Shikhar Dhawan pounces on a wide half-volley

India

Aryan Surana

Having failed to score big in the last two innings against England, Shikhar Dhawan returned to form in style, working his way to a magnificent 97 in the first ODI versus West Indies. Although the southpaw missed the three-figure mark by just three runs, his knock was built on crisply-timed strokes and anchored India's innings nicely. He was in the middle for close to 34 overs, and looked in sublime touch as he smacked ten boundaries and three maximums. Dhawan, Shubman Gill and Shreyar Iyer hit 50s but India's run-rate has dropped as we enter the final ten.