#Port of Spain: Recently, Bangladesh won the one-day series from West Indies by 3-0. So the Caribbean series against India’s de facto B team will win No one hopes that. India’s West Indies tour has started from Friday. The Indian team, led by left-handed opener Shikhar Dhawan, faced the West Indies in the first ODI.
India captain Shikhar Dhawan has already scored a half century in the first match in Port of Spain. Meanwhile, Gabbar has set a new precedent. As the oldest Indian captain, he set the precedent of scoring a half-century in ODI cricket. Shikhar Dhawan scored this fifty against the Caribbean in Port of Spain at the age of 36 years and 229 days.
He broke the precedent of Mohammad Azharuddin. It should be noted that this precedent was set by Mohammad Azharuddin in 1999. He was then 36 years and 120 days old. Sunil Gavaskar is third among Indians in this list. In 1985, he scored half a century in 35 years and 225 days.
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Mahendra Singh Dhoni is at the fourth place in 2016 at 35 years and 108 days. Rohit Sharma is fifth in 2022 with a half-century of 35 years and 73 days. Gill has run out an impeccable innings of 64 runs off 53 balls. Shikhar Dhawan’s century seemed certain. But Motir got out after scoring 97 runs.
Then Surya Kumar Yadav got off to a good start but went back to 13. Sanju Samson and Deepak Hooda tried to add as many runs as possible in the last ten overs. But could not do the timing that way. Romario Shepherd, Akil Hossain bowled wisely for West Indies.
Wasn’t giving the Indians much room to open their hands. In the end, Akshar Patel 21 tried to play a bit. That’s why India could complete 300 runs. It will not be easy for the West Indies to chase this run against India’s bowling power. Algeria Joseph took two wickets in one over. He bowled Huda and Akshar.