When it was decided that India and West Indies would play two T20 matches in the USA, the games were obviously seen as an effort towards globalisation of the gentleman's game. But, while the endeavour was right
In a match where nearly 500 runs were scored in 40 overs, you wouldn't expect a bowler to end up walking away with the limelight. But, this is exactly what happened in the first T20 between India and West Indies at Lauderhill.
While India have already clinched an unassailable 2-0 lead heading into the last Test at Port of Spain, Trinidad beginning on Thursday, they still have a lot to play for in the final match, nothing more significant than the number one ranking.
When a team finds itself at 126 for 5 in the first innings of a Test, it is very difficult for that side to make a comeback. But, India did exactly that, thanks to some special efforts from both their batsmen and their bowlers