India vs West Indies 3rd T20I Review
Rahul Chahar (20y) became the fourth-youngest player who had a debut for India in T20Is. The youngest is Washington Sundar (18y 80d vs Sir Lanka at Mumbai in 2017).
Kieron Pollard hit his third fifty in T20Is. His last fifty came in 2012 against New Zealand at Lauderhill before the third T20I against India.
Pollard hit six sixes against India in the third T20I at Providence which is the joint third-most by any player against India during a T20I match played in West Indies. The record is griped by Evin Lewis – 12 at Kingston in 2017.
Deepak Chahar’s figures of three for four within the third T20I at Providence is currently the best bowling figures for India against West Indies in T20Is. The previous best was three for thirteen by Kuldeep Yadav at Kolkata in 2018.
Virat Kohli has currently twenty-one fifty-plus scores in T20s joint-most alongside Rohit Sharma.
India has currently won six consecutive matches against West Indies in T20Is – the foremost by any team against them. The previous worst streak for them came against Pakistan from 2016 to 2017 with 5 consecutive defeats.
West Indies have currently lost fifty-seven T20s joint-most by any team alongside Bangladesh.