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Remembering West Indies' last major series win

Jul 21, 2016: Against India in 2002, Hooper, Dillon, Chanderpaul and Co. gave their fans something to cheer about

Colin Benjamin

Fifth Test

West Indies v India

2003: At Kingston, May 18, 19, 20, 21, 22

West Indies seal series 2-1 with tremendous win at Jamaica

May 22, 2002: Despite overnight rain delaying the start of the final day's play, the result was a foregone conclusion

Anand Vasu

West Indies scent victory at the end of fourth day

May 21, 2002: At the end of the fourth day, the West Indies have all but won the final Test and sealed the series 2-1

Anand Vasu

West Indies reach dominant position

May 20, 2002: With two days of the Test to go, the West Indies are in a dominating position at Jamaica

Anand Vasu

West Indies still in charge

May 20, 2002: As the stumps shattered, the bails flew and the most feared batsman in the Indian team slapped his bat on the pitch in rage at his mistake, the 12 000 or so Jamaicans filling Sabina Park to near-capacity broke into cheering, whistle-blowing

Tony Cozier

India in trouble after Windies pacemen strike

May 19, 2002: The second day did not go well for India

Anand Vasu

Hinds gives India a break

May 19, 2002: A moment of unforgivable thoughtlessness slackened a tightening West Indies stranglehold late on the opening day of the fifth, decisive Cable & Wireless Test yesterday

Tony Cozier

West Indies stutter after strong start to final Test

May 18, 2002: The day began with joy, quickly turned into a nightmare, veered towards major disaster and then settled down to normalcy for India at the Sabina Park in Jamaica

Anand Vasu
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