Team India have arrived in West Indies as favourites to win the four-Test series. As such, the visitors would be extremely disappointed if they do not put up an impressive performance. Having said that West Indies
India went into the final match against Zimbabwe looking to complete a whitewash. But, more than a victory, which seemed like a mere formality, India would have been looking forward to putting up a comprehensive performance
Indian batsman Lokesh Rahul created history on a lazy Saturday, becoming the first Indian to hit a century on his one day debut. Rahul hit and six and finished up on exactly 100 from 115 balls as India beat Zimbabwe by nine wickets in the first ODI
In spite of resting a few big names, India still went into the series against Zimbabwe as favourites. And, if the first ODI at Harare is anything to go by, the Zimbabweans will be in for a tough time for the rest of the games as well.
Lokesh Rahul notched up his second Test century in his short career while skipper Virat Kohli and under-pressure Rohit Sharma hit half-centuries as India recovered from a disastrous start to post a healthy 319 for 5 at stumps on day one