A late cameo by Axar Patel where he knocked an unbeaten 20 runs off 8 balls powered India to another important T20I series triumph. Earlier Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant also laid a solid foundation with their 33 off 16 balls and 44 off 31 balls respectively.
Sharma’s unbeaten record as a captain in bilateral T20Is is still alive as they now enjoy a 3-1 unassailable lead in the five-match series which will continue on Sunday. Indian team scored 192 runs on a very difficult field and later kept West Indies in control as well to have them fold early at just 132 in the run chase. Brandon King and Kyle Mayers who scored just 13 and 14 runs, started off well taking Bhuvneshwar Kumar on a ride with three boundaries in the first over, but could not contribute much as West Indies team was not ready to face Avesh Khan, Axar Patel, and Kumar and their fine spells