India vs West Indies 2017, 5th ODI, highlights: Kohli, Karthik star in visitor's 8-wicket win; visitor's clinch series 3-1

West Indies Vs India Live Score (ODI)

Date: Thursday, 06 July 2017 Venue: Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica Match Status: Match Ended

India beat West Indies by 8 wickets

205/9
Overs
50.0
R/R
4.1
Fours
19
Sixes
3
Extras
7
206/2
Overs
36.5
R/R
5.64
Fours
23
Sixes
2
Extras
2
Jul, 06 2017 IST
  • So, that is all from us here at Firstpost tonight. We had fun bringing you the ODI series and we will be back for the T20I on Sunday. So will the big boys of Windies - Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard, Carlos Brathwaite and Sunil Narine  - That will be a mouthwatering contest. Windies are two time World T20 champs and they will come hard at India. Kohli and Co will not want to leave the Caribbean shores with a loss. Much to look forward to the Super Sunday clash at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica at 10:30 AM Local time and 9:00 PM IST. Till then it is goodbye from all of us.

  • Indian players to win Man of the Series awards in a bilateral ODI series in West Indies:
     
    Sourav Ganguly 
    MS Dhoni
    Rohit Sharma
    AJINKYA RAHANE*

  • Ajinkya Rahane is the Man of the Series for his 336 runs off 5 innings: Thank you. I really want to make it count, and even in the Champions Trophy I had been batting well in the nets. The wicket was slightly better here compared to the previous games. The ball was coming on nicely, and this was the best wicket to bat. I was just trying to enjoy my batting. ODI cricket is all about enjoying your batting and go at your own pace. Whenever I go onto bat, I always look to give my best and even in the future I want to enjoy myself.

  • Virat Kohli is the Man of the Match for his match winning 111: First and foremost, the aim was to win the series. Some special performance from the boys and special mention to Rahane who has been consistent throughout the series. Today was another clinical performance from us. For me it is all about the target. Two failures in the last 2 games, I never look at stats and numbers. I feel chase is more comfortable. Taking control of the situations. Dinesh was outstanding. Partnership helps, communication helps. If you carry a squad of 15-16 it is important to believe in them. As I mentioned Kuldeep was outstanding, Shami was playing after 2 years. Always been a batsmen who has played to the situation. Still love to finish the game and ya right now I am taking extra responsibility and something you learn. I am relishing the opportunity.

  • Most Man of the Match awards won in ODIs since Virat Kohli's ODI debut:
     
    23 - Tillakaratne Dilshan, VIRAT KOHLI*
    21 - AB de Villiers
    18 - Hashim Amla 
     

  • Most Man of the Match awards for India in ODIs:
     
    62 - Sachin Tendulkar 
    31 - Sourav Ganguly 
    27 - Yuvraj Singh
    23 - Vireder Sehwag, VIRAT KOHLI*
    20 - MS Dhoni 

  • Most times a player remained not out in chases while scoring a century:
     
    9 - VIRAT KOHLI*
    8 - Sachin Tendulkar 
    7 - Saeed Anwar 
     
     

  • Jason Holder, Windies captain: We got a very good start. Unfortunately Kyle Hope got out when we were building some momentum. I just hope that the guys learn quickly.  It's a relatively inexperienced side. I can only control what I can control. Probably will get better results as we go along. Thought the pitch was good enough, it was good enough for batting. We didn't capatalise on the starts. 

  • It was all class from Virat Kohli and Dinesh Karthik after Rahane's loss in the 19th over. The total of 205 was never going to be daunting for the Indians, but India did it with some authority today. They left the ghosts of the 4th ODI in Antigua, there itself. There was a daylight between the two sides before the start of the series, but it was shown by the Indian side today. Resounding performance, Windies lost it in their batting, they could not build one or two big partnerships and the game kept slipping away since.

  • Most centuries in successful chases in ODIs:
     
    16 - VIRAT KOHLI*
    14 - Sachin Tendulkar 
    9 - Tillakaratne Dilshan, Sanath Jayasuriya, Saeed Anwar

  • After 36.5 overs,India 206/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 111* , Dinesh Karthik 50*)

    India finish things off with 79 balls left in the game!  Karthik gets his well deserved half-century while Kohli remained the central figure to this win and ensuring there were no hiccups in India's chase. 

  • This is the first time India have won three consecutive bilateral ODI series' outside Asia against a team (excluding Zimbabwe).

  • Virat Kohli finishes in style with a six over long on. India win the match by 8 wickets and take the series 3-1.

  • FIFTY! Karthik brings up his fifty with the help of 5 boundaries and in 52 balls. He has played superbly for his half century, was busy from the outset and made light work with Kohli of Windies' 205.

  • Roston Chase comes on to bowl.

