Rahul Dravid: Wickets were falling quickly, coach Rahul Dravid, who came in tension, sent a message on the field and the bet turned

The Indian team defeated the West Indies in the first two matches of the ODI series, but the margin of victory was very close. India won the first ODI by 3 runs, while the second ODI was won by 2 wickets. The result of both the matches came out in the last over. After the victory in the second ODI, Shreyas Iyer revealed that head coach Rahul Dravid was under tension due to the falling wickets.

After the victory in the pressure match, he told that to be honest, Rahul Dravid was in tension. He was constantly sending messages on the field. However, the players were cool. They were not under pressure. I am happy with my performance. It should be converted into a century. Actually, West Indies scored 311 for 6 on the back of a brilliant century of 74 runs by Shai Hope (115) and captain Nicholas Pooran.

In reply, the Indian team started well, but after the first wicket for 48 runs, wickets kept falling at constant intervals and the score was 178 for 4 wickets. India’s victory seemed difficult after Shreyas Iyer (63) returned to the pavilion. After this, Sanju Samson 54, Deepak Hooda 33 and Axar Patel’s unbeaten 64, India won the match with two balls to spare.

Axar Patel played an important role in winning India by hitting a stormy half-century in 35 balls with 3 fours and 5 sixes. In this way, India was successful in winning the ODI series against the Windies for the 12th time in a row, which is a world record.

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