Second West Indies vs India T20I to start three hours late following delay in arrival of teams’ luggage

The beginning of the second T20I between West Indies and India, to be performed later in the present day in Basseterre, might be delayed by three hours*, following “important delays in essential crew baggage arriving into St Kitts from Trinidad”, the place the primary T20I was performed.

The match, which was anticipated to start out at 10.30am native time [8pm IST], will now begin at 1.30pm native time [11pm IST].

India are 1-0 up within the five-match collection after a convincing win within the first sport, performed in Tarouba.

Requested to bat in that sport, India scored 190 for six, with captain Rohit Sharma hitting 64 in 44 balls on the high of the order and Dinesh Karthik ending the innings off with a 19-ball 41 not out. West Indies have been then saved to 122 for 8, with all six Indian bowlers used conceding 6.50 runs per over or decrease. Arshdeep Singh, R Ashwin and Ravi Bishnoi all picked up two wickets apiece.

Wanting again on the efficiency, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, the skilled frontman of the Indian tempo assault, stated, “When you take a look at our rating, it was fairly a superb one. We weren’t anticipating that many runs after trying on the pitch. However the best way DK [Karthik] batted to take us to that whole gave us quite a lot of confidence that we had the runs we may defend.

“Then the best way we bowled, the best way we assessed the circumstances, particularly towards batters who hit quite a lot of boundaries, it was very heartening.”

After the second and third video games, each of which might be performed in Basseterre, the motion will shift to the USA, the place the final two video games might be performed in Lauderhill, Florida.

16:10 GMT – The rescheduled begin time of the match was modified from 12:30pm native time to 1.30pm, following an replace on the BCCI web site

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