Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja figured out how to go past Virender Sehwag’s T20I runs count during the principal T20I match against the West Indies.
Jadeja got once again to the Indian group subsequent to missing the ODI series against West Indies inferable from a knee injury.
Ravindra Jadeja goes past Virender Sehwag in India’s rundown of most T20I runs
Jadeja scored 16 runs in 13 balls in the primary T20I and picked the wicket of West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder. He hit several limits prior to getting found out by Keemo Paul off Alzarri Joseph’s bowling.
Jadeja outperformed Sehwag’s count of 394 T20I runs in 19 games. The Indian all-rounder hasn’t made that enormous in the rundown drove by captain Rohit Sharma, who took over Martin Guptill in the main runs diagrams in T20Is.
India beat West Indies by 68 runs in first T20I
Rohit drove from the front with a 44-ball 64 to establish the vibe against a spiritless West Indies bowling assault.
A late appearance from Dinesh Karthik pushed the guests to 190/6 in the principal innings. Karthik was unbeaten on 41 off 19 conveyances, clubbing four limits and two or three gigantic sixes, at a striking pace of 215.79.
India confined the hosts to 122 for eight toward the finish of the game with Ravichandran Ashwin, Arshdeep Singh, and Ravi Bishnoi guaranteeing two wickets each.
Jadeja needs only one wicket to finish 50 excusals in the briefest configuration of the game. He would turn into the fifth Indian bowler to accomplish the accomplishment. Yuzvendra Chahal (79), Bhuvneshwar Kumar (71), Jasprit Bumrah (69), and Ravichandran Ashwin (63) are different bowlers to do as such. Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya has 48 wickets to his name in T20Is.
Jadeja scored 100 years in the rescheduled fifth Test against England and made 46 in the main T20I against them to set India in a cutthroat position.
India will play the second T20I match against West Indies on August 1 at the Green Park in St Kitts.