Rishabh Pant scored a stormy half-century against West Indies, equaling Mahendra Singh Record.
Wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant has been made the vice-captain in the three-match T20 series between India and West Indies.
Living up to this responsibility, Pant played a brilliant half-century in the second match. Thanks to this half-century from just 27 balls, India scored 186 runs for 5 wickets.
The second T20 match between India and West Indies was very important. After winning the first match, the Indian team got into the series after losing the toss and got the invitation to batting first.
After the first wicket fell early, Kohli played a half-century innings and took over the team. But after this, after continuous setbacks, the team was finding it difficult to reach the big score.
Here Pant took command and along with Venkatesh Iyer took the team to a big score.
Rishabh Pant scored a stormy half-century: Pant’s fast half-century innings.
Pant scored an unbeaten 52 off 28 balls in the second T20I against West Indies. During this, a total of 7 fours were scored while a six was also seen with his bat.
For the 5th wicket, Pant shared a 76-run partnership with Venkatesh Iyer. Together, both took India’s score beyond 180 runs.
Pant scored a half-century, which equals Dhoni’s record.
Rishabh has equaled former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni in terms of scoring a half-century in T20 as a wicket-keeper for India.
Dhoni has scored two T20 fifties and Pant completed his second T20 fifty on Friday. As a wicketkeeper, the biggest unbeaten 65 runs from India’s side are recorded in the name of Pant.
The innings of 52 not out against West Indies became the second-best innings.
Pooran and Powell’s fifty did not work, India beat West Indies by 8 runs
Team India defeated West Indies by eight runs in the second match of the three-match T20 series at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Friday.
With this win, Team India took an unassailable 2-0 lead. Captured T20 series after ODI. The third T20 match will be played on this ground on Sunday.
In the second T20 match, the West Indies team won the toss and decided to bowl first. Batting first, Team India scored 186 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 20 overs.
West Indies were given a target of 187 runs. In reply, West Indies scored 178 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in 20 overs.