West Indies v India ODI 1 - Complete Scorecard

West Indies v India ODI 1 - Complete Scorecard

Post by Vicky B. Vigneswar » Thu, 20 Oct 1994 01:37:42


This is the complete scorecard of the First ODI between West Indies and India

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India v West Indies, ODI 1
Faridabad, 17 October 1994

West Indies won the toss and elected to bat
West Indies won by 96 runs.
Umpires: S.K.Sharma and I.Shivram

WEST INDIES                                      R    B   4/6
P.Simmons           c Mongia      b Chauhan     76   93   7/3
S.Williams          c Kumble      b Srinath     61   81   8/2
B.Lara              c Azharuddin  b Kumble      10
C.Hooper            not out                     61        3
K.Arthurton         hit wkt       b Srinath     39        1
A.Cummins           c Bedade      b Srinath      0    1
J.Adams             not out                      1
Extras                                          25
TOTAL               (5 Wickets, 50 overs)      273
DNB: S.Chanderpaul, C.Cuffy, C.Walsh, K.Benjamin

FOW: 1-132 (Williams), 2-148 (Lara), 3-167 (Simmons),
4-254 (Arthurton), 5-254 (Cummins)

Bowling         O       M       R       W
Prabhakar      10       1       46      0 (1nb)
Srinath        10       2       42      3 (5w)
Kapil           5       0       37      0
Kumble         10       0       54      1 (1nb)
Tendulkar       5       0       32      0
Chauhan        10       1       45      1

Note: In Over 49 Srinath had a hat-trick chance.

INDIA                                                       4/6
S.R.Tendulkar                           b Walsh         0
M.Prabhakar                             b Walsh         3
N.S.Sidhu               c Cummins       b Benjamin      52  5
*M.Azharuddin           c Lara          b Cuffy         1
V.G.Kambli              c Adams         b Cuffy         5   1
A.Bedade                c Adams         b Benjamin      51  7
Kapil Dev               c Walsh         b Simmons       12
+N.R.Mongia             not out                         15
A.Kumble                c Simmons       b Hooper        4
R.K.Chauhan             c Adams         b Arthurton     20
J.Srinath               c Simmons       b Hooper        0
Extras                  (lb-2, w-2, nb-9)               13
TOTAL                   (all out, 45 overs)             177

FOW: 1-2 (Tendulkar), 2-5 (Prabhakar), 3-12 (Azhar),
4-21 (Kambli), 5-117 (Sidhu), 6-129 (Bedade), 7-135 (Kapil),
8-149 (Kumble), 9-176 (Chauhan), 10-177 (Srinath)

Bowling         O       M       R       W
Walsh           5       0       11      2
Cuffy           7       2       19      2
Cummins         7       0       27      0
Benjamin        8       0       48      2
Simmons         10      1       38      1
Hooper          6       0       23      2
Arthurton       2       0       9       1

Man of the match: Phil Simmons

Thanks to acme, sreenu, tecme, Yardie, srinivas, Azhar,
John McDonald and CricInfo Database

 
 
 

West Indies v India ODI 1 - Complete Scorecard

Post by R. Bharat R » Thu, 20 Oct 1994 04:31:32

Congratulations to WI on a comprehensive victory.  Seems like they
ground India into the dust...

Quote:
>WEST INDIES                                      R    B   4/6
>TOTAL               (5 Wickets, 50 overs)      273

Thats a simply amazing total!

Quote:
>Prabhakar      10       1       46      0 (1nb)
>Srinath        10       2       42      3 (5w)
>Kapil           5       0       37      0
>Kumble         10       0       54      1 (1nb)
>Tendulkar       5       0       32      0
>Chauhan        10       1       45      1

All the Indian bowlers got torched; as big a Kapil fan as I am, I have
to admit, that I am beginning to wonder a tad.  However, I'm sure the
man will come back with a sterling performance in the next game.  A
much more dangerous augury is the belting that Chauhan and Kumble
took, particularly the latter.  It will give the West Indian bats no
end of confidence to have whacked the spearhead of the Indian attack
all over the field...  Anyway, very well done, indeed.  Also,
Srinath's and Prabhakar's figures are not too shabby given that they
bowled the slog overs..

With SRT's early departure, the long odds became close to impossible.
Walsh's figures are truly amazing, as are Cuffy's.  Good move by Walsh
to rest himself and the other main strike bowlers once victory was
inevitable...

Quote:
>INDIA                                                       4/6
>S.R.Tendulkar                           b Walsh         0
>M.Prabhakar                             b Walsh         3
>N.S.Sidhu               c Cummins       b Benjamin      52  5
>*M.Azharuddin           c Lara          b Cuffy         1
>V.G.Kambli              c Adams         b Cuffy         5   1
>A.Bedade                c Adams         b Benjamin      51  7
>Kapil Dev               c Walsh         b Simmons       12
>TOTAL                   (all out, 45 overs)             177

A sad collapse with only the ever-dependent Sidhu and the newcomer
Bedade saving India from abject ***.  As this is an ODI, I
don't particularly care about the result; what does worry me is that
this confidence will carry over into the Tests, and India may get
pummelled there as well.  

