India lose Ishan Kishan inside PowerPlay

Ishan Kishan seemed to be really struggling for any sort of rhythm in the fifth and final T20I against West Indies. In the end, the young southpaw manages only 11 off 13 balls. Dominic Drakes gets the short ball to hold in the pitch and elicits a cue-end to mid-on. Shreyas Iyer at the other end looks in good touch, however, as India manage 53/1, with the promoted opener chipping in with 25 of them. Thanks to Deepak Hooda who peeled off a couple of boundaries in the sixth over, India managed 14 off the last over of fielding restrictions and finished with a good PowerPlay score on what’s a slightly tacky wicket.