KL Rahul becomes the third fastest to complete 1000 T20I races

HYDERABAD: Indian opener KL Rahul On Friday he completed his 1000 races in the T20I and became the third fastest to reach the milestone.

He completed the feat in the first T20I against the West Indies. He became the seventh Indian to accomplish this feat.

The 27-year-old reached his 1,000 runs in 29 innings.

Babar Azam He leads the table, who achieved the milestone in 26 innings, followed by Virat Kohli in 27 innings. Rahul sits in third position with Aaron Finch , who completed his 1,000 races in 29 innings.

Previously, Windies had a bad start as they lost their first game Lendl simmons (2) at a low price in the second final. Pacemaker Deepak Chahar It provided early advance for the hosts.

Evin Lewis and Brandon King sewed a 51-run association for the second wicket. The resistance of the first was interrupted by the spinner Washington Sundar in the sixth.

Lewis played a quick hit of 40 runs of 17 balls. The Caribbean side was 66/2 after the end of six overs.

Shimron Hetmyer joined King in the middle and added some fast runs. The duo built a 37-race stand and guided to the side to pass the 100-race mark.

Ravindra Jadeja seized King (31) in the eleventh, reducing Men in Maroons by 101/3.

Pattern Kieron Pollard He joined Hetmyer in the middle and hit the entire park. The duo sewed a giant association of 71 races for the fourth wicket.

Hetmyer was chosen by Yuzvendra Chahal after playing a 56-stroke hit with 41 balls studded with four six. He marked his maiden T20I half a century.

In the same case, Chahal also seized Pollard (37) reducing Windies to 173/5 by 17.3 overs.

In the end, Jason Holder's 24 races came out of nine balls and Denesh Ramdin's 11 deliveries helped the team overcome the 200-race mark. The visitors obtained 207/5 in the 20 overs.

For India, Chahal bagged two wickets while Washington Sundar and Deepak Chahar clinched one wicket each.