Some suggested changing the order, but playing another spinner in
place of Kapil is not the answer -- that only weakens our batting even
further, and though our bowlers lost the game for us (or rather the WI
bats won it for their side), our batting didn't distinguish itself.
Weakening the bowling to include Raju in place of Kapil is not the
answer.  What we may consider in the future is a true all-rounder,
maybe someone like the laddie from Bombay who spun RoI out...
Bahatule?  Sadiq, how far is he from national consideration, or are
there any other genuine all-rounders waiting in the wings...  Whats
his ODI potential, as a Raju-clone?

As for the Tests, I think opening with Prabhakar will spell doom.  I
strongly suspect we will see Manjrekar opening with Sidhu before the
Test series is over; he seems to be in great form, and will be in the
Test side, possibly first as a middle-order bat, and later in the
series as an opener...  Hope this doesn't have to cost us a Test,
before the selectors decide it won't work.  For that reason I hope
they keep opening with Prabhakar in the ODI's, and even though you and
I know that ODI performance is a completely different thing from the
Tests, with the selector's logic, if he fails in the ODI's as an
opener, means they won't use him as an opener in the Tests.

Bharat [still praying for a 1-0 Test series victory, and willing to
offer up a complete whitewash in the ODI's as fair exchange]

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West Indies v India ODI 1 - Complete Scorecard

Post by Pramod Kos » Thu, 20 Oct 1994 06:18:09

       What a thrashing. So our hopes of Vinod Bradman hitting the WI pacers
seem to be completely dashed. The only excuse is that both VK and ST are
facing the WI bowling for their first series ever against the WI. I know
that ODI is no training ground to face fast bowlers, but I am willing to
give these two some more chances.
M Azzarudin, this guy has failed against WI pace , I know that he will fail
again, I just cannot understand why the other Indians on this net are all
behind him. If I were a selector Azzar would be the first batsman I would
knock  off the team.
Sanjay Manjrekar the first batsman I would put in the team. He is by far the
best Indian batsman against WI pace.
N S Siddu, Anil Kumble, Nayan Mongia and Rajesh Chauhan should all be in the
team.
Now to find the pacers, J Srinath as the best we have should be in the team.
He is going to get hit around a bit in the begining but by the end of the
season, he is going to be a much better bowler.
V Prasad, I know that he does not have much pace. But only pace does not get
you wickets. When he entered Dennis Lillie's pace foundation, that is all he
had, and he was all over the place. Now he has slowed down , and he is a
much better bowler for that. We just might see him performing in the very
next ODI.
Abhey Kurruvilla - I think of the rest of the bowlers he is the best.
So my 11 would be .. out of the players I have discussed ..
1. Ajay Jadeja
2. N S Siddu
3. Sanjay Manjrekar
4. Sachin Tendulkar
5. Vinod Kambli
6. Manoj Prabhakar
7. Nayan Mongia
8. Anil Kumble
9. Rajesh Chauhan
10 J Srinath
11 V Prasad

This is the kind of a team that can take on WI and beat it.

Pramod Koshy.

 
 
 

West Indies v India ODI 1 - Complete Scorecard

Post by Sudhama Gopal » Thu, 20 Oct 1994 06:55:32



Quote:
>As for the Tests, I think opening with Prabhakar will spell doom.  I
>strongly suspect we will see Manjrekar opening with Sidhu before the
>Test series is over; he seems to be in great form, and will be in the
>Test side, possibly first as a middle-order bat, and later in the
>series as an opener...  Hope this doesn't have to cost us a Test,
>before the selectors decide it won't work.  For that reason I hope
>they keep opening with Prabhakar in the ODI's, and even though you and
>I know that ODI performance is a completely different thing from the
>Tests, with the selector's logic, if he fails in the ODI's as an
>opener, means they won't use him as an opener in the Tests.

I'd be surprised if Prabhakar has more than two productive years of Test cricket
from this point. Reason - he's about 31-32 at the moment. He has never been a
great one for fitness - in fact he looks positively paunchy. While as a batsman
he could survive with limited fitness, I seriously doubt if he could last
another two years as a bowler. In fact, I'm willing to bet that this season his
powers as a bowler (or success as one) will show a dramatic decline. Swami sez
Kapil and Prabhakar will bid adieu to Test cricket in succession - within a
year!

Sudhama

 
 
 

West Indies v India ODI 1 - Complete Scorecard

Post by Kurt Tools » Sat, 22 Oct 1994 21:50:55

Can anyone post a breakdown of the West Indies team currently
in India, with the island of origin, for each player?

Thanks in advance

Kurt