Various positives for India after the whitewash against West Indies
India put a dominating performance against the West Indies in all the three T20s and won the series 3-0. They whitewashed the Windies team and never gave any chance to the host team to take control of the team. This is India’s fourth whitewash against any team in the shortest form of the game. There are many positives to take away for India after this series.
Going into the series, India experimented with their team and gave chances to many youngsters. Chahar brothers, Manish Pandey and Shreyas Iyer were given chances. India did well despite MS Dhoni, Hardik Pandya. Kuldeep Yadava and Yuzvendra Chahal were absent from the team.
Here are the top 5 positives to take away from the t20 series against West Indies.
Deepak Chahar is ready to go big.
In the only chance Deepak Chahar highly impressed with his amazing swing bowling. His inswingers to left-handers on the right line gave him two wickets. He seems ready to play at the biggest stage of the game.
Krunal Pandya could be the next big thing for Indian cricket.
After the younger brother made a name for himself, the elder brother Krunal Pandya is creating waves from him all-round ability. Left-arm orthodox is impressive when the ball in is his hands and more than satisfactory with the bat.
There is nothing between Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli.
After the World Cup finished, there were reports that there is a rift between Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli. However, Indian captain denied any such speculation in a press conference just before leaving for the World Cup. Seeing both the players on the ground, now we are sure that the Indian captain was right and everything seems to be in right place.
Rohit Sharma is still in form
Rohit Sharma is still in the same touch, which he was in World Cup 2019. The vice-captain made 91 runs in two matches and showed that the off-field rumours didn’t affect his performance.
Rishabh Pant can rise to the occasion (Learnt the lesson)
After low scores in the first two matches, the dynamic batsman finally fired in the last match and we are very happy. Risabh made 65 runs and took his team over the line. In the third T20, he didn’t go for a big shot at the time he arrived. He took his team and once the team was out of danger, he started playing his shots. The wicket-keeper batsman showed that he learns from mistakes and can anchor the innings.
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