West Indies outclassed Afghanistan in the second one ODI in Lucknow. © Twitter
The West Indies gained their 2d ODI towards Afghanistan by means of 47 runs to take an unassailable 2-Zero lead within the three-match collection being performed between the 2 aspects on the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow. Chasing a goal of 248, Afghanistan have been all out for 200 with Sheldon Cottrell, Roston Chase and Hayden Walsh taking 3 wickets every. Afghanistan appeared to be on the right track with a 53-run 2d wicket partnership between Rahmat Shah and Hazratullah Zazai. Afghanistan’s run price then went all the way down to snail’s tempo as Chase then took 3 wickets to run via their center order. The following primary stand was once for the 6th wicket with Mohammad Nabi and Najibullah Zadran hanging up 68 runs.
Zadran scored 56 however there was once hardly ever any battle from Afghanistan after his dismissal. Sharafuddin Ashraf was once the ultimate wicket to fall with the West Indies wrapping issues up within the 46th over.
Previous, the West Indies were given a excellent get started with a 98-run opening stand between Shai Hope and Evin Lewis. Then again, their center order collapsed and the guests went from 98/Zero to 182/6 within the area of just below 20 overs. Nicholas Pooran then bailed them out with a counter-attacking knock that noticed him submit a 50-run stand with Romario Shepherd. Shepherd scored simply six runs in his innings whilst Pooran scored 67 off 50 balls to take the West Indies with regards to 250.
The West Indies had up to now gained the primary ODI that was once hung on Wednesday by means of seven wickets this means that that they have got now showed victory within the three-match collection. The 3rd ODI can be performed on November 11 and this can be adopted by means of a three-match T20I collection in Lucknow. They are going to then stay within the nation for a restricted overs collection towards India that can consist of 3 T20Is and as many ODIs.
Temporary rankings: West Indies 247/nine (Nicholas Pooran 67, Evin Lewis 54; Naveen-ul-Haq three/60), Afghanistan 200 (Najibullah Zadran 56, Rahmat Shah 33; Sheldon Cottrell three/29)