Cricket Scorecard

T20 WC, 2016

West Indies vs. India, 2nd Semi-Final

Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, Mar 31, 2016

Match Information

Match StatusWest Indies won by 7 wkts
TossWest Indies (Elected to Bowl)
UmpiresIan Gould (Eng) & Richard Kettleborough (Eng)
Third UmpireMarais Erasmus (RSA)
Match RefereeChris Broad (Eng)

Batting: India

Batsman BatsmanRB4s6sSR
Rohit Sharmalbw b BadreeRohit Sharma
lbw b Badree
433133138.71
Ajinkya Rahanecaught DJ Bravo b A RussellAjinkya Rahane
caught DJ Bravo b A Russell
403520114.29
Virat KohlibattingVirat Kohli
batting
8947111189.36
MS Dhoni (WK) (C)battingMS Dhoni (WK) (C)
batting
15910166.67
Extras (2 wides, 2 no balls, 1 leg byes)5 
Total (192-2 in 20 overs) 192 
Extras (2 wides, 2 no balls, 1 leg byes)5 
Total (192-2 in 20 overs) 192 

Fall of Wickets

1/62 (Rohit Sharma, 7.2 ov.), 2/128 (Ajinkya Rahane, 15.3 ov.)

Bowling: West Indies

BowlerOMRWER
Andre Russell4047111.8
Samuel Badree402616.5
Carlos Brathwaite403809.5
Sulieman Benn403609.0
Dwayne Bravo4044011.0

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
19.5FOURDwayne Bravo to Kohli, FOUR, was waiting for this shot. Those strong wrists come into play for the first time. Very full and around off, Kohli whips it with all his might, all bottom hand and it almost carried the distance. Went on the volley191/2
19.2DROPPEDDwayne Bravo to Kohli, 2 runs, dropped! It was a tough catch and Simmons did well to get something on it. Slower delivery just outside off, Kohli was made to fetch that and he got it off the toe-end to deep mid-wicket. Simmons runs to his right, dives full length and gets only fingertips. Luckily it didn't roll away for four183/2
19FOURA Russell to Kohli, FOUR, huge over for India. 19 runs off the over. Sets it up for the final over superbly. Full toss and with the kind of form Kohli is in, you don't expect him to miss out, hammered along the ground. No chance for long-on or long-off180/2
18.5FOURA Russell to Kohli, FOUR, fabulous shot! How did he manage to get under that? Russell speared in a yorker around off, Kohli makes a bit of room, crouches low before going up and over extra cover, the fielder jumped up just as an after reaction176/2
18.3SIXA Russell to Kohli, SIX, length and deposited into the crowd. Kohli took this from outside off and hit it flat towards long-off. The fielder would have thought he is in with a chance, but the ball kept going over him170/2
18FOURDwayne Bravo to Kohli, FOUR, that is genius. Couple of steps down the wicket, converts it into a length delivery and drives it on the up through extra cover. Russell at long-off had a few metres to cover, but the timing was just too good for him, his dive goes in vain161/2
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Batting: West Indies

Batsman BatsmanRB4s6sSR
Johnson Charlescaught Rohit b KohliJohnson Charles
caught Rohit b Kohli
523672144.44
Chris Gaylebowled b BumrahChris Gayle
bowled b Bumrah
561083.33
Marlon Samuelscaught A Rahane b NehraMarlon Samuels
caught A Rahane b Nehra
8720114.29
Lendl SimmonsbattingLendl Simmons
batting
825175160.78
Andre Russell* battingAndre Russell*
batting
432034215.00
Extras (2 no balls, 4 leg byes)6 
Total (196-3 in 19.4 overs) 196 
Extras (2 no balls, 4 leg byes)6 
Total (196-3 in 19.4 overs) 196 

Recent Overs

1 1 0 6 1 1   -  0 0 0 6 2 4   -  0 1 1 0 6 4   -  1 0 4 6

Fall of Wickets

1/6 (Chris Gayle, 1.1 ov.), 2/19 (Marlon Samuels, 2.6 ov.), 3/116 (Johnson Charles, 13.1 ov.)

Bowling: India

BowlerOMRWER
Ashish Nehra402416.0
Jasprit Bumrah4042110.5
Ravindra Jadeja4048012.0
Ravichandran Ashwin2020010.0
Hardik Pandya4043010.8
Virat Kohli*1.401519.0

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
19.4SIXKohli to A Russell, SIX, he can't! The West Indies have knocked out India! A million hopes are dashed. Look at Sammy and Co. Some of them may have injured themselves while trying to run onto the field, while clearing the LED hoardings. But they don't give a hoot about anything. They want to celebrate and surround Russell who is the hero. I nearly burst a gasket while trying to fist pump after Russell swung that to the deep mid-wicket fence. Such was the passion on display. I might have a migraine after that celebration, but what a win this is. Kohli - the Superman looks distraught, has the double teapot pose and when he can't help his side win, no-one can. A low full toss on the stumps, Russell was waiting for it and tonked it well into the stands at deep mid-wicket. As soon as he hit it, he knew it and started the crazy celebrations. Boy, do they know how to enjoy or what!196/3
19.3FOURKohli to A Russell, FOUR, the inside edge has run away for four. Right in the gap at deep square. This was on a length on the stumps, Russell swung hard and beat deep backward square running to his left. Eluded deep mid-wicket as well. That should be the game, unless Kohli pulls off a miracle190/3
19FOURJadeja to A Russell, FOUR, and again. The West Indies dug-out are on their feet. This is another fabulous shot. Down on one knee and lofted over cover. There was a deep cover, but he got nowhere close to it, one bounce over the ropes. Those two hits have decisively swung the game the West Indies' way185/3
18.5SIXJadeja to A Russell, SIX, bang! That's six. The mute button has been pressed at the Wankhede. Fired in flat and outside off, Russell launched that miles over long-off. What a clean hit that is. When the pressure is on, Russell can strike them and he is coming to his side's rescue181/3
18FOURBumrah to Simmons, FOUR, that's four. A slower delivery outside off, Simmons gets a thick outside edge over point. No-one back at third man and it has run away. What an end to the over - 12 off the last three after the first three went for dots173/3
17.4SIXBumrah to Simmons, SIX, Simmons won't get out. Tonight. Mark my words. He is like the cat who has 9 lives. Or more. Even if he tries to hit the stumps with his bat, the bails may not come off. Such is his luck tonight. What did he have before coming into the game? I for sure want some. I want his luck. Coming to the ball, he went deep in his crease and muscled that over wide long-on. Jadeja and Kohli were the men, the former from deep mid-wicket, caught it, but stepped on the cushions, before flicking it back to the latter who caught it. Jadeja is one of India's best, but he was too close to the ropes there. We have seen those tag-team efforts come off before, not this time. The third umpire has a look and signals six167/3
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