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India vs West Indies, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Highlights - As It Happened

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: June 28, 2019, 2:27 AM IST

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WI vs IND Cricket Scorecard (ODI)

Match 34 ODI, Old Trafford, Manchester, 27 June, 2019

India

268/7

(50.0) RR 5.36

v/s
West Indies

143/10

(34.2) RR 4.16

India beat West Indies by 125 runs

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • 22:16 (IST)

    STAT ATTACK: Mohammad Shami becomes the first Indian bowler to take a 4-for against West Indies in a World Cup inning.
    India's win over WI by a margin of 125 runs is their 6th largest win in terms of runs.
    This is also the 3rd biggest loss for West Indies in terms of runs in World Cups.

  • 22:14 (IST)

    WICKET! That's the final one, Shami comes into the attack and short ball does the trick. It hits him on the glove and this time its a simple catch for Rohit, no controversies about that! West Indies are dismissed for 143 here and are knocked out of the tournament. India win this one by 125 runs

  • 21:54 (IST)

    OUT! But Cottrell's luck does not extend beyond those two balls. Chahal gets him plumb in front of the wickets, and West Indies have lost their ninth wicket now. India are inches away from victory, and the score now reads 124/9 after 30 overs.

  • 21:52 (IST)

    SIX! And Cottrell tonks it over long-on this time. Chahal will not be enjoying this. Cottrell's approach will be clear. Get the boundaries in and take the singles whenever possible. Who knew he could bat this way?

  • 21:51 (IST)

    FOUR! Cottrell pulls the ball away through mid-wicket to the boundary, and an unexpected boundary comes the way of the tailender. At least it brings some cheer to West Indian faces.

  • 21:45 (IST)

    OUT! Hetmyer is caught by KL Rahul at cover off the bowling of Mohammad Shami, and the score reads 112/8. It's looking extremely bleak for West Indies now. Shami gets another wicket.

  • 21:35 (IST)

    OUT! Bumrah takes two in two! He's on a hat-trick, and Fabian Allen makes the long walk back to the pavilion after being trapped in front of the stumps.

  • 21:32 (IST)

    OUT! Dhoni takes a brilliant, one handed catch behind the stumps off Jasprit Bumrah's bowling, as Carlos Brathwaite ends up giving away a thick edge in pursuit of defending the ball. West Indies have now lost six, and the score now reads 107/6 in 26.1 overs.

  • 21:30 (IST)

    FOUR! A much needed boundary, this time on the back-foot. Chahal gave Hetmyer too much time and room to work with over there, and he spanks it through the cover region. The West Indies score now progresses to 107/5 after 26 overs.

  • 21:21 (IST)

    OUT! Jason Holder finds the cover fielder, and Yuzvendra Chahal is the one responsible for that wicket. His flight once again is not picked by the batsman, and he holds out to Kedar Jadhav at extra cover. West Indies are 98/5.

  • 21:11 (IST)

    FOUR! Easy runs for West Indies there. Four byes, as Dhoni fails to read Yuzvendra Chahal's doosra and it leaks away down fine leg for a boundary. West Indies are 92/4 after 22 overs.

  • 21:05 (IST)

    OUT! The dangerous Pooran is dismissed in trying to hit out over the top, but Kuldeep Yadav's flight and guile beats him in the air and he completely skews his shot. Yadav picks up his first wicket, and West Indies are 80/4 in 20.2 overs. India are increasingly extending their vice like grip on this match.

  • 20:56 (IST)

    OUT! It's Ambris' turn to walk! Just as the two batsmen in the middle were gaining some momentum, Hardik Pandya's slower ball does the trick. He is trapped right in front of the stumps, and the umpire's dreaded finger goes up. West Indies are 75/3.

22:16 (IST)

STAT ATTACK: Mohammad Shami becomes the first Indian bowler to take a 4-for against West Indies in a World Cup inning.
India's win over WI by a margin of 125 runs is their 6th largest win in terms of runs.
This is also the 3rd biggest loss for West Indies in terms of runs in World Cups.

 

22:14 (IST)

WICKET! That's the final one, Shami comes into the attack and short ball does the trick. It hits him on the glove and this time its a simple catch for Rohit, no controversies about that! West Indies are dismissed for 143 here and are knocked out of the tournament. India win this one by 125 runs

22:10 (IST)

Again, Roach picks up a couple of boundaries in the over. This will surely frustrate Chahal, whose figures are being spoiled here. He shows his bag of tricks but can't pick the final wicket here. WI are 143/9 after 34 overs here

22:06 (IST)

West Indies getting a few boundaries in the end, both the tailenders giving their bats a mighty swing and balls reaching the boundary rather quickly here. This will surely frustrate the Indians here! 

22:03 (IST)

Chahal gets the final one here or maybe not! Thomas  edges one and Rohit takes a smart catch at first slip. That was really low and he did well to get his fingers under neath that one. Third umpire has a longer look at it, and he has overturned the on field decision here! Rather surprising decision yet again here, anyways we continue to play here!