  • After 36 overs,India 197/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 104 , Dinesh Karthik 48)

    Kohli drives it long on to give Karthik the strike, who inches close to his milestone. He gets inside the line of the ball to pick 3 runs to deep square leg.

  • Most centuries for India against West Indies in ODIs:
     
    4 - VIRAT KOHLI*
    4 - Sachin Tendulkar 
    3 - Rahul Dravid 
    3 - Yuvraj Singh 
     
    Virat Kohli becomes the first Indian player to score two centuries in ODIs in West Indies. 
     

  • We get a first look of Rovman Powell, who comes into bowl with India needing just 15.

  • Most centuries for Indian captains in ODIs:
     
    11 - Sourav Ganguly 
    6 - MS Dhoni, Sachin Tendulkar, VIRAT KOHLI*
    4 - Mohammad Azharuddin 

  • Kohli races to his ton. Batting with tremendous intent to get his 28th ODI ton. 18 of them have come in a chase. What an innings. Real champion stuff. India win inevitable thanks to skipper's brilliant knock. Karthik too batting brilliantly in this match winning partnership.

  • After 35 overs,India 191/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 102 , Dinesh Karthik 44)

    After a couple of dots, Kohli gets an inside edge to deep square and Kohli hares for two, Karthik is slow to response, Chase from the deep throws it at the right end and karthik was struggling, but manages to just get in. Kohli lets out a roar after glancing it through the mid wicket. 

  • Most centuries while chasing in ODIs:
     
    18 - VIRAT KOHLI*
    17 - Sachin Tendulkar 
    11 - Tillakaratne Dilshan, Chris Gayle 

  • Most centuries in ODIs:
     
    49 - Sachin Tendulkar 
    30 - Ricky Ponting 
    28 - Sanath Jayasuriya, VIRAT KOHLI*

  • CENTURY! With a flick through the mid wicket, Kohli gets his 28th ODI ton! Sublime innings by Virat Kohli. Extremely balanced innings, came out with the right attitude. He was severe on the bad balls and gave due respect to the ones that were bowled it right areas. Corrected a few things in his batting, which didn't go according to the plan in the previous game. Sign of a great player, must have been bummed with the results in 4th ODI at Antigua, leaves it for no one here. Kohli gets his 18th Hundred while chasing, goes pass his idol, Sachin Tendulkar, and there is probably a decade of cricket left in the 28-year old Kohli. What a champion!

  • After 34 overs,India 184/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 95 , Dinesh Karthik 44)

    Karthik takes the single off the first ball, but after a firm push to the fielder, Kohli takes a single of the next ball with controlled pull shot off a ball that was going above hsi head. Kohli swirls in his crease to ensure he does not miscue it, great transformation from the last game. Shows how hungry he is to correct his mistakes. Karthik flicks it through the yawning mid wicket gap.

    Players break for a drink. Kohli to take strike in the over after drinks, 5 short off his hundred.

  • FOUR! Holder slants it across Karthik and Karthik leans and whips it through mid wicket. Brings up the 100-run partnership

  • After 33 overs,India 175/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 94 , Dinesh Karthik 37)

    Williams ties down Karthik. Satrts off with a yorker, which is well dug out. Karthik comes down the pitch a couple of time but is unsuccessful to get off strike. After 5 dots, Karthik takes a single to fine leg keeps strike. Ouch, that can frustrating for everyone waiting for ...well you know.

  • Can he get it in this over?

  • After 32 overs,India 174/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 94 , Dinesh Karthik 36)

    Kohli steers it past the point to third man for a single into the 90s now. Karthik tucks one around the corner to pick a single to fine leg. Kohli gets top off a short ball and rolls his wrists over it to pull through mid wicket. The slow outfield doesn't let it run away into the boundary. Holder follows it up with a bouncer and Kohli ducks under it. Kohlli is so eager to keep the strike and get to his 100 now, he just dropped it to point and took off for a single, but was sent back early by Karthik. 6 short off his 28th ODI century.

  • After 31 overs,India 170/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 91 , Dinesh Karthik 35)

    Kohli gets an inside edge as the ball cuts back a little, Shai Hope should have stopped that, but instead just gets a hand to it and Kohli picks up two more, moves to 84. Back of a length and Kohli stands tall and gets a couple. That was genuinely a super shot for two.  He follows it up with a stunning boundary through the gap of cover and mid off. Glorious!

  • Williams has been brought on.

  • After 30 overs,India 161/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 82 , Dinesh Karthik 35)

    Holder begins with a back of a length delivery. Holder slants one on Kohli's pads and he works it to deep fine leg. Holder troubles Karthik, who is looking get runs off every ball, Holder is willy enough to decive him with a slower bouncer. He gets a bottom edge which goes to the keeper and then there is a word of advice from the skipper, to not go after every ball. Holder has bowled well in his 6th over.

