India smashed the Windies by nine wickets in the fifth and last One Day International (ODI) to secure the five-coordinate arrangement 3-1 in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday. Pursuing an insignificant aggregate of 105, India finished the run-pursue gracefully. Rohit Sharma drove the group from the front, scoring an unbeaten 63 off only 56 balls, wrapping up the match in 14.5 overs. Captain Virat Kohli gave capable help at the opposite end with his relentless 33-run thump.
Opener Shikhar Dhawan (6) was the main causality for the Indian group in the pursuit of a little target. Prior, in the primary innings, riding on a four-wicket pull from left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja, India packaged out the Windies for a negligible 104. The guests endured a horrendous batting breakdown as Jadeja tore through the Windies batting line-up in the last match of the arrangement. In the wake of winning the hurl, Windies skipper Jason Holder chose to bat yet the choice turned out badly for the group.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar struck in the first over of the match expelling Kieran Powell for nothing. Jasprit Bumrah, in the second over of the innings expelled Shai Hope (0) putting the guests under strain. Jadeja, at that point went ahead and secured wickets of Marlon Samuels (24) and Shimron Hetmyer (9) diminishing the Windies to 53 for four. Captain Jason Holder (25) attempted to relentless the Windies’ ship however Khaleel Ahmed and Kuldeep Yadav picked wickets at ordinary interims, not enabling the Windies to make a rebound in the match. Jadeja, at that point wrapped up the tail-enders packaging the Windies out in 31.5 overs.
For India, Jadeja was the most great bowler finishing with figures of 4-34. Jasprit Bumrah (2-11) and Khaleel Ahmed (2-29) grabbed two wickets each while Bhuvneshwar Kumar (1-11) and Kuldeep Yadav (1-18) packed away a wicket each.