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West Indies lost two consecutive T20s in the series for the first time: Tilak overtakes Surya, Pooran top scorer against India; view records

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West Indies have defeated India in the second T20 of the five-match series. For the first time in the history of T20, Team India has lost two consecutive matches in the bilateral series against the West Indies. With this, Hardik Pandya has become the first Indian captain to lose two consecutive matches against the Windies.

Earlier, Windies had won back to back T20Is against India in 2016, but there was a no result match between those two encounters.
Also, Tilak Verma became the highest run-scorer for India in the first two innings, while Nicholas Pooran became the highest run-scorer in T20Is against India. He also broke the record for most sixes against India.
Read in this story some such important records made in T20…

Kishan has the lowest strike rate among Indian wicketkeepers
Ishaan Kishan has become the slowest Indian wicketkeeper. His strike rate has reached 113.10, which is even less than Dhoni. Dhoni has scored runs at a strike rate of 126.13.

Tilak Verma left Surya behind
Young batsman Tilak Verma has left behind Suryakumar Yadav, who scored the most runs in the first 2 T20 innings. He has become the Indian batsman to score the most runs in 2 matches. Verma has scored 90 runs in 2 matches, while Surya has 89 runs in his name.

After Rohit, the second Indian young batsman to score Fifty in T20 International
Tilak Verma played a half-century inning of 51 runs in the match. He has become the second young Indian batsman after India’s regular captain Rohit Sharma to score a half-century in T20 Internationals. Tilak has scored Fifty at the age of 20 years 271 days, while Rohit did this feat at the age of 20 years 143 days.

Pandya joins Bhuvi’s club
Captain Hardik Pandya got the wicket on the first ball of the innings. He became the second Indian bowler to take a wicket on the first ball of the innings in a T20 International match. Pandya has achieved this feat for the first time. Before him, Bhuvneshwar Kumar has done this thrice in 2022.

Batsman who scored the most T20 runs against Pooran India
Windies wicketkeeper Nicholas Pooran played a half-century innings of 67 runs. He scored his 10th T20 half-century. With this, Puran has become the highest run-scorer against India in T20s. He left behind Aaron Finch of Australia.
Pooran has scored 515 T20 runs against India, while Finch scored 500 runs.

Puran scored the most sixes against India in T20 International
Windies batsman Pooran hit 4 sixes on Indian bowlers during his half-century innings. Puran’s number of sixes has reached 30 in T20 International against India. He has become the batsman with the most sixes in this format against India. Pooran broke Sri Lankan captain Dasun Shanaka’s record of 29 sixes.

Puran left behind Butler, the batsman who scored the most fifty against India
Nicholas Pooran has scored 5th Fifty against India. He has become the batsman to score the most half-centuries against India in T20 International. Puran left behind the record of four fifties by English batsman Jos Buttler.

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