It was an irregular off-day in the field for the Indian fielder as they dropped a couple of gets which cost them the coincidental T20 against West Indies at the Sabina Park in Jamaica on Sunday.

Pursuing a battling focus of 191, the hosts had begun brilliantly in the pursuit, with Evin Lewis and Chris Gayle taking the assault to India. Lewis was assuming the part of the attacker and right away he ventured into his 40s, graciousness of some radiant hitting.

West Indies cross the 50-run check in only 5 overs and they were going all weapons blasting towards the Indian score. It was on the last wad of the 6th over that an open door introduced itself to the guests however they lightened their lines.

Lewis (batting at 46) skied a Bhuvneshwar Kumar conveyance and it went straight open to question and it was falling at mid-on. Virat Kohli — who was handling at long-on — dashed inside to get it. In any case, in the meantime, Shami, who was handling at mid-off came running from his position. Both diverted each other and couldn’t take the catch.

At that point in the following over, Lewis (now batting at 55) skied another conveyance towards long-off, where Dinesh Karthik dropped him. Lewis benefited as much as possible from his lives and took West Indies over the line by hammering his second T20I century against India.

“We were on course for 230. What’s more, in the field also, we dropped a couple of possibilities and on the off chance that you don’t get them you don’t should win,” said captain Virat Kohli after the finish of the match.