new Delhi: India has made a strong hold in the second Test match against West Indies (India vs West Indies). India has given the hosts a tough target of 468 runs to win. The Windies have lost two wickets for 48 runs in response to this. He is still 423 runs away from victory, while India need just 8 wickets. Now India's victory formality is just taking place. India also won the first match of the series. In this way, there is a possibility that he will do a clean sweep of the series 2–0.
The Indian team is close to doing a clean sweep in the T20, ODI series as well. This was the talk of Team India, which overall performed well. Talking about the players, Hanuma Vihari and Ajinkya Rahane have done excellent batting. The bowling was dominated by Jasprit Bumrah and Ishant Sharma. But there are some players who would like to forget this series due to their poor performance. The first name of these is Rishabh Pant.
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Rishabh Pant, considered heir to MS Dhoni, could score just 58 runs in three innings of two matches against the Windies. His highest score was 27. Apart from Pant, Cheteshwar Pujara's performance was also weak. He could score only 40 runs in four innings of two Tests. Incidentally, his highest score was also 27.
Ishant Sharma made a century partnership
Indian cricket lovers often complain that Team India's bottom line does not contribute much to the batting. If such cricketers would have seen Ishant Sharma's batting then they would have been delighted. Ishant Sharma batting in two innings in this series and scored a total of 76 runs. His highest score was 57. Ishant scored 19 runs in the first match and formed a crucial 60-run partnership with Ravindra Jadeja. He scored 57 runs in the second match and shared a 112-run partnership with Hanuma Vihari.
Hanuma Vihari remains top scorer
Hanuma Vihari scored the most runs in this two-match series. He scored 289 runs in three innings of two matches. This includes one century and two half-centuries. Ajinkya Rahane scored 271 runs with the help of a century and two half-centuries. Virat Kohli is at number three with 136 runs. Apart from these three, only KL Rahul could touch the 100 mark. He has scored 101 runs in four innings. No West Indies batsman has scored even a half-century until the first innings of the second Test.