- Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad
Player of the match
Commentator: Karthik Krishnaswamy
Virat Kohli thinks Kuldeep Yadav's ability to turn the ball both ways while bowling cross seam makes all the difference
Key highlights from the second ODI between West Indies and India
Rain is expected again in the afternoon in Port-of-Spain where India would want to assess the strength of the batsmen they employ at No. 4 and below
Ajinkya Rahane's third ODI century and Kuldeep Yadav's 3 for 50 helped India thrash West Indies by 105 runs in the second ODI in Port of Spain and take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series
No. of larger victories for India against West Indies, than the 105-run triumph in this game. Both those big wins were in India.
The highest successful chase at Queen's Park, by WI v Pak in 1988. WI's highest chase is 309 v Pak earlier this year.
No. of centuries by India openers in West Indies - 105 by Dravid in Kingston in 2006 and 103 by Rahane today.
No. of consecutive 50+ partnerships between Dhawan and Rahane, including today. They have 12 50+ partnerships in 20 innings and average over 75 as a pair.
All the last 3 International games at played at Queen's Park Oval between months of June and August have been interrupted by rain.