Player of the Match
Player of the Match
, play 01:29
'We should give our bowlers some credit' - Holder

Jason Holder talks about his team's performance and believes that the bowlers did a good job against a 'quality batting side'

, play 01:01
'No need to tell Dhoni how to build an innings' - Kohli

Virat Kohli talks about MS Dhoni's ability to rotate strike and praises the wicketkeeper for his performances throughout the series in the Caribbean

, play 02:28
Plan was to play lesser dot balls - Kohli

Virat Kohli was pleased with his team's 'clinical' performance after India's win in the fifth ODI against West Indies in Kingston

, play 01:24
Kohli king of the chase as India win series

India captain Virat Kohli broke Sachin Tendulkar's record for most hundreds in ODI chases to help India seal an eight-wicket win over the West Indies at Kingston

, play 00:48
'Need the batsmen to come to the fore' - Holder

West Indies captain Jason Holder credits his bowlers for keeping the series alive and expects the batsmen to step up

, play 01:28
'I am a proper allrounder' - Pandya

India's Hardik Pandya on not wanting to be seen as one-dimensional and relishing the challenge when batsmen go after him

  • 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.