IND vs WI: Under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, Team India is on a winning streak. India have already whitewashed the Caribbean team in a three-match ODI series.
IND vs WI: Under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, Team India is on a winning streak. India, who have already whitewashed the Caribbean team in the three-match ODI series, are also making inroads in the T20 format. India, who have already won two (Yuzvendra Chahal) matches, are all set to win their third. In this sequence, Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal was one wicket away from setting a record in the T20s. If the wicket falls in the T20 format, he will break the record for the most wickets taken by an Indian bowler in this format. Currently the team is tied with India spinner Jaspreet Bumra (66 wickets in 55 matches) and Chahal (66 wickets in 52 matches). However, the final T20 match between India and the West Indies will be played today (Sunday) at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. If Chahal takes one wicket in this match (IND vs WI), he will be the highest wicket taker in international T20s. However .. Bumra is not playing in this series. This gave Chahal a chance to achieve this rare feat. However, if Yuzvendra Chahal takes a wicket in the third T20I against the West Indies, he will be the highest wicket-taker in the international T20s.
On the other hand, under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma in the limited overs format, Team India is on the cusp of a series of victories. India won the three-match ODI series against the West Indies 3-0. However .. India is continuing the same momentum in the T20 series. Team India, which has already won two of the three T20 series and won the series, has won the third match as well and is eager to whitewash the Windies once again.