We lost yet played well : Nicholas Pooran after loss to India in third T20

Basseterre: Following the seven arch defeat to India in the third T20I, West Indies captain Nicholas Pooran claimed that despite the fact that his side shed the video game, it did a great deal of best things.

A fantastic half-century from Suryakumar Yadav and his stand with Shreyas Iyer powered India to a seven-wicket gain the hosts West Indies in the 3rd T20I of five-match series on Wednesday.
” Felt we needed to get early gates. Didn’t do that. We seemed like we had enough. India bowled well. Wicket was on the slower side, felt it was difficult to keep scoring on it. Would’ve been a various game had we obtained early arches. We kept shedding arches in the middle overs. We shed the video game however did a great deal of ideal points. Felt like we were 10-15 runs brief. However early wickets might’ve transformed the video game today,” claimed Pooran in a post-match discussion.

The hosts are bound to be unhappy with their performance as they lost the video game as a result of losing a great deal of early wickets and also no significant middle-order partnership.

The West Indies placed on a total of 164 runs in 20 overs with a significant contribution from opener Kyle Mayers that racked up 73 runs.

The West Indies left to the excellent begin as the opening duo Brandon King and also Mayers provided their group a solid platform. King was disregarded by Pandya after racking up 20 runs.

Captain Nicholas Pooran racked up 22 runs prior to being rejected by Bhuvneshwar.

Rovman Powell was returned to the pavilion after scoring 23 runs in 13 shipments. Shimron Hetmyer played a knock of 20 runs to give his group a reputable overall as the reduced order stopped working to click.

Chasing a target of 165, the Men in Blue left to a great beginning as their openers Rohit Sharma as well as Suryakumar Yadav began playing aggressively. Rohit provided India a quick start but retired injured in the 2nd over after relatively pulling a muscle in his midsection or side. Shreyas Iyer after that concerned bat and also attempted to secure the innings with Suryakumar. The star batter of India Suryakumar raised his half-century in 26 rounds.

The duo took their team’s total beyond the 100-run mark. The collaboration did not last long as Iyer was dismissed by Akeal Hosein after racking up 24 runs in 27 balls.

Iyer’s arch brought Rishabh Pant to the fold to maintain the energy going. In the 14.3 over of the innings, Dominic Drakes offered his group a much-needed breakthrough as he rejected Suryakumar, that racked up an excellent 76 runs in 44 shipments.

Hardik Pandya then came to the fold but his job was cut short as Jason Holder sent him back into the pavilion after racking up 4 runs. Deepak Hooda then signed up with Pant at the crease. The duo took their team to a seven-wicket success versus the hosts with six balls continuing to be.

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