India won the second ODI against West Indies on Sunday at the Queen's Park Oval, Trinidad. The Virat Kohli led side beat Jason Holder men by 59 runs in a rain affected match. India won the toss and elected to bat first. Virat Kohli scored the 42nd hundred of his ODI career, and Twitter praised the Indian skipper for his batsmanship. India vs West Indies 2nd ODI 2019 Match Highlights: India Wins by 59 Runs (DLS Method) to Take 1-0 Lead in 3-Match Series.
Shreyas Iyer brought up his third fifty for India as the right handed batsman hit 71 and was involved in a century partnership with Virat Kohli. Bhuvneshwar Kumar picked up four wickets for just 31 runs in his 8 overs and took a stunning catch to dismiss Roston Chase to derail West Indies chase. West Indies vs India Cricket Score 2nd ODI Match.
Twitter could not resist itself from praising Virat Kohli and Bhuvneshwar Kumar. #KingKohli was a hastag that was trending on the top and then #Bhuvi climbed the trending charts as well. Bhuvneshwar Kumar Takes a Brilliant Return Catch of His Own Bowling to Dismiss Roston Chase During India vs West Indies 2nd ODI, Watch Video.
Read the Tweets Below
India beat West Indies by 59 runs (D/L method) in 2nd ODI. Lead the 3 match ODI series 1-0.
WI collapsed from 179/4 to 182/8.
Brilliant bowling (4 wickets in 8 overs) and a superb catch by Bhuvi.
Man of the Match Virat Kohli (120 off 125) 👏👍🇮🇳 #… pic.twitter.com/1ZrUzXwgAI
— Bajrangi (@ImAnupGupta) August 11, 2019
All Hail King Kohli
Here comes the CENTURY for #KingKohli 💯
His 42nd ton in ODIs 🙌👏
— BCCI (@BCCI) August 11, 2019
Kohli's First Century in Five Months
— Vishal Patel🇮🇳 (@Khanna2388) August 11, 2019
Memes For Kohli's Feat
Kohli After His Century Be Like
— Devidutta rout (@ddroutjh) August 11, 2019
And Of Course the 'Sacred Records'
— Hindustani Bhau Meme (@BhauMeme) August 11, 2019
— BlueCap 🇮🇳 (@IndianzCricket) August 11, 2019
India won the second ODI against West Indies by 59 runs through (D/L) method, after rain interrupted the match twice. The match was reduced to 46 overs per side and the target was revised to 270 instead of the original target of 280 set by India. West Indies were al out for 210 in reply. Only Evin Lewis scored a half-century in the match for West Indies as other batsmen barring Nicholas Pooran failed to impress with the bat.