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Jul 7, 2013

Stand-in captain Virat Kohli Remarkable Century against WI

India team Outplayed for 102-run win over the West Indies under the Duckworth/Lewis method, India have direct to stay in contention for a place in the finals of the Celkon Mobile Cup following India’s opening pair laid a solid base, stand-in captain Virat Kohli make sure that his team set the West Indies a fearsome target and the Indian pace attack then broken the conditions and struck at normal intervals to take direct of the game.

 At what time play resumed, with the target revised to 274 from 39 overs, WI required 218 from 29 overs to save for the WI focus order fell in a heap, making a mounting task even harder and all-rounder Marlon Samuels was fixed by Karthik for 10, and Kieron Pollard existing a simple catch to Ashwin in the slips to return for a duck for the multiple WI’s problems, Ishant Sharma broke through Charles fight to leave the hosts reeling on 69 for five.

Following for a short time bowling spinners from both ends, Kohli to says, Umesh Yadav take three wickets in three overs and the west indies bowlers Roach and Narine then rallied on to add 58 for the ninth wicket with a late attack, but were unable to keep India from receiving the bonus point and the West Indies team were finally bowled out for 171 runs and kohli 14th One-day-international century.

Brief scores:

India 311/7 for 50 overs (V Kohli 102, S Dhawan 69, R Sharma 46; T Best 2/51) beat West Indies 171 all out in 34 overs (J Charles 45; B Kumar 3/29, U Yadav 3/32, I Sharma 2/30) by 102 runs under the D/L method

Man of the Match: Virat Kohli 102 runs for 83 balls (13 fours & 2 sixes)

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