21:58 (IST)

A maiden over from Kuldeep now, this has been a really disappointing batting performance from the West Indies. They have simply failed to turn up and looks like India will seal a semi-final spot with a convincing victory here

21:54 (IST)

OUT! But Cottrell's luck does not extend beyond those two balls. Chahal gets him plumb in front of the wickets, and West Indies have lost their ninth wicket now. India are inches away from victory, and the score now reads 124/9 after 30 overs.

21:52 (IST)

SIX! And Cottrell tonks it over long-on this time. Chahal will not be enjoying this. Cottrell's approach will be clear. Get the boundaries in and take the singles whenever possible. Who knew he could bat this way?

21:51 (IST)

FOUR! Cottrell pulls the ball away through mid-wicket to the boundary, and an unexpected boundary comes the way of the tailender. At least it brings some cheer to West Indian faces.

21:45 (IST)

OUT! Hetmyer is caught by KL Rahul at cover off the bowling of Mohammad Shami, and the score reads 112/8. It's looking extremely bleak for West Indies now. Shami gets another wicket.

21:43 (IST)

West Indies are 112/7 after 28 overs. Interesting incident in the last over, where Hardik Pandya, standing at leg-slip claimed a catch that looked like it was touch and go with regards to whether it had carried or not. The Indian fielders chose not to question the decision, but replays show that it's tough to tell whether that was definitively not out. Anyway, we carry on.

21:39 (IST)

Can't disagree!

21:38 (IST)

What a whirlwind over this has been from Jasprit Bumrah. Within the space of two balls, he has more or less decided the fate of this match. West Indies are going to find it extremely hard to come back from this position. The score reads 107/7 after 27 overs.

21:35 (IST)

OUT! Bumrah takes two in two! He's on a hat-trick, and Fabian Allen makes the long walk back to the pavilion after being trapped in front of the stumps.

21:32 (IST)

OUT! Dhoni takes a brilliant, one handed catch behind the stumps off Jasprit Bumrah's bowling, as Carlos Brathwaite ends up giving away a thick edge in pursuit of defending the ball. West Indies have now lost six, and the score now reads 107/6 in 26.1 overs.

21:30 (IST)

FOUR! A much needed boundary, this time on the back-foot. Chahal gave Hetmyer too much time and room to work with over there, and he spanks it through the cover region. The West Indies score now progresses to 107/5 after 26 overs.

21:26 (IST)

West Indies are 101/5 after 25 overs, as Jasprit Bumrah is brought back into the attack. He bowls a superb over with superb lines to not give the West Indies batsmen any room to work with.

21:21 (IST)

OUT! Jason Holder finds the cover fielder, and Yuzvendra Chahal is the one responsible for that wicket. His flight once again is not picked by the batsman, and he holds out to Kedar Jadhav at extra cover. West Indies are 98/5.

21:11 (IST)

FOUR! Easy runs for West Indies there. Four byes, as Dhoni fails to read Yuzvendra Chahal's doosra and it leaks away down fine leg for a boundary. West Indies are 92/4 after 22 overs.

21:08 (IST)

Where now for West Indies? They must introspect, re-build and then come out with renewed purpose. The score reads 84/4 after 21 overs, and Yadav is all over the West Indian batsmen like a rash.

21:05 (IST)

OUT! The dangerous Pooran is dismissed in trying to hit out over the top, but Kuldeep Yadav's flight and guile beats him in the air and he completely skews his shot. Yadav picks up his first wicket, and West Indies are 80/4 in 20.2 overs. India are increasingly extending their vice like grip on this match.

21:01 (IST)

The score is 80/3 after 20 overs, as Kedar Jadhav is brought into the attack and Shimron Hetmyer is the next batsman in. It's a matter of starting all over again for West Indies.

20:56 (IST)

OUT! It's Ambris' turn to walk! Just as the two batsmen in the middle were gaining some momentum, Hardik Pandya's slower ball does the trick. He is trapped right in front of the stumps, and the umpire's dreaded finger goes up. West Indies are 75/3. 

20:48 (IST)

Four runs came off that last over, and West Indies are 60/2. Seventeen overs have gone, and Pooran and Ambris are picking up some momentum. A four comes off Pandya's first ball of the next over, and this is where India must be careful to not let the two batsmen off the leash. 6.24 is the required rate at the moment.

20:44 (IST)

Sixteen overs gone, it's 56/2 and the last over saw some free flowing strokeplay from Ambris. That shot off Yadav's bowling would have given him some confidence, as he looks to take his innings forward from this moment.

20:38 (IST)

West Indies are 50/2 after 15 overs, and right on cue, drinks have been called for. That last over from Kuldeep was an interesting revelation in how Yadav operates while bowling, with almost constant and consistent communication between him and Dhoni, Yadav following Dhoni's instructions to the T.

20:33 (IST)

A player of Ambris' calibre would just be feeling a little twitchy at the lack of runs so far. But there are plenty of overs left in this match yet, so West Indies must not feel like they are running out of time. As another over from Pandya finds its conclusion, and the score reads 45/2 afte 14 overs.

