India set a target of 189 runs for West Indies
T20: Hardik’s captaincy, Shreyas’s half-century
Opener Shreyas Iyer’s innings of 64 runs helped Team India to score 188 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in 20 overs in the fifth T20 match being played against West Indies and set the target of 189 runs to the Windies. . In this match, Hardik Panda, who came to captain in place of Rohit, won the toss and decided to bat first. Four changes were made to the Indian team. In which Ishan Kishan-Shreyas opened in place of Rohit-Surya, Hardik in place of Rishabh and Kuldeep in place of Bhuvneshwar. Apart from Shreyas, Deepak Hooda scored 38 and Hardik 28.
Team India became number one ranking in t-20
With the victory in the fourth T20 match, the Indian team has reached the number one position in T20, leaving England in second place. India has 11,290 points and 269 ratings from 42 matches while England has 8,907 points and 262 ratings from 34 matches.
After being knocked out of the T20 World Cup, India have won six out of the last seven series. Out of this the series against South Africa is drawn 2-2. Out of these six series, India defeated New Zealand, West Indies and Sri Lanka in the home series and Ireland, England and West Indies on the overseas tour. On the other hand, Pakistan’s team is at number three with 261 ratings.