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India vs West Indies, 2nd T20 international: Match called-off due to wet outfield

Live Cricket Score of India vs West Indies 2nd T20I match from Florida. Live Cricket Updates of Ind vs WI T20I.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 28, 2016 11:43:09 pm
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India bowlers came up with an improved performance from the first T20I and bowled out West Indies for 143 runs in the second T20 international in Florida. After winning the toss and electing to bowl, India made sure that West Indies do not get off to a good start as they did on Saturday and Mohammed Shami dismissed first match centurion Evin Lewis in the second over of the day. The Indian spinners then took over and Amit Mishra broke the West Indies backbone by dismissing Johnson Charles. He later came back to pick two more wickets. R Ashwin was also among wickets and Jasprit Bumrah bowled perfect yorkers to choke the West Indies at death. Bhuvneshwar Kumar was impressive with the new ball with Shami. In the end, West Indies could manage only 143 runs from their 20 overs.

India vs West Indies: As it happened

2330 hrs IST: All over! The match has been called off after the outfield is deemed unplayable. Too wet and could have caused injuries. This means West Indies will win the series 1-0

2258 hrs IST: Rain has stopped in Florida but a lot of time is used up to dry the outfield. Since there is soppers at the ground, the groundsmen figuring out a faster way to dry the outfield

2240 hrs IST: If India get only three more overs to play, their target will be 40 in five overs. That means 25 more runs in the next three overs

2230 hrs IST: Still rain and strong wind. It has turned very dark there. India need to play those three overs to force a result in this match

2220 hrs IST: The covers are still on in Florida. In the end, the weather may play spoilsport. The initial satellite problem proving costly here

2212 hrs IST: Due effect a result in the match, India have to play a minimum of five overs. The Duckworth/Lewis par score after five overs for India is 28/0

2205 hrs IST: India are 15/0 after two overs and the hurricane warning is coming true. Rain arrives in Florida and the players are making their way back to the pavillion

2204 hrs IST: Two overs have been done. Only seven runs coming off that Badree over. India are 15/0 after 2 overs

2200 hrs IST: Rohit Sharma puts India on the board with a six over fine-leg. Short ball that takes the top edge of Rohit’s bat and sails over the ropes

2158 hrs IST: The Indian openers are out in the middle. Rohit Sharma will take strike while Ajinkya Rahane will be on the non-striker’s end

2138 hrs IST: Mohammed Shami bowls Samuel Badree. That is the end of the West Indies innings for 143 runs. That is 102 runs less than the first match

2130 hrs IST: WICKET! What a response from Amit Mishra after that six. A flatter, short ball that deceives Carlos Brathwaite and he has been bowled. West Indies 133/9 after 18 overs

2129 hrs IST: SIX! Carlos Brathwaite connects one and it travels over mid-wicket for a 97 metre six. Made a sweet sound off the bat

2127 hrs IST: WICKET! Andre Russell tries to get a big shot on the last ball of the 17th over but has hit straight to long-off. That is wicket number eight and West Indies are 123/8

2117 hrs IST: GONE! Amit Mishra continues to impress in this match. A peach of a delivery to Dwayne Bravo to castle him. No spin on that bowl and it continues to go on the same path. Bravo, who was looking for an inside out shot, misses it

2114 hrs IST: 15 overs completed in the West Indies and they are 110/6. In the first T20I, they were 199/1 at the same stage. That kind of two days

2110 hrs IST: 14 overs gone and West Indies have brought up their 100 in that over. Andre Russell and Dwayne Bravo out in the middle so a lot of batting still left

2107 hrs IST: BOWLED! An excellent yorker from Jasprit Bumrah to bowl Fletcher, who was trying to go for another big shot. West Indies 98/6

2105 hrs IST: Bumrah mixing up his length. A fiery bouncer to Flethcer which hits him on the helmet. West Indies get four leg-byes

2101 hrs IST: WICKET! Ashwin with a quicker one to Pollard and he misses it completely. He is given LBW and West Indies are 92/5 now

2056 hrs IST: A big, big LBW shout against new man Keiron Pollard but the umpire has said no! That was very close. It was clearly hitting the stumps. Lucky

2053 hrs IST: WICKET! Jasprit Bumrah into the attack and gets a wicket on the first ball. Marlon Samuels makes room for himself and Bumrah follows him and Samuels gets faint edge and Dhoni completes the catch

2052 hrs IST: Ten overs gone and West Indies are 76/3. A dominating display from Indian bowlers especially the spinners who have taken the two wickets out of three

2050 hrs IST: WICKET! Ashwin gets his man. Lendl Simmons comes down the pitch and Ashwin bowls it wide down the leg-side. Simmons tries to pad it but misses and falls mid-way on the pitch. MS Dhoni removes the bails

2048 hrs IST: Ashwin into the attack. He will bowl the 10th over for India. He was India’s most economical bowlers on Saturday in the first match

2047 hrs IST: Simmons takes two consecutive boundaries off Jadeja on the first two balls of his over. 10 runs coming off that over. West Indies 72/2

2045 hrs IST: Amit Mishra with another tight over. Seven runs off it with only a boundary. West Indies are 62/2 after eight overs

