Virat Kohli got beaten in a chase with Ravindra Jadeja during the fourth ODI between India and West Indies. Jadeja and Virat are among the quickest and fittest in Team India and when they both came together for a race to stop the ball from reaching the boundary, it was the southpaw who won it.
However, in Virat's defense, we can say he slowed down in the end so that when Jadeja slides down and passes the ball he could collect and throw it back.
It was first over of the game and both Jadeja and Virat were fresh. Both the sprinters started together and at one stage they were running together before the Saurashtra cricketer stepped up. Even commentators were amazed seeing Jadeja's athleticism.
Talking about the game, it was India who absolutely dominated the game and clinched victory by 224 runs. West Indies couldn't even score half of India's runs as they were bowled out for just 153 inside 37 overs.
Batting first, India scored a mountain of runs. They piled up 377/5 with the help of Rohit Sharma's fantabulous innings (162 off 137) and Ambati Rayudu's 81-ball 100.
India has a lead of 2-1 now and the last game will be do-or-die for the visitors. If they manage to win the last game the series will end on 2-2 as one of the matches was tied.