WI vs IND: Watch - Rishabh Pant instructed Sanju Samson using Malayalam language, saying "Easy Chetta"
West Indies and India clashed with each other in the 4th T20I match in Florida. Talking about the ongoing game, West Indies skipper, Nicholas Pooran won the toss and opted to take the field.
As usual, Rohit Sharma opened the innings with Suryakumar Yadav as both the batters provided a fiery start that their side expected. Both the batters added 53 runs for the first wicket before Akeal Hossain cleaned up the Indian skipper for 33 runs.
Following his dismissal, Suryakumar Yadav also returned to the dressing room after scoring 24 runs. Deepak Hooda who comes in at no.3 was decent with the bat and scored only 21 runs and was dismissed by Alzarri Joseph.
Then Rishabh Pant and Sanju Samson stood firm in the middle and build up a crucial partnership for the 4th wicket. However, Obed McCoy provided a much-needed breakthrough for his side by sending back the well-settled Rishabh Pant for 44 runs.
Summary of the match between West Indies vs India:
However, in the end, Team India posted a well challenging total of 191 runs on the board. Chasing the target, West Indies batters, Brandon King and Kyle Mayers opened the innings but the right-handed batter had to walk back to the dressing room after hitting the ball straight into the hands of Avesh Khan.
Despite having a decent total on the board, West Indies have lost the match and lost the series as well. Besides, after winning the toss and opting to bowl first, Nicholas Pooran shared a few words, saying, "We are going to bowl first.
The ground has been covered and there should be some moisture, we'll look for early wickets. Take the game as deep as possible and then win the key moments. We are playing some good cricket so far, the boys are looking forward to today's game," was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.
However, during the game, Rishabh Pant caught the attention of the fans when he instructed Sanju Samson with the Malayalam word "Easy Chetta" and the video has gone viral on social media platforms.
Watch the video here: