• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    8.2 what a tame dismissal. Looking to hit this length ball over mid-off but there's no power behind that whatsoever. Got it off the top part of the bat as it lobbed to Kohli. As easy as they come. Lewis has wasted an opportunity on a batting belter. 39/1
    15.5 picks out Dhawan at midwicket. This wasn't all that short, he'd premeditated the pull, went through with it off the frontfoot and hit it straight into the hands of him there. Start wasted. Not the kind of delivery that deserved a wicket but Umesh will take it. 76/2
    41.4 this is outstanding from Rahane. Catch of the series. He took on the length ball to pull, skewed it high in the air towards deep midwicket. Rahane, at deep square, was coming in. He called for it, came in and realised the ball was swirling away, but kept his eyes on the ball and dived full-length to his left to pluck that just before it touched the ground. Terrific 168/6
    15.6 and he's gone first ball! Unless his review overturns Leslie Reifer's on-field verdict. Full and straight right up, with a little bit of late inswing. He plays across the line, around his front pad. Ball is full enough to sneak under his bat. Impact around middle and leg, and he barely took a stride forward, so it's no surprise that ball-tracking says it's crashing into a good chunk of leg stump 76/3
    30.3 gone! Kedar Jadhav keeps getting wickets with utter filth, because sometimes utter filth is utterly difficult to combat. This is a shortish ball, not a long-hop, just short enough to provoke the batsman to rock back and look to slap it away into the covers. But it's on off stump, it doesn't give him that much room, and it sticks on the pitch a little. Result, a dolly of a return catch, slapped straight back at waist height 115/4
    39.5 muscles this to Dhawan, who takes an excellent catch running to his left at long-on. This was travelling but he anticipated it and moved quickly to make it look ridiculously easy. Holder overambitious on that occasion and has paid the price for it. 163/5
    49.4 Pure pace. This is the short ball angling into the body, he looks to pull but the ball gets big on him and gloves it down leg to Dhoni. Handy knock 205/9
    43.3 another soft dismissal. Chipped straight to short midwicket. The delivery slanted back in from wide of the crease, he looked to go over mid-on perhaps and got a thick inside edge. Shami has looked in excellent rhythm all day 171/7
    46.6 backs away to try and ramp this over Dhoni's head but this didn't bounce as much as it should have, ends up feathering an edge to Dhoni 182/8
    not out
    3
    5
    0
    0
    60.00
    not out
    0
    2
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    7 (lb 1, w 6)
    TOTAL
    205/9 (50 Overs, RR: 4.10)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    Mohammed Shami10.004844.80335100
    UT Yadav10.015335.30407130
    HH Pandya6.002714.50252120
    RA Jadeja10.012702.70402000
    Kuldeep Yadav10.003603.60342000
    KM Jadhav4.001313.25151010
    Fall of wickets:1-39 (E Lewis, 8.2 ov), 2-76 (KA Hope, 15.5 ov), 3-76 (RL Chase, 15.6 ov), 4-115 (JN Mohammed, 30.3 ov), 5-163 (JO Holder, 39.5 ov), 6-168 (SD Hope, 41.4 ov), 7-171 (AR Nurse, 43.3 ov), 8-182 (D Bishoo, 46.6 ov), 9-205 (R Powell, 49.4 ov)
  • BATSMEN
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    18.5 plumb in front. He's played all around a straight one. For a moment, he was pondering a review but Kohli told him in no uncertain terms that the ball would've crashed into the stumps. This was angled in full from wide of the crease, Rahane was better off playing straight. Instead looked to work it wide of midwicket. Error in judgment. 84/2
    0.6 gone! That's well bowled by Joseph, fullish outside off, but well short of driving length. Dhawan doesn't go for the full-blooded on-the-up drive. He holds himself back, perhaps realising too late that he's not to the pitch of the ball, and checks his shot, and only succeeds in spooning a simple catch to short cover 5/1
    not out
    111
    115
    12
    2
    96.52
    not out
    50
    52
    5
    0
    96.15
    Extras
    2 (b 1, w 1)
    TOTAL
    206/2 (36.5 Overs, RR: 5.59)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    AS Joseph7.003915.57236000
    JO Holder8.013504.37304010
    D Bishoo8.004215.25244100
    KOK Williams8.004005.00264000
    AR Nurse4.003408.5075000
    R Powell1.00606.0020000
    RL Chase0.509010.8010100
    Fall of wickets:1-5 (S Dhawan, 0.6 ov), 2-84 (AM Rahane, 18.5 ov)

Match Notes

  • Holder rues poor shot selection

    West Indies captain Jason Holder was critical of his batsmen after they squandered starts in the fifth ODI in Kingston

  • A 'complete package' from Kohli

    Virat Kohli had struggled against the short ball on slow West Indian pitches, but with the series up for grabs, he overcame them to make an unbeaten 111

  • WATCH - Jadhav brings out his tricks

    Watch: The moments of play that made the Kingston ODI

  • Kohli, spinners seal 3-1 series win

    Normal service resumed in the West Indies as the hosts' batsmen failed again - this time on a much better batting surface - and India chased 206 down with relative ease to seal the series 3-1

  • A series showdown at Sabina Park

    Sabina Park might possibly provide the best batting pitches in the Caribbean, but it has not been the luckiest ground for India. Can the ninth-ranked West Indies pull off a grand upset?

Kohli surpasses Tendulkar

18

No. of 100s for Kohli in ODIs when chasing, the most among all going past Tendulkar's 17. Kohli has got there in only 102 inns compared to Tendulkar's 232.

Second-highest

336

Runs scored by Rahane in this series - the second-most by an India opener in a 5-match bilateral ODI series. Rohit Sharma had made 441 runs in Australia in 2015-16.

Lacking boundaries at death

3

No. of boundaries hit by West Indies in the last 10 overs (41st to 50th) in this series batting 138 balls. They have scored just 87 runs at RR 3.78 in death overs.

West Indies' only hope

2

Number of 50-plus scores by West Indies batsmen in this series - both by Shai Hope.

Attacking start

49

Runs scored by West Indies in the first 10 overs today - their highest powerplay score in this series and joint 3rd-highest in 12 innings this year.

Good record in Kingston

13-2

WI's win-loss record in the last 15 ODIs in Kingston since 2006. The win-loss ratio is their best in at any home venue in this period. But, the 2 defeats were both v Ind.