2041 hrs IST: A wonderful first over from Ravindra Jadeja. The first five balls were dot balls and only a single on the last ball. West Indies 55/2 after 7 overs

2037 hrs IST: That will be the end of the powerplay for West Indies. They manage 54 runs but have lost two wickets in those six overs

2035 hrs IST: WICKET! Amit Mishra strikes first ball. Johnson Charles tries to hit the first ball out of the park but manages to find long-on. West Indies 50/2

2035 hrs IST: Amit Mishra to bowl his leg-spin in the sixth over. He will bowl the last over of the powerplay as well

2033 hrs IST: 50 up for West Indies at the end of the fifth over with Johnson Charles getting 43 off them. That is a slow start compared to Saturday

2031 hrs IST: Charles is doing the same thing as he did in first match. Gets close to the ball which is outside off and then hammers it over long-on or mid-wicket for a boundary. He does it again to Bhuvneshwar Kumar

2028 hrs IST: Four and four! After the six, Charles gets a top edge that runs behind MS Dhoni for four and then a powerful pull to get another four on the leg-side

2027 hrs IST: Charles flicks one from Mohammed Shami over fine-leg for a six! That was nothing shot. Just a flick

2025 hrs IST: WICKET! Mohammed Shami has given India the first and early wicket! A quick bouncer on the leg-stump line and Lewis is cramped for room. An awkward shot from Lewis and he has been caught at short fine-leg

2023 hrs IST: Good comeback from Bhuvneshwar after the six. Three dot balls outside off to Charles and West Indies are 24/0 after three overs

2020 hrs IST: Charles begins his attack. Short ball from Bhuvneshwar and he picks it up early and pulls it over square-leg for a massive six

2019 hrs IST: Nine runs off the second over for West Indies. Lewis with a boundary over short fine-leg on the last ball. West Indies 16/0 after 2 overs

2015 hrs IST: Mohammed Shami will bowl the second over for India. He needs to continue the good work of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and not give easy runs

2014 hrs IST: A good start by Bhuvneshwar Kumar for India. Only seven runs in the first over for West Indies. Charles with that boundary off the third ball

2012 hrs IST: Charles begins with a boundary! Bhuvneshwar bangs one short on the leg side and Charles pulls it to square-leg boundary for a four

2011 hrs IST: Johnson Charles and Evin Lewis are the openers for West Indies and Bhuvneshwar Kumar will begin proceeding with ball for India

2010 hrs IST: The players are coming out to the middle. Indian team led by MS Dhoni and the West Indies openers are ready for the second T20I

1955 hrs IST: Another update from BCCI. The start has been further pushed to 2010 hrs IST. We have a 40-minute delay now in Florida

1945 hrs IST: In what we gather, the satellite service is down and the technicians are getting it sorted. It will take 20 more minutes

1929 hrs IST: The start of the India vs West Indies second T20 international has been delayed by 30 minutes as per BCCI. That means the match will start at 2000 hrs IST

1922 hrs IST: Last time India played on consecutive days was way back in May, 2010. India played on consecutive matches in the World T20

1915 hrs IST: MS Dhoni said at the toss that this is a new day and a new game for India. They will only take the positives from Saturday’s loss

1910 hrs IST: India will now have three spinners in the playing XI – Amit Mishra, R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja. That makes three pacers as well – Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar

1907 hrs IST: For West Indies, they are unchanged. That means Chris Gayle will sit out again and Evin Lewis will open

1904 hrs IST: The news is that India have dropped Stuart Binny and Amit Mishra comes in place of him. Interesting decision to include the leg-spinner

1900 hrs IST: MS Dhoni will flip the coin at the toss. Carlos Brathwaite calls wrong again. India win toss and Dhoni has decided that they will chase again

1850 hrs IST: Evin Lewis, the West Indies opener included in place of Chris Gayle, scored a century. Will Gayle come back? Who will he replace for West Indies?

1848 hrs IST: KL Rahul, who was included in place of Shikhar Dhawan, scored a century on Saturday and it will be interesting to see if India make any changes to the playing XI

1845 hrs IST: Welcome to the coverage of second T20I between India and West Indies from Florida. India need a win to level the two-match series

First T20I recap

In the first match, India had suffered a one-run loss in the first T20 international against West Indies at the same venue on Sunday. On Saturday, India almost pulled off the highest ever successful run-chase in T20 Internationals but they managed only 244/4 in reply to West Indies 245/6 in the 20 overs. A match that went down to the wire saw two hundreds in either innings for West Indies and India but Evin Lewis’ ton ended up on the winnings side. For India, KL Rahul scored unbeaten 110 runs but failed to win it for India.

After putting West Indies into bat, MS Dhoni had to pay for the decision as Johnson Charles and Evin Lewis shared a 126-run opening stand for West Indies. Lewis scored a century while Charles managed a 33-ball 79. Indian bowlers managed to pull back things in the last five overs as Jadeja and Bumrah struck twice in single over.

The Indian chase was led by KL Rahul who remained unbeaten on 110 but could not see his side through. Dhoni was on strike on the last ball when India needed two runs but he was caught at short third-man and West Indies claimed a one-run win. India will look to avenge that defeat and avoid a series whitewash at the hands of West Indies. Catch the live cricket scores and live cricket updates of the India vs West Indies T20I match here.

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