Deepak Hooda was given his debut cap in the first ODI between India and the West Indies, however, he was not given the opportunity to bowl in the match, which created a lot of discussion and discussion. In the second ODI, though, he took this weapon from its pouch and hit it in his first over.
The West Indies' batting attack has been suffering for some time, and the process continues in the 2nd ODI, with half of the team dismissed for a total of 76. Shamarh Brooks, on the other hand, showed some courage with 64 balls for 44 runs, but captain Rohit Sharma finally used his 6th bowling option, which paid off wonderfully.
Deepak Hooda made his series debut in the first ODI. In the second ODI, he did get to bowl his first over. Brooks and Hosein put on a 41-run partnership for the fifth wicket and were looking deadly. Hooda, on the other hand, hit in his first over, and the West Indies were surprised once more.
Hooda was brought on to bowl the West Indies' 31st over. Hooda put the ball up and invited Brooks to try for a huge shot on the 5th delivery of the over. Brooks is taken in by it and lofts it long-on. He did not, however, aim the ball, and it went high but not far. Suryakumar Yadav had a good grip on the ball and was able to keep it there completing the catch.