West Indies batsmen dominate the shortest format of cricket. There is complete truth in this matter. The perfect example of this was seen in the T10 league being played in Abu Dhabi where Nicholas Pooran of West Indies scored bumper runs while batting fast.

Where this West Indies batsman contributed to his team's victory, on one hand, he has given a befitting reply to his old IPL team Sunrisers Hyderabad. This batsman's bat has seen a rain of fours and sixes in the T10 league being played in Abu Dhabi where India's left-handed batsman Suresh Raina has been a complete flop.

Let us tell you that a match in Abu Dhabi T10 League was played between Abu Dhabi and Deccan Gladiators. Where the team of Deccan Gladiators, captained by Nicholas Pooran, batting first, scored 134 runs on the scoreboard after losing six wickets in 10 overs. Deccan Gladiators managed to reach this score thanks to the captaincy innings of Nicholas Puran.

Suresh Raina flopped, and Nicolas saved the shame

In this match, Captain Nicholas Pooran batted furiously by standing alone at one end and on the other side, the players kept returning to the pavilion. India's Suresh Raina made his debut in the Abu Dhabi T10 League in this match.

However, in the first match of So, he returned to the pavilion without opening the account on just 2 balls. While Nicholas Pooran of the West Indies left no stone unturned to destroy the bowlers of the opposition team and single-handedly played an important role in helping his team win.

Caribbean batsman rained fours and sixes, played captaincy innings

In this match, Caribbean player Nicholas Pooran scored an unbeaten 77 off 30 balls while performing with a bang. During this inning, he scored runs at a strike rate of over 233. During his half-century innings, 8 sixes and 5 fours were also seen.

Suresh Raina's team got a great win

Significantly, in this match, the team of Deccan Gladiators had set a target of 135 runs to win against Team Abu Dhabi.

But chasing the target, Team Abu Dhabi was able to put only 99 runs on the scoreboard after losing six wickets in the stipulated 10 overs. In such a situation, he had to lose the match by 35 runs at the hands of Suresh Raina's team Deccan Gladiators.