Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • BATSMEN
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    9.3 the roar at the ground tells you a story. Shami spears in a yorker-length delivery on off stump, Charles looks to get across and play a lap sweep, misses it completely as the stumps are disturbed. Why would you do that when you can muscle the ball big over the ropes in front of the wicket? Can't understand, really. Anyway, Charles has missed the opportunity to upstage Richard Levi's record for the fastest T20 internationals 126/1
    15.5 no power whatsoever behind that wild slog and Ashwin takes an excellent catch running backwards from cover. Jadeja bowls this outside off from wide of the crease, this wasn't fired in which meant Lewis didn't have the pace he would have liked. Maybe it was the tiredness as well that got to him as the bat face turned in his hand as he swung through as the ball lobbed towards Ashwin. They may be rooting for India, but Lewis is applauded off the park as he walks off. This has been a sensational knock 205/3
    15.3 as easy as they come for the umpire. Jadeja fires it into middle from around the stumps, Russell stabs forward but the ball turns away sharply to hit him on the back pad. He was trapped in front of the stumps. Maybe it would have bounced over, maybe not. Roar across the stands. 204/2
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    23
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    146.66
    19.4 really, really surprising to see biffers of the ball try the cute paddle. Pollard, who muscled big sixes in front of square, now tries to play a cute paddle by walking across the line, but had no chance to get any bat on the face of a superb yorker dead straight on middle from around the stumps. 244/5
    19 drama! Bumrah oversteps, but manages to spear in a superb yorker, which Pollard squeezes back down the pitch. Bumrah picks the ball up and has a shy at the stumps at the bowler's end and hits. Brathwaite was backing up too far and had no hope to turn back and dish in the dive before the stumps were disturbed. Free-hit nevertheless 236/4
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    19.5 'you miss, I hit' approach from Bumrah. Floats it full and across Simmons, who looks to squeeze it behind point but was too late on the shot. The off stump takes a beating. Excellent comeback this from Bumrah, but has it come a little too late? He has an opportunity to take a T20I hat-trick nevertheless 244/6
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    100.00
    Extras
    6 (nb 2, w 4)
    TOTAL
    245/6 (20 Overs, RR: 12.25)
    Fall of wickets: 1-126 (J Charles, 9.3 ov), 2-204 (AD Russell, 15.3 ov), 3-205 (E Lewis, 15.5 ov), 4-236 (CR Brathwaite, 19 ov), 5-244 (KA Pollard, 19.4 ov), 6-244 (LMP Simmons, 19.5 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    Mohammed Shami4048112.0054320
    B Kumar4043010.7574210
    JJ Bumrah4047211.7573302
    R Ashwin403609.00100400
    RA Jadeja3039213.0062400
    STR Binny1032032.0000510
  • BATSMEN
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    11.5 he's picked out the lone man at deep midwicket. Rohit struck that well but he was forced to generate the power as it was an off-cutter, it was also hit towards the long boundary. All this meant Johnson Charles simply had to come around and hold on to a straightforward chance, which he did. Pollard has outsmarted his Mumbai Indians' captain 137/3
    2.6 is that the catch of the season or what? Rahane can't believe what has just happened. It was short on middle, Rahane arched back to make some room and deflect it over the slips. Anyone else there and it could have been four in all probability, but not when you have DJ Bravo lurking around the ropes. He moved almost immediately after Rahane made contact, followed it all the way through into his hands. The timing of his sideways dive was the key and he managed to pull off an absolute stunner inches from the ground. 31/1
    4.4 that's a big moment in the match. Bravo cramps Kohli for room with a short ball on middle from wide of the crease, the decision to play the pull was probably right, but this one got big on him to get the glove as Fletcher completed an excellent catch down leg side. Kohli didn't even wait for the umpire to raise his finger 48/2
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    51
    84
    12
    5
    215.68
    19.6 would you believe it? A tame dismissal for Dhoni as he slices a slower deliver to short third man. It looked like Dhoni tried to bunt the ball into the off side for two, but the ball gripped, which meant there was that much more bounce as the ball lobbed off the edge to the fielder. What a game we've had. Marlon Samuels put down a sitter off the first ball of this over, redeems himself this time under pressure. Bravo takes off on his champion dance 244/4
    Extras
    6 (lb 2, w 4)
    TOTAL
    244/4 (20 Overs, RR: 12.2)
    Fall of wickets: 1-31 (AM Rahane, 2.6 ov), 2-48 (V Kohli, 4.4 ov), 3-137 (RG Sharma, 11.5 ov), 4-244 (MS Dhoni, 19.6 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    AD Russell4053113.2563420
    S Badree2025012.5035000
    DJ Bravo403729.2553100
    SP Narine3050016.6644410
    CR Brathwaite4047011.7535100
    KA Pollard3030110.0042110

Match Details

Toss

India , elected to field first

Player Of The Match

Series result

West Indies led the 2-match series 1-0

Match number

Season

Hours of play (local time)

10.00 start, First Session 10.00-11.25, Interval 11.25-11.45, Second Session 11.45-13.10

Match days

27 August 2016 (20-over match)

TV Umpires

Reserve Umpire

Match Referee

Match Notes

Runs, runs and more runs

489

The match aggregate, the highest in any T20 game; the previous best was 469, in a Super Kings v Royals game in IPL 2010

Super-quick Rahul

46

Balls for KL Rahul's century, the second fastest in T20Is, just one ball behind the record of 45, by South Africa's Richard Levi

Quick ton

48

Balls for Lewis' century, the 5th fastest in T20Is; the quickest is off 45 balls, by Richard Levi, while Gayle's 47-ball ton v Eng is fastest for WI

When Lewis walloped Binny

32

Runs conceded by Binny in the 11th over, the joint 2nd highest in any T20I, after Broad's 36 v India in 2007

A 10-over high

132

WI's score after 10 overs, the highest by any team batting first in T20I history. The previous best was 131, by SA v Eng, Centurion, 2009

Windies' Powerplay

78

WI's total after six overs, the most runs ever conceded by India in a T20I Powerplay. WI's highest is 86, v SA in Jo'burg in 2015

All change for T20

2

Players from the current WI XI who also played the Test series - Samuels and Brathwaite

The bat-first advantage

3-1

Win-loss record for teams batting first in the 4 previous T20Is at Lauderhill. The average for teams batting first is 151