Kieron Pollard got out on a loopy full toss

Kieron Pollard got out on a loopy full toss

Kieron Pollard (pic source : ESPNcricinfo)

Yesterday, India won the low scoring encounter by four wickets. India has taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Today is the second match of the series. In this match, India won the toss and invited West Indies to bat first. Windies didn’t get a good start, and they lost the wicket on a regular interval. Windies scored only 95 runs and set the target of 96 runs. Only Kieron pollard played well for windies. Team India’s bowler gave combined bowling performance. Navdeep Saini took three wickets on his debut match.

Last over of the Windies inning, Kieron Pollard on strike and Navdeep Saini was bowling. Navdeep Saini bowled a loopy full toss, and Kieron Pollard missed the ball. India appealed for LBW, but umpire denied it then India took the review and the third umpire gave out him.

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After winning the match, Virat Kohli said,

“The bowling and fielding was right up there. The pitch wasn’t great, to be honest, but they couldn’t have done much with all the rain around and the covers being on for three odd days. They did a good job to get the game started. The bowlers were on top throughout. He (Saini) is from Delhi. He is a raw talent, has the raw pace. He is one of them, who can bowl 150 clicks, and there are hardly any who bowl at that pace, and he is fit. He is someone who can build a name for himself, and he is hungry as well. Hopefully, he builds on from here. We would have liked to chase this four down maximum, that’s how this pitch was. It was tough to get your shots away with the old ball. We just want to contribute as a team in the second game.”

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Man of the Match on T20I debut (India)

Dinesh Karthik versus South Africa, 2006

Pragyan Ojha versus Bangladesh, 2009

S Badrinath versus Windies, 2011

A Patel versus Zimbabwe, 2015

B Sran versus Zimbabwe, 2016

Navdeep Saini vs Windies, 2019

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