1st ODI: India v West Indies at Ahmedabad, Feb 6, 2022 Live Score

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West Indies 176/10 India 178/4
(43.5 Overs) RR: 4.01(28.0 Overs) RR:6.35
India won by 6 wickets (with 132 balls remaining)
BatsmanRB4s6sS.R
Rohit Sharma (rhb)6051101117.64
Suryakumar Yadav (rhb) *34365094.44
BowllerOMRWEcon
Alzarri Joseph (rf)7.004526.42
Akeal Hosein (rf)9.004615.11
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Ball by Ball Live Score Commentary

End of Over No.28 India 178/4 Last Over (8 runs)

8.10pm That’s all we have for you from this game. Hope you enjoyed our coverage as much as we did bringing it to you. Until next time, this is Deivarayan Muthu signing off on the behalf of Sidharth Monga and Chandan Duorah. Stay safe and take care.

Yuzvendra Chahal is the Player of the Match: Washy created the pressure with his two wickets. When I saw his spell, I knew that the ball is turning on this pitch so I can flight the ball a bit. On these kinds of pitches, even if you flight the ball, it’s not that easy to hit down the ground. I spoke to Rohit bhai, Virat bhaiyya, and realised that pace is important on this wicket. My usual slower pace won’t work, because the quicker balls were spinning. I changed my line also, made it more middle and off. I bowl according to the pitch. I knew that here, the batters will find it easy to hit if I slowed it up. So I continued bowling quicker. You can bowl the odd slower one for variation. When I came back from South Africa, I watched each of my games three or four times to see where I was missing. I spoke to Rohit bhaiyya also after coming back and with Paras Mhambrey sir, our bowling coach. I worked on where I felt I was missing there.

Pollard: Of course, losing with 22 overs to spare is not ideal. Not being able to bat 50 overs – we’ve got to take stock of that. We got to dig deeper and get better with techniques, again myself included. Having said that, not the result we wanted, but credit to the guys for turning up. It has been a difficult last three days. It was pretty wet and the ball was sliding on [later in the evening]. When we batted, it held up and spun. We have to find a way. The lower-order batting from Jason and Fabian. Joseph and Akeal Hosein did the work for us with the ball – those were the positives. We will come back and see what happens.

Rohit: In patches, I don’t believe in a perfect game. We want to keep getting better as a team and all in all it was a great effort from everyone. We spoke of what we wanted to achieve and we ticked all the boxes. They [Holder-Allen] created that partnership and we wanted to get them out. I’m open to a lot of things if we need to change. The end goal is we should be able to achieve what the team wants – whether we want to bat or bowl differently. Honestly, I don’t think we need to change a whole lot. All I will ask of the players it to challenge yourself and be innovative. I’ve been off for a while and didn’t play for two months. I was back home, though, and hitting balls. It’s about finding rhythm as a batter and I was confident going into this game. The pitch had something in it. There was softness early on and in this particular game the toss became important. But, if you keep ticking all the boxes, you can restrict any team and the same goes with the batting. Toss – I honestly want to take it away from the play, but if you win the toss, you take advantage of it.

Suryakumar Yadav: I think things were really clear. I didn’t tell him [Hooda] anything. He has played domestic cricket for last seven years. It was important for him to stay till the end, and his confidence was spot on. I really liked it. Pollard told me a few things. ‘Midwicket was open, why are you not flicking like you do in IPL’ but it was different here. I feel the track was almost the same as it was in the afternoon. But due to dew, it became slightly easier in the chase.

7.45pm That is that. India coast to a six-wicket victory in their 1000th ODI, which lasted only 71.5 overs. Washington and Chahal, the spinners, set it up by taking seven wickets between them to limit WI to 176. Rohit then played a blinder at the top on a tricky Motera track and although he and Kohli fell in the same over to Joseph, Suryakumar and debutant Hooda completed the job for India with plenty to spare. Do stick with us for the presentation.

27.64 Allen to Yadav Suryakumar seals the chase as India go 1-0 up. Suryakumar carves it away past the right of backward point FOUR
27.51 Allen to Hooda sliced away to deep cover 1 run
27.41 Allen to Yadav shorter and turns away outside off, punched away to the left of deep cover 1 run
27.31 Allen to Hooda on a length and outside off, Hooda moves forward and eases it to long-off 1 run
27.21 Allen to Yadav tossed up slower on middle, Suryakumar fetches a single to long-off 1 run
27.10 Allen to Yadav full and sliding into middle, prodded to midwicket via an inside edge no run
End of Over No.27 India 170/4 Last Over (4 runs)
26.60 Hosein to Hooda forced straight to mid-on no run
26.51 Hosein to Yadav full and angling into middle, clipped away wide of mid-on 1 run
26.40 Hosein to Yadav shortish and outside off, chopped straight to point off the back foot no run
26.31 Hosein to Hooda on a length and turns away outside off, punched to sweeper cover 1 run
26.21 Hosein to Yadav tossed up on middle, driven down to long-off 1 run
26.11 Hosein to Hooda turned away through midwicket 1 run
End of Over No.26 India 166/4 Last Over (6 runs)
25.61 Allen to Hooda whipped away through midwicket 1 run
25.51 Allen to Yadav pushed to the left of short cover to sweeper cover 1 run
25.40 Allen to Yadav Suryakumar makes some room and drives this only as far as short cover no run
25.31 Allen to Hooda back of a length and holds its line outside off, punched solidly to sweeper cover 1 run
25.22 Allen to Hooda darted on a length on middle, Hooda drops to one knee and sweeps it hard and flat to deep square leg 2 runs
25.11 Allen to Yadav pushed through on middle, eased down to long-off 1 run

