2. Ambati Rayudu came in at No. 4 and had a brief stay at the wicket, scoring a cameo of 22 runs from 26 balls which included a four and a six. This might be a good sign for the team as the position of No. 4 is a much debated one.
3. Yuzvendra Chahal had a fine match with the ball. When the other bowlers were going for plenty, he controlled his line and length and finished with good figures of 3 for 41 off his quota of 10 overs.
He got the important wickets of Marlon Samuels and skipper Jason Holder, the two being the most experienced ones. Another interesting fact is that Chahal’s last 6 ODI wickets have either been bowled or LBW.