IND vs WI T20 Series: In the first T20 match, West Indies captain Kieron Pollard proved to be a villain for Team India. Two Indian players had to get injured due to Pollard. His shots injured Team India’s fast bowler Deepak Chahar and all-rounder Venkatesh Iyer. Now the suspense remains intact even after these players play in the next match.
Deepak Chahar was injured in the 19th over of West Indies’ innings. He injured his right hand while saving Kieron Pollard’s strong pool shot at square leg. After this he was immediately sent to the dressing room. Chahar could not even fulfill his quota of overs. In his place, Harshal Patel put the last over.
Pollard had already hurt Team India’s all-rounder Venkatesh Iyer just two overs before this. In the 17th over of the Windies innings, the ball left Venkatesh’s hand on a sharp shot from Pollard. He also suffered an injury in his right hand. Now only after scanning of both the players will they be confirmed to play in the next match.
Venkatesh won by hitting six
In this match, Deepak Chahar took one wicket for 28 runs in three overs. At the same time, Venkatesh got to bowl the only over, in which he gave 4 runs. However, Venkatesh, batting at number eight, played an unbeaten innings of 24 runs off 13 balls. He made Team India win the match by hitting a six in the last. India is now 1-0 ahead in the series.
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