India vs West Indies: Statistical highlights of India’s successful chase of 323

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli

Following a thumping win in the Test series, India will aim to inflict the same drubbing in the five-match ODI series against West Indies which begins on Sunday with the first ODI at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati.

Here Hindustan Times takes a look at some of the statistical highlights from India innings in which the team chased down 323. Kohli, who has now scored 36 ODI and 24 Test centuries, is the fifth cricketer to hit 60 worldwide tons.

Earlier, the 21-year-old Hetmyer, who led West Indies to their first Under-19 World Cup title in Bangladesh in 2016, put to sword an under strength Indian attack to raise his third ODI hundred. It seemed another routine affair for Kohli as he also got past the milestone of 2000 global runs in the calendar year. After Kohli was stumped off leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo, India's vice-captain took the side home in company of Ambati Rayudu (22). While he used brute force against the pace, Hetmyer also looked fluent against the spin duo of Yuzvendra Jadeja and Ravindra Jadeja before being dismissed by the latter after immediately betting the milestone-mark.

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Holder also played sensibly before getting out and towards the end, Bishoo and Roach forged a 44-run partnership for the ninth wicket to guide West Indies to a challenging total.

Powell bossed a second-wicket stand of 56 with Shai Hope (32) after the exit of Chandrapaul Hemraj (9), but Windies slipped to 114-4 once they were removed, with their dismissals sandwiching Marlon Samuels' duck.

On the other hand, West Indies will be looking to present more of a challenge after being humiliated 0-2 by India inside six days in the preceding two-match Test series.

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