West Indies vs India, 1st T20I at Trinidad, Jul 29, 2022

India 190/6 (19.6) West Indies RR 6.1

West Indies 122/8 (19.6)

West Indies, who chose to bowl

India won by 68 runs


 
Batsman
R
B
4s
6s
SR
Mat
Runs
Hs
Avg
 
19
22
2
0
86.36
20
168
29
21.00
 
5
11
0
0
45.45
NA
NA
NA
NA
 
Bowler
O
M
R
W
Econ
Mat
Wkts
BBI
Avg
 
4
0
26
2
6.5
NA
NA
NA
NA
 
4
0
24
2
6
NA
NA
NA
NA
 
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Dinesh Karthik | Player of the Match: It was sticky, not an easy wicket to bat on. It's a very interesting role, you need the backing from the coach and the captain and that really helped. Important to assess the wicket and what kind of shots you need to play, and that comes with practice.

Rohit Sharma (IND):  We knew it's gonna be slightly tough, the shot-making wasn't easy at the start. The guys who are set need to carry on for longer and the way we finished off the first innings was a great effort. When we finished the first 10 overs, we didn't think we could get to 190. It was a great effort from the boys and great finish. There are three facets of the game which we are trying to improve. We gotta try and back the ideas about executing it with the bat. We want to try certain things and all in all I thought it was a great effort. Certain pitches will not allow you to do that and we need to assess how we go about it. It is all about backing your skills and strengths. I love playing here in West Indies. The Indian team always receives great support from the Indian crowd coming in from the USA and also the local crowd here, quite superb to get such support.

Nicholas Pooran (WI): Disappointed. The players are feeling hurt, it's the first game of the series and we are looking to bounce back. 18 overs it was 150 I guess and then they took the momentum away from us, we just have to work on our discipline. The spinners did well and we have to look at some of the combinations going ahead.

India won by 68 runs

Over 19.6 R Bishnoi bowls a quicker arm ball to Alzarri Joseph, no run, gets forward and tries to play across the line but misses.

Over 19.5 R Bishnoi bowls it flat in the air to Keemo Paul,1 run,  sits on one knee and biffs it down to long-on