North Sound (Antigua): India-A third played Tuesday night Unofficial ODI In the match, West Indies A beat by 148 runs to win the third consecutive win. With this, India-A has taken an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the five-match one-day series, before the two matches India won by 65 runs. Captain Manish Pandey, who was not successful in the first two matches, scored a superb century in this match, after which the team could win the Koodalu Pandya (5 wickets) spin.
Then came Shubhaman Gill – the wonderful start
In this match, India A had batted first, scoring 295 in the 50 overs at a loss of six wickets. West Indies-A were all out on 147 runs. Manish won the toss and decided to bat first. Opener Anmol Preet Singh did not open the account after playing four balls and was out on total score of 13. The other opener Shubhaman Gill (77), together with Shreyas Iyer (47), has a century partnership. Both of them reached the score of 122 runs. India-A lost the second wicket as Shubhaman, who faced 81 balls in his innings, hit eight boundaries and a six. Iyer also missed his half-century from three runs on total score of 137.
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Captain Manish Pandey's glorious century came again
After Aiyar's departure, Manish managed to maintain the innings alone. He hit eight fours and five sixes in 87 balls. In the end, Hanuma Vihari scored 29 and Ishan Kishan scored 24 runs. On this tour, Team India A's batting was better than the Windies team. In the first match, Shreyas Iyer Nakki scored 77 runs, with the team making 190 runs. In reply, Jonathan Carter and Rovman Powell's 41-41, none of the West Indies players could even touch the tenth position. On the other hand, India A team scored 255 runs in the second match on the basis of Rituraj Gaikwad (85) and Shubhaman Gill (62). In this match Navdeep Saini achieved the five wickets.
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Any West Indian batsman could not play long innings
After chasing the target of 296 runs, the highest scorer for the team of West Indies-A teammate Kimono Paul made Paul made 34 runs in 16 balls with two fours and four sixes. Apart from them, opener Sunil Ambrose made 30 and John Campbell contributed 21 runs. The middle order of the team was settled by Pandya. Apart from them, Navdeep Saini, Washington Sunder, Prashesh Khan took one wicket each. Vihari got two wickets in two.