Allen has been brought into the attack

End of Over No.25 India 160/4 Last Over (3 runs)
24.61 Hosein to Yadav darted into middle and leg, whipped away past the right of mid-on 1 run
24.50 Hosein to Yadav full on middle, pushed to mid-off off the front foot no run
24.40 Hosein to Yadav slower through the air and turns away outside off, driven to extra-cover with an open face no run
24.30 Hosein to Yadav on a length and sliding into off, defended no run
24.21 Hosein to Hooda clipped away through backward square leg 1 run

Fredy: “If Ind is to have a new batting philosophy, it’s the fans also who need to evolve. Instead of being overly critical of aggressive shot selection, people need to give the batters the freedom to express themselves and be ready to take a few setbacks on the way. Because without experimenting, the long-term best combination and strategies can’t be found.

24.11 Hosein to Yadav low full-toss on off stump, Suryakumar drives to deep cover 1 run
End of Over No.24 India 157/4 Last Over (5 runs)
23.60 Holder to Hooda full and nips back in at off, played back to the bowler no run
23.54 Holder to Hooda fullish, angling in and straightening away, Hooda drives loosely and gets an outside edge between keeper and wide slip FOUR
23.51 Holder to Hooda very full and veering down leg for a wide 1 wide
23.40 Holder to Hooda slower offcutter from Holder, Hooda picks it and pats it to point no run

Neeraj Mohandas: “25 Minutes to get off work! Do you think India can get 25 Runs in this much time???”

23.30 Holder to Hooda back of a length on middle, Hooda shuffles across and works the ball to short midwicket no run
23.20 Holder to Hooda extra bounce for Holder. Bursts from a back of a length, Hooda fends it to short third man no run

Score Cards

Batting

BatsmenRB
Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma
6051
Ishan Kishan
Ishan Kishan
2836
Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli
84
Rishabh Pant
Rishabh Pant
119
Suryakumar Yadav
Suryakumar Yadav
3436
Deepak Hooda
Deepak Hooda
2632

Bowling

BowlerORWM
Kemar Roach
Kemar Roach
54100
Jason Holder
Jason Holder
52900
Alzarri Joseph
Alzarri Joseph
74520
Akeal Hosein
Akeal Hosein
94610
Fabian Allen
Fabian Allen
21400
BowlingOMRWEcon
KAJ Roach504108.20(4w)
JO Holder502905.80(1w)
AS Joseph704526.42(3w)
AJ Hosein904615.11
FA Allen201407.00
Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st84RG Sharma 60Ishan Kishan 17
2nd9V Kohli 8Ishan Kishan 0
3rd22Ishan Kishan 11RR Pant 11
4th1RR Pant 0SA Yadav 1
5th62*SA Yadav 33DJ Hooda 26
To bat

PlayerMatRunsHSAve100
7.Washington Sundar4573328.500
8.SN Thakur2422450*28.000
9.Mohammed Siraj10944.500
10.YS Chahal676918*8.620
11.M Prasidh Krishna1422*1.000
BattingRB46
RG Sharmalbw6051101
Ishan Kishancaught283621
V Kohlicaught8420
RR Pantrun out11920
SA Yadavnot out343650
DJ Hoodanot out263220
Washington Sundar
SN Thakur
Mohammed Siraj
YS Chahal
M Prasidh Krishna
Extras(b 1, lb 2, w 8)11
Total(4 wkts; 28 ovs)178

Team Squads

India
India

  • Rohit Sharma
  • Ishan Kishan
  • Virat Kohli
  • Rishabh Pant
  • Suryakumar Yadav
  • Deepak Hooda
  • Washington Sundar
  • Shardul Thakur
  • Mohammed Siraj
  • Yuzvendra Chahal
  • Prasidh Krishna
  • West Indies
    West Indies

  • Shai Hope
  • Brandon King
  • Darren Bravo
  • Shamarh Brooks
  • Nicholas Pooran
  • Kieron Pollard
  • Jason Holder
  • Akeal Hosein
  • Fabian Allen
  • Alzarri Joseph
  • Kemar Roach
  • What is it?

    ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League, 1st ODI: India v West Indies at Ahmedabad, Feb 6, 2022.

    When is it?

    Match will be played on Feb 6, 2022.

    What time does it start?

    Starting time of match 2022-02-06 08:00:00 GMT, 2022-02-06 13:30:00 local

    In Which Ground is it Playing?

    The match will be played at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad

    Who will Win ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League, 1st ODI: India v West Indies ?

    With ten nearly equally matched groups, the importance of every game can’t be understated in this tournament. Both sides are expected to emerge out packaged full-strength against each other in what claims to be a cracker of a competition. Contemplating that the 2 sides on newspaper,West Indies are somewhat more power-packed unit whereas India possess the benefit of being a steady side. For this and another above-mentioned motives, we believe the West Indies are far more likely to emerge victorious in what will be among the most crucial experiences for either side.

    What TV channel is it on Live?

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