To lead the visitors to 191/5 in the first innings, Pant blasted 44 off 31 deliveries and skipper Rohit Sharma produced 33 from 16 deliveries. In response, West Indies lost for 132 due to Arshdeep Singh’s 3-12. The left-arm seamer used his variations well to end the game by taking Obed McCoy’s wicket.

Avesh Khan also regained his lost edge after struggling in the first two games. After giving up 47 runs in the last Twenty20, there were even demands for the pacer to be dropped from the starting lineup. He atoned for his transgression by scoring 2/17 in India’s series-winning victory against the Caribbean team. Avesh’s support from team management wouldn’t be affected by a few poor performances, according to skipper Rohit, who also supported the spinner.

“We are aware of Avesh’s skill. We want to keep in mind his abilities even though everyone has one or two terrible games. In the middle, we want to give the lads ample game time. He made excellent use of the circumstances and his height, which was admirable “at the post-game presentation, Rohit remarked. 190, according to Rohit, was a respectable number, but he was also mindful of the opposition’s lineup’s strength at the plate. Additionally, he praised the fans that were in attendance.

“I thought our gameplay was enjoyable. Despite the difficult circumstances, we managed to get a solid score. It was pleasant to see that we gave our batting technique a lot of attention. Our bowlers took use of the sluggish surface to their advantage “Rohit stated.

“I thought 190 was a good score, but with the kind of batting that WI have, no score is good. We performed well today to win the cricket match. The batters were smart and the bowlers bowled in pairs to get wickets. It stopped them from scoring.”

“I also want to thank everyone who came inside; I know it’s hot and difficult to watch the game outside. One more day remains “Finally, he said.