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Rohit dwarfed Dhawan, who banked on his "life" on the boundary line on 28 off Carlos Brathwaite to make an impressive in his 41-ball 43 (and achieved the milestone of scoring 1000 runs in T20Is), in a 123-run stand and set India for a big aggregate.
Rohit, who is leading the Indian team in the absence of regular skipper Virat Kohli, also praised his opening partner Shikhar Dhawan and the bowlers, especially Khaleel Ahmed and Jasprit Bumrah who took two wickets each in the match.
India then restricted the tourists to 124-9 and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
Khaleel pegged the West Indies back with two early wickets and according to India's stand-in captainRohit Sharma it was the 20-year-old who insisted on bowling with the new ball along with seasoned Bhuvneshwar Kumar.The bowler from Tonk, Rajasthan dismissed both the openers - Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer - to unsettle the West Indies chase."I had more responsibility today as I was bowling with the new ball".
He is now the second highest scorer in the world behind New Zealand's Martin Guptill, on 2,271 runs. We took the time initially and when he gets going it's not easy.
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"Those celebrations come because I am extremely excited as I am representing my country", he said.
"I was reading the pitch when we were batting", he said. Khaleel is a different bowler with the new ball.
Dhawan's luck finally ran out in the 14th over when he was caught by Nicholas Pooran at the long leg boundary off Fabian Allen as the batsman went for a slog sweep. Left-arm pacer Khaleel Ahmed struck in his first and third overs to remove two risky batsmen, Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer, cheaply and retard the run rate.
"They batted well but even at the halfway stage with them not losing a wicket, we still felt we were one or two wickets away from restricting them to a total close to 170, 180 - we would have been happy with that", he explained.
"Our batting continues to let us down.We are still trying to find our best opening combination", said Brathwaite. "Hopefully in the third game, we'll put up a better performance", said the Windies skipper. Khaleel had grabbed the headlines during the Asia Cup, but his time of reckoning came in the ODI series against the West Indies where he finished as the third-highest wicket-taker with seven wickets in four matches.
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