The Road Safety World Series makes us watch the amazing performance of our favourite stars once again and in the first semi-final of the tournament made it an unforgettable day for the fans, as we witnessed an amazing performance by both the Indian as well as West Indies Legends. The master blaster once again showcased a real class in the middle and scored yet another fifty in the tournament. The sensational left-hand batsman of the Indian team Yuvraj Singh smashed 4 sixes in a row and it created nostalgic moments. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the match between Indian Legends vs West Indies Legends in the first semi-final of the tournament.
West Indies Legends won the toss and elected to field first and the batting lineup of Indian Legends utilized this opportunity as the players smashed heavily across the ground.
The opening pair which is the dream pair for many generations, Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar came out in the middle and started scoring heavily from the very early stage of the game. Sehwag scored 35 runs from just 17 deliveries and includes 5 fours and 1 six. Mohammad Kaif played in the third position in the match and he scored 27 and provided good support to the captain Sachin Tendulkar.
Yusuf Pathan and Yuvraj Singh showcased real fireworks on the ground as they scored 37 and 49 from 20 balls and Yuvraj Singh smashed 4 sixes in a row which was really exciting.
God Never Retires
The innings of the captain Sachin Tendulkar was just remarkable, as he scored 65 runs, and it’s yet another 50 of the legendary batsman in the tournament. He smashed 6 fours and 3 sixes in his innings and it was the real class performance by the little master.
In the reply, West Indies Legends also showcased an amazing performance and it was a close encounter. The batting unit of West Indies scored heavily and the opener Dwayne Smith scored 63 from 36 balls while Narsingh Deonarine remained run out and smashed 59 and the captain Brian Lara scored 46 from just 28 balls.
But the batting unit of West Indies Legends couldn’t finish the game with smiling faces, as the Indian Legends registered a thrilling 12 runs victory and entered into the final of the tournament.