India defeated West Indies by 7 wickets, owing to the two half-centuries by Rishabh Pant and Virat Kohli. Pant lifts it over the bowler’s end to finish things in a style. The wicketkeeper-batsman remains unbeaten on 65 to help India complete a clean sweep. Kohli contributed with his fifty while Deepak Chahar shone with the ball to help India win the last game of the three-match series by 7 wickets.
After Deepak Chahar’s three wickets shocked West Indies in the beginning, brillance with the bat by Kieron Pollard steadied the ship for the Caribbeans. He scored his first half-century in seven years, before Rovman Powell propelled West Indies to a respectable 146/6.