West Indies vs India, 2nd T20I Stats Preview: Players records and approaching milestones

West Indies vs India, 2nd T20I Stats Preview: Players records and approaching milestones

India spinner Ravindra Jadeja needs one wicket to reach the milestone of 50 T20 international wickets

Ravindra Jadeja and Rishabh Pant
Ravindra Jadeja and Rishabh Pant. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Skipper Rohit Sharma and Dinesh Karthik’s performances with the bat along with the bowlers’ show helped team India in winning the first of the five-match T20 international series against West Indies by 68 runs at the Brian Lara Stadium in Tarouba in Trinidad. Karthik’s whirlwind knock of 41 off 19 took India’s total to 190/6, which proved to be more than enough for the hosts. The series now shifts to Warner Park in Basseterre in St.Kitts with the second match taking place on Monday, August 01, 2022.

Rohit kicked started the innings with fluent innings of 64 off 44 with the help of seven fours and two maximums. Experienced all-rounder Jason Holder went for plenty as he delivered an expensive spell of 1/50 in four overs. Alzarri Joseph, who made his T20I debut, also leaked runs as he ended up with figures of 2/46. The visitors posted their joint-highest total against the Men in Maroon in T20Is in West Indies.

Indian bowlers were up to the mark right from the start as they never allowed West Indies to get going in their pursuit of 191 runs target. The home side kept losing wickets regularly and got dominated by the bowling from the opposition. Arshdeep Singh, who played just his second game was impressive for his spell of 2/24.

Spinners R Ashwin and Ravi Bishnoi took four wickets in total in between them and conceded just 48 runs in eight overs. 1-0 down in the series, Nicholas Pooran will look to make a quick turnaround for his side by delivering the goods in the second clash and leveling the series 1-1.

Meanwhile, here are some of the important stats and numbers ahead of the 2nd T20I between West Indies and India:

 Head-to-Head: West Indies and India have rubbed shoulders with each other in 21 T20 internationals so far with West Indies winning on six occasions and India on 14. One game ended up with no result. In West Indies, both sides have clashed in five matches with the hosts winning two times and India three.

57 – Rohit Sharma (3443) needs 57 runs to complete 3500 runs in T20Is.

1 – Ravindra Jadeja (49) is one scalp away from reaching the milestone of 50 wickets in T20 internationals.

5 – Nicholas Pooran (95) requires five fours to get to 100 fours in T20Is.

44 – Rohit Sharma (15956) also needs 44 runs to reach the landmark of 16000 runs across formats.

35 – Shimron Hetmyer (2965) is 35 runs short of reaching 3000 runs across formats.

2 – Hardik Pandya (48) requires two scalps to get to 50 wickets in T20Is.

69 – Shreyas Iyer (931) requires 69 runs to complete 1000 runs in T20 internationals.

24 – Brandon King (476) is 24 runs short of getting to 500 runs in T20Is.

6 – Hetmyer (44) requires six fours to get to 50 fours in the shortest international format.

39 – Shreyas (2461) is 39 runs away from reaching 2500 runs across formats.

5 – King (95) is five fours away from completing 100 fours in international cricket.

4 – Alzarri Joseph (146) needs four wickets to get to 150 wickets across formats.

1 – Pooran (49) is one grab away from completing 50 catches in international cricket.

5 – Suryakumar Yadav (95) needs five fours to complete 100 fours in international cricket.