HudHud Devastates Visakhapatnam, 3rd India vs West Indies ODI cancelled

[Indian Team shapes stunning comeback with a victory of 48 runs in Kotla ODI.]

India versus West Indies 2nd ODI at Kotla started with various variations and changes in the Indian Squad, all variations made fair input in the team and output resulted in a must needed victory.

Caribbean side bowled well and restricted India to 263, Jerome Taylor did a fine show with bowl and damaged the Indian Batting with his variations in pace and length. Virat kohli’s much awaited good performance landed in Delhi, star batsman slammed a half century and 105 runs partnership with Suresh Raina.

Dhoni made a variation, Kohli walked in down at 4th position and done a great job with old ball. Ambati Rayadu showed some mature cricket in 2nd ODI, youngster pulled in early to bat and managed a smooth play.

Shikhar Dhawan was slightly on his lower side, Kotla pitch was too slow and made Dhawan on back foot. Dhoni played a crucial inning, finisher managed the damage control, hitted a fast half-century by scoring 51 from 40. Mohammed Shami maintained his spectacular show. He axed Smith on 97 and became the game changer of the match and after Smith’s wicket Caribbean side collapsed.

Shami concluded off 4 wickets and could be called as one of its brilliant inning. Amit Mishra also supported Shami on the other end; spinner captured two massive wickets of the match. West Indies batting initiated on a fine rhythm and after Smith’s dismissal, they showed no fighting spirit and packed up their innings at 215 runs.

‘Hud hud’ storm has wretched Cricket enthusiasts and Visakhapatnam spectators, as the third one-dayer between India and the West Indies has been cancelled. Hud Hud storm landed Vizag on Sunday and ruined the city; series is presently strapped 1-1 and would get some more amazing and sizzling performances in the remaining matches.

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