With Shreyas Iyer also finding some form with half a century, it was a perfect top-three act for the Indian side, but a mid-order slump followed and India settled for 308 for seven after being able to go beyond 350. In the middle of the order, the spotlight would be on batter Sanju Samson as he failed to capitalize on the opportunity at this level yet again, returning with a 12 to 18 ball. The Kerala stumper, however, made up for his shortfall with a superb near-death save, which was instrumental in India securing a victory on the last ball of the game with Mohammed Siraj defending 15 points. The likes of Suryakumar Yadav, Samson, Deepak Hooda and Axar Patel would like to step up the India Eye series.
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