Already depleted Windies side lost their ninth wicket when Kedar Jadhav took an excellent catch at the boundary off Ravindra Jadeja. However, earlier in the day, Windies skipper, Jason Holder won the toss and elected to bat first, and the decision made his side go through a lot. India, in the final game, wrapped Windies innings on 104.
Jadhav’s brilliance bagged spotlight
Moreover, the Indian pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar picked up the early wicket of Kieron Powell. Later, Ravindra Jadeja was the pick of the bowlers who picked up four wickets in the game. Meanwhile, Kedar Jadhav’s efforts on the field surely bagged some spotlight.
However, it was the 32nd over of the Windies’ innings when Ravindra Jadeja bowled his third delivery to Kemar Roach. The fast bowler was looking to open his hands but unfortunately found Kedar at long-off. That was hit flat and hard, but the elevation was missing, and Kedar Jadhav took it by hopping back. It was an excellent catching from Jadhav who pouched his third for the day.
While chasing down the target, India lost the first wicket in the second over of the match.
Shikhar Dhawan was the man who got out, as scored six runs which included a boundary. Later Virat Kohli and Rohit Shama added 99 runs for the second wicket to pick up the win over the Windies within the 15th over. Moreover, Rohit played some brilliant cricket, as he had scored unbeaten 63 runs off 50 balls with the help of five boundaries and four sixes. Meanwhile, he also completed his 37th half-century in ODI cricket.
Also, Ravindra Jadeja was awarded as the Man of the Match, and Virat Kohli was assigned as the Man of the Tournament.
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