Crickdose: Three Things That We Learned From India’s T20 Series Win Over The West Indies

India came into the T20 series against the West Indies with high expectations. The West Indies have been inconsistent in recent times and this series proved to be an easy one for the Indians. So, here are the top three things that we learned from India’s T20 series win over the West Indies:

1) Brilliant Kohli

Kohli proved to be India’s best batsman during the series. He managed to string together partnerships with others at vital times. Although he scored just one fifty in the series, his contributions were critical. His captaincy was also excellent, making good use of his bowlers and fielders.

2) Charming Chahar

Deepak Chahar got just one game in the series. But in that solitary match, he managed to show his class. His bowling with the new ball was so good that he got immense praise from Kohli himself. He managed to display great control and was even compared to Bhuvneshwar Kumar. He will be hoping to continue this form in the near future.

3) Pant on Fire

Rishabh Pant was being questioned after the first two matches of the series. But he managed to silence his critics in the final game. He played his shots all around the ground and provided great support to Kohli. He will he hoping to carry this form to the one-dayers. This could help him in cementing his place in the side.

To sum up, the series proved to be a cakewalk for the Indians. They managed to smash the West Indies 3-0 and are now looking full of confidence for the rest of the tour. Can the West Indies fight back?

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