IND vs WI 2nd ODI: Axar Patel made such a condition, Caribbean players kept hiding their faces after defeat

The Indian team took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the 3-match series after beating West Indies in the second consecutive ODI at the same ground. Team India reached India after defeating England and many of its star players were rested from this series. Despite this, the team forced him to lose even with less experienced players. This is their 12th consecutive ODI series defeat at the hands of India.

The Caribbean players were seen hiding their faces as soon as Axar Patel played the winning shot. Some covered the mouth with a cap and some with a handkerchief. The pictures of this moment are going viral on social media. If seen, it is really a shameful defeat for the Windies team. Before India, Bangladesh had beaten unilaterally and now they have lost another series.

There was a time when the West Indies team used to talk all over the world, but today due to the retirement of big players and all the reasons, their team has failed to perform. In the first ODI, they were defeated by 3 runs. The hero of that match was Mohammad Siraj, who saved the match in the last over. Now she seemed to be winning, then Axar Patel took the lead and smashed the Windies with a stormy half-century.

In the match, Windies scored 311 runs for the loss of 6 wickets. In reply, India won by scoring 312 runs with two balls to spare. The match seemed to be getting stuck when Axar played an unbeaten 64 off 35 balls hitting 3 fours and 5 sixes at the crucial moment. Apart from him, Shreyas Iyer scored 63 and Sanju Samson scored 54 runs for the team. The last ODI will be played at this ground on July 27.

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