Team India took an unassailable 3-1 lead in the series of five T20Is after defeating hosts West Indies by 59 runs in the fourth T20I. West Indies captain Nicholas Pooran has been in pain after the loss.

An attempt was made to change the course of the match but had to return to the pavilion after being run out.

In the fourth T20, captain Nicholas Pooran played an explosive inning and tried to turn the match in the hosts' court. He played an innings of 24 runs in 8 balls in this match. However, Nicholas Pooran was run out and returned to the pavilion.

He was run out by Sanju Samson. India's bowlers did not give the West Indies team a chance to recover by taking one wicket after the other in this match. In such a situation, the captain of the team, Nicholas Pooran has given a big reaction to the team's defeat after the match.

The partnership could not be done between players!

Speaking during the post-match presentation, West Indies cricket team captain Nicholls and others said after suffering a 1-run defeat in the fourth T20I at the hands of India, "We know they started well, but the way our players played I was happy that we came back. Unfortunately, we didn't get a partnership, it was a par score. Not ideal for getting run out, but it changed the game. There was some miscommunication. But others could have raised their hands and put us in line."

Caribbean captain wants to win the last match

After losing the fourth match of the series by a huge margin, West Indies cricket team captain Nicholas Poorna has warned the Indian team that the hosts will go to the field with the intention of winning in the last T20 match.

He said, “Akeel was brilliant with the ball. Others also need to find their own rhythm and find the game. But having said this, congratulations to India. As a unit, we want to win the match and tomorrow is our chance to take it. It gives other people a chance to come in. It's about building that World Cup and finding that balance."

It is worth mentioning that on the other hand, Indian captain Rohit Sharma while talking about the batsmen of his team during the post-match presentation, said that the batsmen did a great job and the bowlers of the team also took wickets according to the need. Due to this the West Indies team could not easily move toward the target. Axar Patel has also done a great job for India in the fourth T20 match.