Trinidad: The Indian Cricket Team has won the first match of the three-match ODI series against the West Indies by 3 runs. After this victory in Port of Spain, all the players looked excited and happy, a veteran cricketer reached the dressing room of the Indian cricketers and doubled the happiness of the players. These veterans were welcomed by Yuzvendra Chahal, Indian captain Shikhar Dhawan, vice captain Shreyas Iyer.
This legend is former West Indies batsman Brian Lara. This legendary player of the cricket world suddenly reached the dressing room of Team India after the match was over on Friday. A video of Brian Lara entering the Indian players’ dressing room has been shared on social media by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Along with the video, the Indian board wrote in the caption, ‘Look who is coming to visit Team India’s room. This legend is Brian Charles Lara. Along with the caption, BCCI has also put a clapping emoji. That means BCCI welcomed Lara with thunderous applause.
It can be seen in the video that Lara was welcomed by Yuzvendra Chahal, Indian captain Shikhar Dhawan, vice captain Shreyas Iyer. Earlier, Lara also met Team India coach and former captain Rahul Dravid. His photo was also shared by BCCI. Along with sharing this photo, BCCI wrote in the caption, Two legends in one frame.
India won a very thrilling match by 3 runs in the last over
Let us tell you that after losing the toss in the first ODI against West Indies, team India batted first and scored 308 runs for 7 wickets. Shikhar Dhawan scored 97, Shubman Gill 64 and Shreyas Iyer scored 54 runs. Gudakesh Moti and Alzari Joseph took two wickets each for Windies. At the same time, Romario Shepherd and Aqeel Hussain got one wicket each. After this, the West Indies team chasing the target of 309 runs managed to score 305 runs and lost the match by 3 runs. For India, Siraj, Shardul Thakur and Yuzvendra Chahal took 2 wickets each. The hero of this victory has been captain Shikhar Dhawan, who was also declared the player of the match. Dhawan played an innings of 97 runs off 99 balls. It is the sixth time he has fallen victim to the nervous 90s.