Team India has lost 3-2 in the 5 T20 match series. West Indies defeated the Indian team by 8 wickets in the last match.
This is the first time in the history of this format that India has lost to any team in a 5 match bilateral series.
Batting after winning the toss, Team India scored 165 runs for 9 wickets in 20 overs at the Cricket Ground in Lauderhill, Florida. In response, the Caribbean batsmen scored the required runs for 2 wickets in 18 overs.
Team India has lost the first series under the captaincy of Hardik Pandya. He has become the first Indian captain to lose 3 T20 matches in a T20 series.
After winning 15 consecutive bilateral series against the West Indies, the Indian team has lost. West Indies last beat India in a bilateral series in 2016 across all formats of the game. The team has lost to the Caribbeans in a bilateral series after 7 years.Team India has lost 3 matches in a T20 series for the first time in the history of T20 cricket.
Bad Start: Team India got off to a bad start after winning the toss. The team lost the first wicket on the score of 6 runs. Opener Yashasvi Jaiswal, who scored a half-century in the last match, was dismissed after scoring 5 runs. After him, Shubman Gill also returned to the pavilion after scoring 9 runs. The Indian team had lost the wickets of the openers for 17 runs.
Lost Consecutive Wickets: The Indian team kept losing wickets. Lost the first 2 wickets at the score of 17 runs only. There were small partnerships in the middle overs, but by the end India lost 9 wickets. Because of this, not many runs could be scored even in the death overs. India had 4 wickets in 16 overs, which became 9 in 20 overs.
Bowler Failed to Take Wicket: Indian bowlers completely failed to take wickets. Arshdeep Singh took the only wicket in the match. He dismissed Kyle Mayers on the team score of 12. This was followed by a century partnership between Nicholas Pooran and Brandon King.