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India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

West Indies were all out for 104, India chased the target in 14.5 overs

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Mighty India defeated a feeble West Indies in the 5th One-Day International and clinched the 5-macth series 3-1. Batting first, West Indies could only manage 104 runs as Indian bowlers charged right fromm the start. India took just 14.5 overs to reach the target, courtesy an unbeaten 99-run stand between Rohit Sharma (62 off 54) and captain Virat Kohli (33 off 29). West Indies captain Jason Holder won the toss and decided to bat first, it was the only thing that went in his team's favour today rest, it was all India-dominated show, first with the ball and then with the ...

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India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

CHAMPIONS #TeamIndia clinch the series 3-1 #INDvWI pic.twitter.com/1ZKZaUpRpF — BCCI (@BCCI) November 1, 2018

India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

Virat - To contribute as a captain is an added bonus. It won't happy every time, but when it's going, I want to make the most of it. #INDvWI — BCCI (@BCCI) November 1, 2018

India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

Virat - I thought @ImRo45 was outstanding in the series #INDvWI — BCCI (@BCCI) November 1, 2018

India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

Virat - It was a clinical performance. The credit has to go to the bowling unit. When you play like that, everyone's happy and everyone's delighted. Khaleel has been outstanding and Rayudu has taken responsibility. #INDvWI — BCCI (@BCCI) November 1, 2018

India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

And, it's a wrap.#TeamIndia win the 5th @Paytm ODI by 9 wickets.#INDvWI pic.twitter.com/uzYnO90u1K — BCCI (@BCCI) November 1, 2018

India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

Over 15: Bishoo to Rohit, single, FOUR!! Kohli cuts the ball to third man for four, 2 runs needed now, single comes and Rohit on strike, single and it's all over. INDIA WIN THE 5TH ODI AND CLINCH SERIES 3-1!!

India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

Over 14: Allen to Rohit, pull shot but a single only, Kohli picks one, single follows, Kohli takes one, Rohit takes one off the last ball. IND 98/1

India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

Over 13: Bishoo to Rohit, single, leading edge bur Kohil takes one, another SIX!! Rohit goes big!! Single off the next. IND 93/1

India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

Over 12: Paul to Rohit, FOUR!! towards deep square leg, another four as the leading edge goes towards third man, single comes off the next, single comes off the next, SIX!! straight dow the ground by Rohit, single off the last ball 50 runs for Rohit.

India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

Over 11: Holder to Rohit, short ball and Rohit picks it for four to deep square leg, SIX!!! straight to deep mid-wicket, 2 off the next ball, single off the next, Kohli picks one, Rohit takes one off the last ball. IND 67/1

India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

Over 10: Paul to Rohit, single off the second, four by Kohli straight down the ground.IND 52/1

First Published: Thu, November 01 2018. 11:11 IST

India vs West Indies 5th ODI: India win by 9 wickets, clinch ODI series 3-1

West Indies were all out for 104, India chased the target in 14.5 overs

Mighty India defeated a feeble West Indies in the 5th One-Day International and clinched the 5-macth series 3-1. Batting first, West Indies could only manage 104 runs as Indian bowlers charged right fromm the start. India took just 14.5 overs to reach the target, courtesy an unbeaten 99-run stand between Rohit Sharma (62 off 54) and captain Virat Kohli (33 off 29). West Indies captain Jason Holder won the toss and decided to bat first, it was the only thing that went in his team's favour today rest, it was all India-dominated show, first with the ball and then with the ...

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