Crazy Celebrations in Indian Dressing Room after SERIES WIN: Shikhar Dhawan and Co were seen celebrating emphatically as the dressing room went into ruptures after India defeated WestIndies in the 2nd ODI. Shikhar Dhawan and Co were seen dancing and celebrating in bizarre fashion as India won the ODI series 2-0 with a match in hand.
Axar Patel was the hero of the match as he smashed an unbeaten 64 runs to steer India to win
India won the second ODI by 2 wickets as Sanju Samson and Co delivered for India
India will now try to imply a whitewash over the hosts having taken unassailable lead of 2-0
— Shikhar Dhawan (@SDhawan25) July 25, 2022
Shikhar Dhawan and Co go Crazy
Shikhar Dhawan posted a video of him celebrating with the Indian team as they went crazy inside the dressing room. Dhawan and Co were seen pumped up in the dressing room and looked in high morale as they chased down a total of 312 runs in the final over.
The video of the dressing room celebration went viral as Axar Patel and Sanju Samson were the architects of the win. The likes of Yuzivendra Chahal and Sanju Samson were also seen joining them along with Axar Patel in the video.
India secure famous win
Chasing a 312-run target, India were off to a very slow start. Shikhar Dhawan struggled to find any momentum. But it was Shubman Gill, who kept the scorecard ticking with a fine 49-ball 43. India could only score 42 in the first powerplay before a brief rain break.
However, it was Axar Patel it was Axar Patel that turned out to be an unlikely hero for India as he smashed 35-ball 64 to power India to 2-wicket victory against West Indies. With that India also sealed the series 2-0 and also won 12 ODI series on the trot. India chased down 312-run target with two balls to go.
— BCCI (@BCCI) July 25, 2022
India eye Whitewash
team India will now push for a whitewash on Wednesday as they will try to imply more misery on the hosts.
Shikhar Dhawan’s team has so far been impressive having chased as well as defended the total and have been fluent in every aspect.
Another win on Wednesday will cap off a perfect performance for Team India and will see them stretch their unbeaten run at the venue as well.
India last time lost an ODI match at the Queens Park Oval was in March 2007, in the ODI World Cup.
The painful defeat saw India exit the World Cup at group stage, after which the Queens Park Oval has been a happy hunting ground.