Ind vs WI 2nd T20: ‘Do or Die’ match for West Indies today, Virat-Rohit will also compete for runs

New Delhi | India vs West Indies 2nd T20: After cleaning the West Indies in the ODI series and winning the first match of the T20 series, Rohit Senna’s spirits are looking very high. In such a situation, today Rohit Senna will enter the second T20 against West Indies at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata and would like to win the T20 series by winning it too.

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Do or die match for West Indies
India vs West Indies 2nd T20: The tour of India was not good for the West Indies, who reached India after defeating England 3-2. First the West Indies team lost the series by losing all three matches of the ODI series to Team India, now the danger of losing the T20 series is also hovering over the team. Team India won the first T20 match by 6 wickets and is now leading 1-0 in the 3-match series. In such a situation, today’s match will be do or die for the West Indies, for which the West Indies team under the captaincy of Kieran Pollard will have to make every effort united to level the series. In such a situation, it will also be seen how much the West Indies team is able to rectify their old mistakes today and save the series or want to return only after being disappointed.

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Virat-Rahit will also compete for runs
Today’s match between India and West Indies will be important for the Indian players as well. In this match, there is going to be an interesting match between captain Rohit Sharma and former captain Virat Kohli regarding the race of runs. Both the players would like to keep themselves high in this race of runs. So far, Virat Kohli is the highest run-scorer for India in T20 Internationals. But Rohit Sharma is also only 8 runs behind him. That’s why Rohit will also try to set his new record.

Rushabh Kothari

Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.

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