WATCH: Kuldeep Yadav-MS Dhoni bamboozle Jason Holder for slowest stumping ever – India are on tour of West Indies
India’s spin bowler Kuldeep Yadav, left, celebrates with captain Virat Kohli and wicketkeeper MS Dhoni the dismissal of West Indies captain Jason Holder during their second ODI cricket match at Queens Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Sunday, June 25, 2017. (PTI)
Ajinkya Rahane’s knock of 103 runs off 104 balls propelled India to set a good target of 311 runs for the West Indies side. But bowlers Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Kuldeep Yadav made it hard for the Caribbean side to win the second One Day International in Port of Spain on Sunday.
Keeping impeccable line and length in his ‘real’ debut ODI, chinaman Kuldeep Yadav took three wickets at the cost of 50 runs. He did not get a chance to bowl in the first ODI because the rain washed up the play.
Yadav took out West Indies opener Shai Hope (81), then Evin Lewis (21) and skipper Jason Holder (29). Holder’s wicket was nothing short of a piece of art.
Holder was on strike as Windies were 174-5 when Yadav bowled a smooth delivery which was difficult for the captain to read. By the time Holder knew what had happened, the ball was resting in MS Dhoni’s gloves and viewers were treated to one of the slowest stumping of all time.
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With the win on Sunday, India now lead the five ODI series 1-0