So, the game fittingly ends in a tie. Windies were cruising at one stage, but Indian bowlers pulled things back. Eventually, Windies lost their way, lucky enough to secure a tie. Shai Hope finished unbeaten on 123. India continue to lead the series 1-0 with three matches to go. That's all from this match, do join us for 3rd ODI on October 27. Full Scorecard.
50 Overs: Four, Shai Hope hits the boundary through third man region. The match ends in a tie.
49.5 Overs: Two runs takes. 5 needed off last ball.
49.4 Overs: OUT! Ashley Nurse looking to play a reverse flick ends up hitting it towards the third man fielder.
49.3 Overs: Two runs takes. Windies now need 7 runs from 3 balls.
49.2 Overs: Four, leg byes! Lucky runs for Windies. The ball hits Nurse's leg and goes towards the boundary.
49.1 Overs: One run taken. 13 needed of 5 balls now with Nurse on strike.
Superb bowling this by India. They have dragged this match to the last over. At one stage, it looked like Windies will chase the target easily. Here they are, needing 14 runs from the last over. Umesh Yadav will bowl the final over and Shai Hope will be on strike.
Windies now need 20 more runs to win from 12 balls. Shami and Umesh will bowl the last two overs. Ashley Nurse will be on strike.
OUT! Oh dear! Windies lose their captain. Last thing visitors wanted was a run-out and that's what has happened. Looking for single, Hope sends him back and Holder was in the middle of the pitch. J Holder run out (Rayudu/Chahal) 12(23)
India will be looking forward to doubling their lead when they face West Indies in the second match at Vishakhapatnam. After the comprehensive win in the first ODI match, the Men in Blue would be striving to win the second match and build a momentum in their favour. Live Cricket Streaming of India vs West Indies 2018 on Hotstar and YuppTV: Check Live Cricket Score, Watch Free Telecast of IND vs WI 2nd ODI Match on TV & Online.
Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma thwarted the West Indies bowling attack in the 1st match. Today, India would be looking for a test of their middle order. The bowling department too needs to improvise. Rohit Sharma Could Overtake Sachin Tendulkar’s Record During India vs West Indies, 2nd ODI in Vizag.
As for West Indies, the team looked great batting first. Scoring runs above 300 was quite a sight for the Windies fans; however, the hype fizzled out with their bowlers were taken to cleaners by the duo of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli.
Come Wednesday, India would be vying to see their middle-order tested, as well as how Shikhar Dhawan bounces back after a failure in the first match. As for West Indies, they would want to bounce back soon, before India runs away with the series.