficient at the box as of late ! Younger weapons reacting somewhat overdue at the ball! An excessive amount of cricket ? ? Let’s get those runs come on lads,” Yuvraj Singh tweeted.
India very deficient at the box as of late ! Younger weapons reacting somewhat overdue at the ball! An excessive amount of cricket ? ? Let’s get those runs come on lads
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) December 6, 2019
India gained the toss and invited the customer’s to bat. The West Indies were given off to a nasty get started as they misplaced their opener Lendl Simmons (2) cost effectively in the second one over. Pacer Deepak Chahar equipped the early step forward for the hosts.
Evin Lewis and Brandon King stitched a 51-run partnership for the second one wicket. The previous’s resistance used to be reduce quick by means of spinner Washington Sundar within the 6th over.
Lewis performed a handy guide a rough knock of 40 runs off 17 balls. The Caribbean aspect used to be at 66/2 after the top of six overs.
Shimron Hetmyer joined King within the heart and added fast some fast runs. The duo constructed a stand of 37-run and guided the aspect to went previous the 100-run mark.
Ravindra Jadeja were given dangle of King (31) within the 11th over, lowering Males in Maroons at 101/three.
West Indies posted 207/five of their 20 overs as Kieron Pollard and Jason Holder added some fast runs in any case.
In answer, Virat Kohli and KL Rahul scored half-centuries as India chased down the objective with 8 balls to spare.