India's last 12 T20Is in detail

India is currently playing a five-match T20I away series against West Indies. Now. let's take a relook at India's last 12 T20Is in detail.

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Rohit Sharma-led team India went well in the Asia Cup 2022 as they won their first two games against Pakistan and Hong Kong. Although suffered a defeat in the first game of the Super 4 stage. In this article, we will take a look at the detailed analysis of India's last 12 T20Is.

India's last 12 T20Is in detail |

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#1. India vs South Africa | 5th T20I

The all-important fifth and final T20I was scheduled at Chinnaswamy Stadium on June 19. The game, however, washed out with only 3.3 overs happened. Winning the toss SA decided to bowl first as they managed to bowl only 3.3 overs in which India scored 28/2. The game was scheduled to happen in 19 overs per side but ended up with no result. Lungi Ngidi took two wickets in the game. India shared the trophy with South Africa. Rishabh Pant and Keshav Maharaj (stand-in captain) share the trophy.

Brief Scores:

India: 28/2 (3.3/19 Overs)

South Africa: didn't bat

No Result

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#2. Ireland vs India | 1st T20I

After the home series against South Africa, the Men in Blue fly away to Ireland for a two-match T20I series. Hardik Pandya was appointed as the new captain of the side with a fresh squad in the series.

In the first T20I game, initially, the game started late due to heavy rain in Dublin. When the game starts the overs were reduced to 12 per side. Ireland set a good total of 108 on the board as Harry Tector remained unbeaten on 64 runs of just 33 balls. For India, Bhuvi, Hardik, Avesh, and Chahal took one wicket each. Meanwhile, in the run chase Deepak Hooda (47* off 29) came to open with Ishan Kishan (26 off 11). Both of the openers gave India a fiery start as captain Hardik Pandya (24 off 12) did the rest. Umran Malik made his debut in this game while he only got one over to the bowl. India comfortably won the match by 7 wickets and 16 balls to spare.

Brief Scores:

Ireland: 108/4 (12 Overs)

India: 111/3 (9.2/12 Overs)

India won by 7 wickets

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#3. Ireland vs India | 2nd T20I

Coming to the second and final T20I of the tour, India managed to win the game by just 4 runs in a nail-biting thriller. Batting first, Indian batters performed well as India finished with a huge score of 225 runs in respective 20 overs. New opener for India, Sanju Samson hammered 77 runs off 42 balls while Deepak Hooda scored his maiden International and T20I century in the game. Hooda smashed 104 runs off 57 balls before getting dismissed by Josh Little.

Meanwhile, in the run chase, Ireland's openers took India bowlers and started to slash them in each and every ball. Paul Stirling (40 off 18) and captain Andrew Balbirnie (60 off 37) scored the most runs for Ireland. However, last match performer Harry Tector (39 off 28) also scored some important runs. The late blows from George Dockrell (34* off 16) and Mark Adair (23* off 12) helped the hosts to drag the game till the last delivery. Newcomer Umran Malik defended 18 runs in the final over as India managed to win the game by 4 runs and the series by 2-0.

Brief Scores:

India: 225/7 (20 Overs)

Ireland: 221/5 (20 Overs)

India won by 4 runs

#4. England vs India | 1st T20I

The three-match T20I series against England started on July 7 with Rohit Sharma back as the captain of team India. Rohit-led India managed to win the first game by a good margin of 50 runs. Batting first, India managed to reach a total of 198 in respective 20 Overs. Hardik Pandya (51 off 33) scored a half-century while important contributions from Rohit (24 off 14), Hooda (33 off 17), and Surya (39 off 19) helped India to get to the total.

Coming to the chase, England's newly appointed captain and inform batter Jos Buttler got clean bowled by swing master Bhuvneshwar Kumar for a first-ball duck. Jason Roy also fails in the trap of Hardik Pandya. Soon, with the help of Pandya India took the charge of the English batter as they bundled out their host in just 148 runs with three balls to spare. Hardik Pandya was the star of the match who scored a fifty firstly and then took four wickets while bowling in the second innings. He became the first player to do so. Arshdeep Singh made his India debut in this game and took two wickets. India won the match by 50 runs to get a lead of 1-0 in the series.

Brief Scores:

India: 198/8 (20 Overs)

England: 148 all out (19.3 Overs)

India won by 50 runs

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#5. England vs India | 2nd T20I

In the second T20I, India again managed to grab a win at Edgbaston by another good margin of 49 runs. Coming to bat first, India set a target of 171 for the hosts with the contribution of captain Rohit (31 off 20), Pant (26 off 15), and Jadeja (46* off 29). England debutant Richard Gleeson took three wickets and that too of Rohit, Pant, and Virat. It was a dream debut for the 34-year-old guy. Chris Jordan took four wickets.

