IND vs WI: Rahkeem Cornwall’s master stroke against Virat Kohli, turned the ball so many degrees

IND vs WI Rahkeem Cornwall Virat Kohli

New Delhi: In the first Test being played in Dominica against the West Indies, Virat Kohli was defeated by going close to a century. Kohli scored a total of 76 runs in 182 balls hitting 5 fours. He missed out on his 76th international and 29th century in Tests. Rahkeem Cornwall sent him to the pavilion by giving him a brilliant delivery.

Alyque Athanaj took a brilliant catch

When Cornwall bowled the second ball of the 146th over, the ball turned towards leg after pitching. Virat wanted to leave it, but the ball took the edge of his bat and flew towards the leg slip. Standing here, Alyque Athanaje took a brilliant diving catch and got the big wicket of Virat Kohli to bring back the Windies.

Cornwall’s ball rotated 9.2°

The special thing is that Virat Kohli faced 182 balls in this innings and only 4 of them were Rahkeem Cornwall. He lost his wicket in the fourth only. Cornwall stunned with their sharp turn and bouncy balls. Cornwall’s average turn in this innings was 6.3°, while Cornwall’s ball turned 9.2° to dismiss Virat Kohli. This is the reason why Virat got defeated on this master stroke of Cornwall and lost his wicket.

Kohli had earlier dropped for 72 runs. Wicketkeeper Joshua tried to catch the catch with a brilliant dive, but despite his good effort, he could not take the wicket. However, Kohli achieved a new milestone in this match. He also completed 8500 runs in Tests. He scored the 29th half century of his Test career.

Windies tried 9 bowlers

Kohli’s wicket fell on 405 runs. Currently Ravindra Jadeja and Ishaan Kishan are at the crease and India have scored 413 runs losing 5 wickets in 150 overs. India has taken a lead of 263 runs by this time. At the same time, Windies have tried 9 bowlers against India.

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