India vs West Indies, 5th T20I: India clinch crushing 88-run win over WI: List of Awards, Man of the match

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Having
already
clinched
the
series,
prior
to
the
fifth
&
final
match,
the
Indian
team
did
not
take
their
foot
off
the
pedal
as
they
completely
outplayed
Windies,
to
end
the
series
with
a
win.

The
Indian
team
brought
in
four
changes,
including
skipper
Rohit
Sharma
being
rested,
with
Hardik
Pandya
leading
the
side.
Coming
into
the
team,
Shreyas
Iyer,
opening
for
India,
scored
a
sizzling
half-century
as
India
posted
a
strong
total
of
188/7.

In
reply
the
bowlers
were
clinical
once
again
as
they
bowled
out
Windies
for
100,
despite
a
clinical
half-century
from
Shimron
Hetmyer.
The
Indian
spinners
were
on
point
as
they
accounted
for
all
Windies
wickets.

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After
opting
to
bat,
Indian
openers
Ishan
Kishan
and
Shreyas
Iyer
got
off
on
the
right
foot,
before
Dominic
Drakes
put
the
brakes.
The
pair
put
up
38
off
28
deliveries
for
the
opening
partnership,
before
Drakes
handed
Windies
the
first
wicket,
removing
Kishan
(11)
to
reduce
India
to
38/1
in
4.3
overs.

But
Iyer
along
with
Deepak
Hooda
put
up
a
solid
second-wicket
partnership
to
put
India
on
course
for
a
big
total.

The
duo
stitched
together
a
sizzling
stand,
adding
76
off
44
for
the
second-wicket,
with
Iyer
adding
35
off
19,
while
Hooda
scored
a
solid
38
off
25.
In
the
first
ten
overs
India
added
95/1.
Walsh
put
the
brakes
to
remove
Hooda
in
the
twelfth
over.

Thereon,
India
struggled
to
build
on
the
start
handed
by
Iyer
as
they
lost
quick
wickets.
Holder,
who
was
clinical
with
the
ball,
removed
Iyer
next
after
a
sizzling
40-ball
64.

In
the
back
ten
overs
India
added
93.
Skipper
Pandya’s
quick
fire
28
off
16
saw
India
post
a
challenging
188/7.

In
reply,
Axar
Patel
handed
India
the
perfect
start,
removing
Holder
for
a
duck.
Patel
continued
to
trouble
the
Windies
batsmen
as
they
Patel’s
three
quick
wickets,
reduced
Windies
to
33/3
in
4.6
overs.
Shimron
Hetmey
and
skipper
Nicholas
Pooran
attempted
to
rebuild
Windies
innings,
but
Kuldeep
Yadav
struck
on
his
first
over
to
remove
Pooran
(3)
as
the
Windies
continued
to
lose
wickets.

Hetmyer
kept
the
scoreboard
ticking,
but
with
wickets
continuing
to
fall
at
the
other
end,
the
game
slipped
away
from
Windies.
Ravi
Bishnoi
removed
Hetmyer
after
a
solid
56
off
35,
and
then
wrapped
up
the
win
with
the
final
Windies
wicket
as
Obed
McCoy
fell
for
a
duck.
The
spinners
were
on
point
as
Windies
was
bowled
out
for
100
in
15.4
overs.
While
Axar
Patel
accounted
for
three
wickets
at
the
onset,
Kuldeep
Yadav
picked
up
three,
while
the
young
Bishnoi
returned
with
a
four-wicket
haul
to
hand
Windies
a
crushing
defeat.


Here’s
a
list
of
the
awards
and
the
post-match
comments:


Full
List
of
Awards:


GameChanger
of
the
match:

Axar
Patel
(3/15)


GameChanger
of
the
Series:

Arshdeep
Singh
(7
wickets
in
four
matches
and
an
economy
of
6.26)


Axar
Patel:

I
wanted
to
vary
my
pace
because
I
knew
the
wicket
was
slow
and
it
worked
for
me.
I
need
to
back
my
strength.
In
T20
batsmen
hit,
so
I
try
not
to
give
too
much
pace,
keep
things
simple,
stick
to
basics.
The
wickets
were
similar,
even
in
ODI,
it
helped,
so
when
I
was
going
fuller
it
was
easier
to
control
the
lengths.
(All
rounder)
Just
call
me
an
all
rounder,
not
batting
or
balling,
whichever
is
better
on
any
given
day.


Arshdeep
Singh:

I
guess
it
feels
really
good,
and
grateful
that
I
got
the
opportunity
to
represent
my
country.
Try
to
keep
it
simple.
As
Rahul
sir
says,
we’re
a
process-based
team
so
I
keep
it
simple
and
focus
on
the
process.
The
talk
is
to
be
adaptable,
whatever
the
wicket
is
and
whatever
the
team
needs.
Need
to
do
what
role
they’ve
given
me
and
a
lot
of
credit
goes
to
the
captain
and
coaching
team.
The
way
the
captains
back
youngsters,
the
feel
of
the
dressing
room
is
good,
treat
youngsters
and
seniors
same
and
the
atmosphere
is
very
good.


Nicholas
Pooran
(WI),
Losing
Captain:

We
just
weren’t
good
enough
today.
India
came
out
aggressive.
We’re
trying
our
best,
bowlers
are
getting
better,
but
we
need
to
learn
faster.
We
weren’t
up
for
the
challenge
and
we
didn’t
build
partnerships.
When
you
come
up
against
one
of
the
top
teams
in
the
world,
its
skill
vs
execution.
A
lot
of
cricket
being
played,
I
hope
as
a
team
we
learn
as
a
team
and
as
individuals.
Hopefully
when
we
reach
the
World
Cup
we’ve
learnt
and
we’re
prepared.
Team
India
were
fantastic
and
they
showed
us
why
they
are
No.
1.


Hardik
Pandya
(IND),
Winning
Captain:

It’s
very
special
to
get
a
chance
to
lead
your
country,
and
getting
that
chance
and
to
win
like
this
it
means
a
lot
personally.
Rohit
did
everything
before
this
game,
I
was
just
looking
to
take
it
forward
and
continue
doing
that.
(Captaincy)
Why
not?
If
I
get
the
opportunity
I
would
really
be
happy
to
do
that,
lead
the
(Indian)
side.
I
think
the
kind
of
talent
all
the
players
have
and
the
kind
of
freedom
with
which
they
are
playing.
Playing
with
freedom
and
expressing
yourself
without
fear,
it’s
the
new
India
we’re
seeing
and
that
makes
us
more
dangerous
and
credit
goes
to
the
team
management.
(Spinners)
Wanted
to
give
Axar
the
new
ball
and
wanted
him
to
get
the
confidence
back.
It
wasn’t
pre-planned,
but
the
wicket
and
batters
showed
us
that
the
spinners
will
be
a
big
factor.
I
had
to
just
hand
over
the
ball
and
tell
them
to
enjoy.
(Prep
for
T20
World
Cup)
Preparation-wise
and
environment
wise
we’re
a
100%
ready.
Just
need
to
keep
getting
better
and
need
to
keep
learning.

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