In the chase, England openers Roy and Buttler again fails to deliver as Moeen Ali (35 off 21) was only the man from the side who scored some runs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar again shines in this game as he took the wickets of Roy, Buttler, a d Gleeson. England got bundled on 121 runs with three more overs to spare. Bumrah and Chahal took two wickets while Hardik and Harshal took one each.

Brief Scores:

India: 170/8 (20 Overs)

England: 121 all out (17 Overs)

India won by 49 runs

#6. England vs India | 3rd T20I

In the Third and Final T20I of the series, England somehow managed to grab their first win in the series. The British brigade won the match by 17 runs as Reece Topley shines again with his brilliant bowling display. Batting first, England set a huge target of 216 for the visitors as Dawid Malan shines with the bat. Malan scored 77 runs off just 39 balls before getting dismissed. Meanwhile, important contributions from Liam Livingstone(42* off 29) helped England to reach the total.

In the run chase, India hasn't started well as they lost their top three batters inside just 31 runs. Meanwhile, then Suryakumar Yadav and Shreyas Iyer came into the game. They build up a huge partnership of 119 runs to give the Indian innings a breath of oxygen. Surya hammered his maiden international T20I hundred in the game while he smashed 117 runs off 55 balls. This is the second highest individual total for any Indian player in T20Is after Rohit Sharma's 118 vs SL in 2017. Iyer scored 28 while, Dinesh Karthik and Jadeja both failed to finish the game. Reece Topley took three wickets while David Willey and Chris Jordan took two each.

Brief Scores:

England: 215/7 (20 Overs)

India: 198/9 (20 Overs)

England won by 17 runs

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#7. West Indies vs India | 1st T20I

After a successful T20I series in England, team India flew away to Trinidad for three-match ODI and a five-match T20I series. Coming to the T20Is, in the very first game, India managed to grab a win by 68 runs while defending a total of 190. Batting first, Rohit Sharma and his men put up a brilliant show as the skipper smashed 64 runs off 44 balls as he opened with Surya Kumar Yadav(24 off 16). Shreyas, Pant, Pandya, and Jadeja failed to score big as Dinesh Karthik took the charge to help India to reach a good total. Karthik's cameo 41 in just 19 balls and Ashwin's 13 off 10 get India to 190 in 20 overs.

In the chase, West Indies never looked to be in the game as they started to lose wickets at every interval. No one scored more than 20 runs (highest Brooks 20). Indian bowlers managed to take quick wickets to end West Indies' hope of winning the game. West Indies ended their innings on 122/8 in 20 Overs and fell short by 68 runs. Arshdeep, Ashwin, and Ravi Bishnoi took two wickets each while, Bhuvi and Jadeja together grabbed two wickets.

Brief Scores:

India: 190/6 (20 Overs)

West Indies: 122/8 (20 Overs)

India won by 68 runs

#8. West Indies vs India | 2nd T20I

After winning the first T20I India's overconfidence costs them the second game as West Indies won the game by 5 wickets while chasing a minor total of 139. Batting first, Indian batsmen failed to score big as Pant, Hardik, and Jadeja were only the three batsmen who helped India to get to 138. For West Indies, left-arm pacer Obed McCoy was the star of the match as he took six wickets. He returned with the best T20I figure against India of 4-1-17-6. Jason Holder took two wickets while other bowlers took one each except Odean Smith, who went away for 43 runs in his 4 overs quota.

In the run chase, West Indies opener Brandon King stood out for the hosts as he scored 68 runs off 52 balls to secure the first victory for them on the tour. Keeper batsman Devon Thomas helped King as he remained unbeaten on 31 off 19. West Indies chased down the target in 19.2 overs and won the match by 5 wickets. For India, Avesh, Arshdeep, Hardik, Ashwin, and Jadeja took one wicket each. With this win, West Indies level the series 1-1.

Brief Scores:

India: 138 all out (19.4 Overs)

West Indies: 141/5 (19.2 Overs)

West Indies won by 5 wickets

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#9. West Indies vs India | 3rd T20I

India made a brilliant comeback in the third T20I by winning the game by 7 wickets and one over to spare. Suryakumar Yadav stood out for India as he scored 76 off 44 while chasing 165 against West Indies. Batting first, the hosts put up a good total of 164/5 on the board with the help of Kyle Mayers 73 off 50 balls which includes 8 fours and 4 sixes. For India, Bhuvneshwar took two wickets while Arshdeep and Hardik took one each.

