The ODIs show some excitement on the rare occurrences of match result. One such instance is a tie. The match saw a see-saw moving from one side to another.
Shimron Hetmyer’s sensational hitting and Shai Hope’s near run-a-ball unbeaten hundred brought West Indies awfully close to their highest successful chase in ODIs, but they contrived to somehow fall behind and then hit a last-ball four to come away with a tie. When they lost Rovman Powell in the 38th over, West Indies needed just 69 at well under a-run-a-ball, but somehow failed to punish a spate of full tosses bowled with the wet ball and needed 14 off the last over.The second ODI between India and West Indies ended in a tie.
SCORES : India batted first and made 321 for 6
West Indies in reply made 321 for 7 which ended in an exciting tie.