Transient scores: West Indies 283/9 (Shai Hope 95, Ashley Nurse 40, Shimron Hetmyer 37; Jasprit Bumrah four/35, Kuldeep Yadav 2/52) beat India (Virat Kohli 107, Shikhar Dhawan 35; Marlon Samuels three/12, Obed McCoy 2/38) by 43 runs
third ODI statistical highlights
- India suffered their 412th ODI loss total and the 62nd in opposition to the West Indies, dropping the third match of the sequence by 43 runs in Pune.
- Fabian Allen grew to become the 188th ODI participant for West Indies, changing Devendra Bishoo within the enjoying XI for the third ODI.
- Requested to bat first after Virat Kohli received a 3rd consecutive toss, Shai Hope anchored the West Indies innings with a 113-ball 95, his seventh ODI half-century, studded with six fours and three sixes.
- Jasprit Bumrah recorded bowling figures of four/35 in 10 overs on his return to the Indian ODI workforce and joined Mohammed Shami for Indian bowlers with probably the most wickets (76) after 42 ODI matches.
- Virat Kohli performed a lone hand in India’s pursuit of 284 and made his 38th ODI century. This was his third consecutive hundred within the format—he made 140 and an unbeaten 157 within the first and second ODI of the continued sequence—making him the primary Indian batsman to maintain this report. This was Kohli’s 23rd ODI hundred in a run-chase and 62nd century in worldwide cricket. He was out bowled by Marlon Samuels for 107 runs off 119 balls, an innings punctuated by 10 fours and one six, and India’s cost ended with the dismissal of their captain.
- Samuels recorded his career-best ODI bowling figures, his three/12 pivotal to the West Indies recording their first win on the tour.
- Kohli misplaced his 13th ODI match as captain, main India for the 55th time within the format.