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India vs West Indies 2015 live: Ind 155 for 6, Dhoni leading the charge

India vs West Indies 2015 live: Ind 155 for 6, Dhoni leading the charge

India wins the match, the best team in tournament thus far.

India vs West Indies 2015 live: Ind 155 for 6, Dhoni leading the charge

After 30 overs India 135/6
India 6 down, RA Jadeja c Samuels b Russell 13 (23b 2×4 0x6) SR: 56.52

Live cricket score: India vs West Indies ICC World Cup Match, Ind 98 for 4

Though India has lost four wickets, the Indian cricket team is still going to win the match against West Indies. Nonehteless I must admit that the match has looking rather very enticing than anyone thought following the disastrous West Indies’ batting performance.

To be true it was surprising to see West Indies team do so badly against not such a top bowling attack. They just gave up after trying to hammer out Indian bowlers. Every effort to hit the bowlers hard met with more wickets falling fast.

It was only Holder who played some sensible cricket. But then too his 57 runs off 64 balls were not enough to help his side make a respectable score that could have given some tough time to the Indian batsmen.

icc-cricket-world-cup-2015 teams-predictionsWe must commend the Indian bowlers especially Shami who came out with a match winning performance by taking three wickets and restricting West Indies’ to unthinkably low total.

But thus far Indian batting hasn’t been good either. They have lost four wickets for less than 90 runs and except Kohli who scored 33 runs no one has been able to score some runs. The only hope is low total of the West Indies’ team.

West Indies 182 (44.2 ov)
DR Smith c †Dhoni b Mohammed Shami 6
CH Gayle c MM Sharma b Mohammed Shami 21
MN Samuels run out (MM Sharma/Kohli) 2
JL Carter c Mohammed Shami b Ashwin 21
D Ramdin† b Yadav 0 1
LMP Simmons c Yadav b MM Sharma 9
DJG Sammy c †Dhoni b Mohammed Shami 26
AD Russell c Kohli b Jadeja 8
JO Holder* c Kohli b Jadeja 57
JE Taylor c & b Yadav 11
KAJ Roach not out 0
Extras (lb 5, w 16) 21
Total (all out; 44.2 overs) 182 (4.10 runs per over)

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