Washington Sundar, an all-rounder, said it was great to be back in Indian colors and that getting some turn was a huge pleasure for him.
Sundar debuted in the format against Sri Lanka at Mohali in 2017, and this was only his second outing in the format.
"It's definitely lovely to be back in Indian dress. It's wonderful to have this opportunity today. To begin with, a little turn and a little tiredness was a treat for me. Today, Yuzi (Chahal) and I went bowling. We should be able to track it down with trust "After West Indies were bowled out for 176 in 43.5 overs, Sundar spoke with the announcers in the middle of the innings.
At the Narendra Modi Stadium, Sundar set the tone for the West Indies innings to be broken. Brandon King took a slower off-break to mid-wicket for him. Four balls later, Darren Bravo was beaten by Sundar's lack of turn and knocked on the pads.
Sundar convinced captain Rohit Sharma to request a review, and reviews confirmed that the ball had hit the stumps. He finished up his three-wicket total with a simple return catch by Fabian Allen off his own bowling.