In the chase, Rohit Sharma got off a good start before he injured himself and retired hurt later. Shreyas Iyer (24 off 27) and Rishabh Pant (33* off 26) assist Surya to help India to reach the total inside 19 overs. For the hosts, Drakes, Holder, and Akeal took one wicket each. Suryakumar Yadav won the player of the match award for his brilliant innings while chasing. India took a lead of 2-1 in the series.

Brief Scores:

West Indies: 164/5 (20 Overs)

India: 165/3 (19 Overs)

India won by 7 wickets

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#10. India vs Pakistan | Asia Cup 2022

First India vs Pakistan clash happened in the Asia Cup and that too in their first encounter of the season respectively. Indian managed to steal victory from their arch-rivals Pakistan and won the game by 5 wickets. Hardik Pandya was the star of the match who took three wickets first and then played a match-winning knock of 33 runs in just 17 balls.

Winning the toss India elected to bowl first. In the very beginning, Bhuvneshwar Kumar took the price wicket of Babar Azam when he was on his personal score of 10. Soon, each and every batsman failed except Rizwan who scored 43 off 42. Late contributions from Dahani and Haris Rauf helped Pakistan to finish on 147. Bhuvneshwar got four wickets, Hardik got three, and Arshdeep took two.

India set to chase the target of 148, but in the very first over opener KL Rahul got bowled out on a duck, the delivery bowled by Naseem Shah. Soon, Rohit Sharma (12) also fails before Virat and Jadeja come to the chase. Virat scored 35 off 34 while Jadeja smashed 35 off 29. These two important innings helped India to keep the momentum on its way. Later Hardik Pandya came and ended up Pakistan's hope in the last over by hitting a six over the mid-wicket region. India won the encounter by 5 wickets and Hardik was named the Man of the Match.

Brief Scores:

Pakistan: 147 all out (19.5 Overs)

India: 148/5 (19.4 Overs)

India won by 5 wickets

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#11. India vs Hong Kong | Asia Cup 2022

In match no. 4 of the Asia Cup 2022, India faced Hong Kong in Dubai. Hong Kong played brilliantly, although ended up on the losing side. India won the match by 40 runs. Batting first, India managed to get to a good total with the help of KL Rahul (36 off 39), Virat Kohli (59* off 44), and Suryakumar Yadav (68* off 26). The unbeaten partnership of 98* between Kohli and Surya got India to 192/2 in 20 overs. For Hong Kong, Ayesh Shukla Ghazanfar took one wicket each.

In the chase, Hong Kong got off a decent start before hurdling in the middle. Hayat (41 off 35) and Shah (30 off 28) scored some valuable runs for HK. The chase was going great but in the middle overs, they lost their set batsmen and already virtually lost the game. Some good late touch was shown by Zeeshan Ali, who scored 26 off 17 but that wasn't enough as they suffered a defeat by 40 runs. For India, Bhuvneshwar, Arshdeep, Avesh, and Jadeja everyone took one wicket each. India got two back-to-back victories in the Asia Cup 2022.

Brief Scores:

India: 192/2 (20 Overs)

Hong Kong: 152/5 (20 Overs)

India won by 40 runs

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#12. India vs Pakistan | Asia Cup 2022 (Super 4)

The latest encounter between these two arch-rivals was again a nail-biting thriller with Pakistan grabbing the victory in the last over. With this win, Pakistan registered its third victory against India in T20Is in eleven games. Batting first, India put up a total of 181/7 on the board as Virat Kohli (60 off 44) smashed his second consecutive fifty of the tournament. His innings helped India to get to a competitive total against their arch-rivals Pakistan.

However, in the chase, Pakistan skipper Babar Azam again fails to deliver as it was again Rizwan, who scored a fifty before getting dismissed by Hardik. Mohammed Rizwan smashed 71 off 51 while Nawaz scored a quickfire 42 off just 20 balls. These two innings put things down for India before, Arshdeep missed an important catch in the 18th over of Ravi Bishnoi. In the next over Bhuvneshwar Kumar went on for 19 runs that turned things out of India's hand. In the final over, 7 were needed as Khusdil(14) and Asif Ali(16) finished the game for India. Pakistan won the match by 5 wickets keeping the record as 8-3 in T20Is.

Brief Scores:

India: 181/7 (20 Overs)

Pakistan: 182/5 (19.5 Overs)

Pakistan won by 5 wickets

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Last Updated on 04/09/2022.

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