Brilliant batting performances from Shikhar Dhawan (92) and Rishabh Pant (58) helped India edge past West Indies by six wickets in a last ball thriller in the 3rd T20I in Chennai on Sunday. In a thrilling match in Chennai last night, Shikhar Dhawan's 92 runs and Rishabh Pant's 58 guided India to victory on the last ball of the match. Pant fell in the 19th over while Dhawan departed off the penultimate delivery of the 20th.
Reeling after two crushing defeats, West Indies showed the stomach for a fight as they batted with a lot more objective.
India needed just five off the last over but the tension rose when Dhawan lifted Allen straight to Pollard at long-on and a tie looked to be on the cards when Pandey could only prod the ball to the right of the bowler, who was devastated after failing to pull off what should have been a run out. He hit four fours and fours sixes during his blitz, with Bravo at the other end playing a calculated 37-ball knock.
Pant was involved in a 130-run partnership with Dhawan, which is the second-highest third-wicket partnership for India, after the 134-run stand between Kohli and Suresh Raina against Sri Lanka back in 2016.
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Denesh Ramdin and Darren Bravo then added 32 in four overs before Ramdin tried to give himself room to smash Sundar through the offside and was bowled. For West Indies, left-handed batsman Nicholas Pooran scored a quick-fire half-century to power them to a competitive 181 for 3.Talking about the talent in West Indies cricket, Brathwaite said: "There are a few here; Shai, Hetmyer and Pooran". Hope too got into the act in the next over from Khaleel.
For India, Chahal was the pick of the bowlers with 2/28 in his four overs. He perished in going for another big hit, caught on the boundary by Sundar off Chahal's first ball of the match to end a first wicket partnership of 51.
But while trying to accelerate the score, Hope was dismissed by Yuzvendra Chahal in the seventh over. The ball bounced a little more than the southpaw expected and his shot was snaffled by Pandya. The leg-spinner returned figures of 2-28.