Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Powered by serene hundred by Rahul Dravid and a vital 66 from Mohammad Kaif, who finally ended his run-drought, India registered their 17th successful run-chase in a row. West Indies had their chances but their poor fielding let them down and proved costly in the end. Dravid's efforts won him the man of the match award. The second ODI match will be played on Saturday May 20, do join us then. This is Sriram Veera, along with Sajan Nair, signing off. Good bye and Good luck!

44.5
4
Bravo to Kaif, FOUR runs, That's it! game over! Kaif slams a full-length delivery, just outside the off stump, through the covers and finds the fence! India register their 17th successful run chase on the trot.
44.4
1
Bravo to Raina, 1 run, almost a runout! drives straight to Lara at midwicket who hurls it to the non-strikers' end but Bravo doesn't attempt to take the throw, thinks it will hit the stump straight, it doesn't and they miss a runout
44.3
1
Bravo to Kaif, 1 run, short of length, on the stumps, swatted away to deep midwicket. Raina on the strike now. Here we go!
44.2
0
Bravo to Kaif, no run, Tension mounts now! Kaif hits straight to Lara at covers again! what drama here!
44.1
0
Bravo to Kaif, no run, yorker length on the off stump, driven to cover

Lara has a lengthy talk with Bravo, who will bowl the last over, on the field settings. Just four people in the circle.

END OF OVER:
44 | 8 Runs | INDIA: 248/5 (4 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 5.63, RRR: 4.00)

  • Mohammad Kaif61 (87b)
  • Suresh Raina6 (5b)
  • Jerome Taylor9-1-56-0
  • Dwayne Bravo8-0-44-2
43.6
1
Taylor to Kaif, 1 run, yorker length, on the leg stump, dug out to long on. So just four runs needed now. should be easy for India but ...
43.5
2
Taylor to Kaif, 2 runs, on the pads, turned past midwicket for a comfortable couple of runs. Only 5 more needed for India now
43.4
1
Taylor to Raina, 1 run, on a length, outside the off stump, driven to long-off. 7 off 8
43.3
0
Taylor to Raina, no run, short of length, around the off stump, pushed to cover, where Lara fields and has a shy at non-strikers end and if he had hit Kaif would have been dead
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