Left-arm spinner Akshar Patel was welcomed to the bowling by left-arm batsman Nicholas Pooran after sweeping the full toss and hitting four through square leg. A six over deep midwicket off the next ball. Puran could not get any runs in the third ball. However, West Indies captain Puran hit a six with extra cover and long off on the fourth and fifth balls.
The disaster is the last ball of the over! Puran’s hobby is to take a rare single despite scoring 22 runs in the first 5 balls. He regained consciousness after going some distance but could not return to the crease. India’s wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant ran out Puran who scored 24 runs off 8 balls after catching Sanju Samson’s throw from cover.
The end of West Indies’ chances of survival in the series seemed to be the end of the fifth over of the innings. After losing 3 wickets for 49 runs for West Indies, no one could bat to match the equation of victory. As a result, the United States lost by 59 runs after being bowled out for 132 runs in the fourth T20I at Lauderhill today. Rohit Sharma’s India won the five-match series with one match in hand. The last match of the series is tomorrow night at Lauderhill.