During the national anthem, Ishaan Kishan was bothered by insects, and Sanju Samson was mocked for dropping the catch.
The first ODI between India and the West Indies was won by Team India by a margin of ten wickets. India has now taken a 1-0 lead in the series. Team India is now one win away from winning the ODI series. All eyes were on captain Lokesh Rahul in this game. He made an impression as captain but did not get a chance to bat. Deepak Chahar, who was returning from injury, bowled brilliantly and took three important wickets. This match was very exciting, but what happened to Ishaan Kishan in this match drew more attention.
Ishaan Kishan was irritated twice
This match was fantastic for India, but Ishan Kishan was upset twice. Previously, an insect bothered him during the national anthem. After that, Ishaan Kishan waited for his batting, but Dhawan and Gill ended the game.
A fly bothered Ishan Kishan a lot before this match, during the national anthem. The fly approached his face and then sat on his neck. After that, Ishaan Kishan began to enter his ear, and Ishaan drove the fly away. This incident’s video is going viral.
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Sanju Samson was mocked for dropping the catch
Sanju Samson, who made a name for himself with his wicketkeeping during the West Indies tour, dropped a catch in this game. There were a lot of trolls after that. In this match, the Indian team also scored 25 extra runs. However, stopping all of these runs was not easy for any wicketkeeper, and Sanju performed poorly for his level in this match.
Deepak Chahar, making his long-awaited return to the field, bowled brilliantly in this match. In seven overs, he took three wickets for 27 runs. Chahar was seen struggling with his line length at first, but he later performed brilliantly and picked up three crucial wickets.
Aside from Deepak Chahar, the legendary Krishna bowled brilliantly in this match, taking three wickets. Krishna, who was known for his ability with the new ball, took wickets in the middle overs of this match, preventing Zimbabwe from scoring big.
In this match, Indian bowlers bowled brilliantly in the middle overs. Following three wickets in the powerplay, the Indian team limited runs in the middle overs while also taking wickets aggressively. Axar Patel took three wickets and dismissed Zimbabwe for 189 runs.
Shikhar Dhawan leads India to victory
Shikhar Dhawan batted brilliantly in this match, helping India get off to a good start with two fours in the first over alone. He batted carefully after that and scored an unbeaten 81. He remained at the crease until the end, returning only after India had won.
Dhawan and Shubman Gill batted brilliantly in this match, helping India win by 10 wickets. This was the second time the Indian team defeated Zimbabwe without losing a wicket.