20:29 (IST)

Hard work for West Indies at the moment after another over, as the score reads 39/2 after 12 overs. The good part is that Nicholas Pooran and Sunil Ambris have got their eye in and are looking settled. But so did Chris Gayle, and he fell relatively early. Kuldeep Yadav is through another over before the batsman could even breathe, and the score now reads 42/2 after 13 overs. 

20:23 (IST)

Kuldeep Yadav rushes through his first over, as the Indian bowling innings sees the introduction of spin. With the wicket a little two paced, he is expected to have even more of an impact than he normally would after 11 overs on any other pitch. West Indies are 34/2 at the end of 11 overs.

20:18 (IST)

Hardik Pandya has been brought into the attack, and West Indies' score reads 29/2 after his first over. As usual, during his spell, he'll look to contain, entice, draw and beat. And with West Indies already two down, the conditions for him to do so are perfect.

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India vs West Indies, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Highlights - As It Happened

India vs West Indies Live Score, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 ODI Match at Manchester Latest Updates: WICKET! That's the final one, Shami comes into the attack and short ball does the trick. It hits him on the glove and this time its a simple catch for Rohit, no controversies about that! West Indies are dismissed for 143 here and are knocked out of the tournament. India win this one by 125 runs

India vs West Indies in the ICC World Cup 2019 on June 27 (Thursday) will be broadcast on the Star Sports network and Live streaming will be available on Hotstar. The match will be played at the Old Trafford, in Manchester and will begin at 1500 HRS IST. You can also follow all the action on our live blog. (IND vs WI).

PREVIEW: India will aim to continue with their unbeaten streak in the ongoing World Cup when they face a low-on-confidence West Indies team at Old Trafford on Thursday. After coming out with commanding performances in their first three World Cup games, the Men in Blue had to toil hard against Afghanistan to earn their fourth victory of the ongoing tournament in their last game. Riding on Mohammad Shami's hat-trick, India successfully defended a below par total at a sluggish Rose Bowl wicket in Southampton last Saturday. Against Windies, Shami is likely to retain his place in the playing XI as India are unlikely to risk playing Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who was sidelined due to a hamstring injury. The top-order has performed in all the four completed matches and has been the strength of the Indian team. However, the middle order looked a bit scratchy against Afghanistan and Virat Kohli would want M.S. Dhoni, Kedar Jadhav and Vijay Shankar to get into the groove and perform against the attacking bowling line-up of the Windies.

With nine points from five games, India are comfortably positioned in the top four and require two wins out of the remaining four games to book their place in the semi-finals. West Indies, on the other hand, come into the match in what is a must-win proposition for them on the back of a heart-wrenching five-run loss to New Zealand. The Jason Holder-led side has been quite inconsistent in the tournament so far. They have had moments of brilliance from individuals like Carlos Brathwaite and Sheldon Cottrell but what they have lacked is the team performance. The Caribbean team has been unable to perform collectively as a team, a result of which is that they are currently positioned at the eighth spot with three points from six games. They have lost four of their last six games (one ended in no result) and are desperate for a win.

Another concern going into the game against India is the absence of their star hard-hitting all-rounder Andre Russell, who has been ruled out of the tournament with a hamstring injury. They will need to come out with a complete performance if they have to beat an inform Indian team and keep themselves alive in the competition.

Squads: India: Virat Kohli (c), Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal, MS Dhoni (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Kedar Jadhav, Dinesh Karthik, Hardik Pandya, Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul, Mohammed Shami, Vijay Shankar, Rohit Sharma, Kuldeep Yadav

West Indies: Jason Holder (c), Chris Gayle, Kemar Roach, Darren Bravo, Sunil Ambris, Shai Hope, Sheldon Cottrell, Evin Lewis, Shannon Gabriel, Carlos Brathwaite, Ashley Nurse, Shimron Hetmyer, Fabian Allen, Oshane Thomas, Nicholas Pooran

Cricket World Cup Points Table

Pos Team P W L T/NR PTS NRR
1
IND
9 7 1 1 15 +0.80
2
AUS
9 7 2 0 14 +0.86
3
ENG
9 6 3 0 12 +1.15
4
NZ
9 5 3 1 11 +0.17
5
PAK
9 5 3 1 11 -0.43
6
SL
9 3 4 2 8 -0.91
7
SA
9 3 5 1 7 -0.03
8
BAN
9 3 5 1 7 -0.41
9
WI
9 2 6 1 5 -0.22
10
AFG
9 0 9 0 0 -1.32

Team Rankings

Rank Team Points Rating
1 India 3631 113
2 New Zealand 2547 111
3 South Africa 2917 108
4 England 3663 105
5 Australia 2640 98
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Rank Team Points Rating
1 England 6420 123
2 India 6807 122
3 New Zealand 4763 113
4 Australia 5470 112
5 South Africa 5193 110
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Rank Team Points Rating
1 Pakistan 7365 283
2 England 4253 266
3 South Africa 4196 262
4 Australia 5471 261
5 India 7273 260
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