  • Holder comes back.

  • After 29 overs,India 160/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 81 , Dinesh Karthik 35)

    India 46 runs away now from taking this series! This has been sublime batting by Kohli and Karthik, West Indies aren't really pushing India here. This is all too easy. 

  • FOUR! Full toss and Kohli puts it away to mid wicket boundary with disdain. Wild full toss wide of off stump by Bishoo, gets it horribly wrong.

  • Most runs for India in ODIs in West Indies:
     
    559* - VIRAT KOHLI*
    555 - Yuvraj Singh 
    532 - MS Dhoni 

  • After 28 overs,India 153/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 75 , Dinesh Karthik 34)

    Two boundaries off the over. The two batsmen are chasing this down in a hurry. India are now on cruise control.

  • FOUR! Karthik slices it behind point this time! Super shot this! Worked out the angles really well and played the field to perfection. Karthik blazes into the 30s

  • Nurse goes round the wicket.

  • FOUR! Carved away into the cover boundary. Too full on middle, Kohli made some room to play it where he wanted! Brilliant batting.

  • After 27 overs,India 142/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 69 , Dinesh Karthik 29)

  • FOUR! Kesrick Williams at third man isn't able to stop the ball from going into the fence. Karthik cuts powerfully behind backward point.

  • After 26 overs,India 134/2 ( Virat Kohli (C) 68 , Dinesh Karthik 23)

    Kohli pushes down to long off for single, thinks of taking the second run, but Karthik denies it. Karthik gets two off the next ball as he cuts to the right of sweeper. Nurse pushes one through the air and Karthik stays in his crease and pushes it down to long on, though Nurse did attempt to sace a single. Kohli gets the boundary off the last ball.

  • Another 50-run partnership for India. Kohli and Karthik  are doing it in style. Taking just 43 balls for the milestone.  Both playing some wonderful strokes. Two consecutive partnerships have put India on the road to victory.

  • FOUR! Late cut and it is played fine, the ball runs off quickly to the third man boundary. Kohli shows he play the clever shot as he uses Nurse's pace to get four runs. He is delighted with the shot, punches after executing it.

India finish things off with 79 balls left in the game!  Karthik gets his well deserved half-century while Kohli remained the central figure to this win and ensuring there were no hiccups in India's chase.

Preview: Smarting from the defeat in the previous match, India will be eager for revenge and finish the series with a victory when they take on West Indies in their fifth and final One-Day International (ODI) on Thursday.

The visitors lost the fourth ODI by 11 runs in North Sound, Antigua after some extremely slow batting while chasing a low target of 190 runs.

India's Virat Kolhi and Windies Captain Jason Holder. AP

That defeat took some of the gloss off India's dominating performances in the previous matches of the series which they currently lead by 2-1. The opener of the five-match series was a washout falling victim to rain.

Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni racked up the dubious distinction of scoring the slowest half-century by an Indian batsman in more than a decade with a painstaking, snail-like innings of 54 runs which included a single boundary over 114 deliveries.

Known for his hard-hitting batting in the closing stages and his ability to chase down challenging targets, Dhoni will be eager to produce another trademark high tempo innings and redeem himself.

In-form opener Ajinkya Rahane was the only other Indian batsman who managed to stand up to the West Indies bowlers with a patient innings of 60 runs off 91 deliveries.

The rest of the Indian batsmen failed miserably. Seemingly cruising to a comfortable victory with 31 runs needed in the last five overs and five wickets in hand, India suffered a spectacular lower-order batting collapse.

The visitors lost their last five wickets in as many overs to be all out for 178 in reply to the West Indies total of 189/9.

The top-order batsmen did not cover themselves in glory either. India got off to a bad start as apart from Rahane, no other Indian top order batsmen managed to reach double- figures.

Opener Shikhar Dhawan, skipper Virat Kohli and Dinesh Karthik departed in quick succession to leave the visitors struggling at 47/3 in the 13th over.

In sharp contrast to the batsmen, the Indian bowlers have been consistent during this series.

Fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar did well in the second and third ODIs before being replaced by Bengal pacer Mohammed Shami in the fouth game. Although Shami did not bag any wickets, he was quite economical, giving away just 33 runs in his 10 overs.

Umesh Yadav and Hardik Pandya — the other pacers in the Indian arsenal — are also in good form.

They would need to produce another consistent performance in order to ensure that the Indians close off the series on a positive note.

The West Indies, meanwhile, will be in an upbeat mood. Thoroughly outplayed in the previous matches, the hosts have finally managed to find some reason to be cheerful.

West Indies skipper Jason Holder led from the front during the fourth ODI with a five-wicket haul and the hosts will be expecting him to deliver a similar performance.

Fellow pacer Alzarri Joseph has also done reasonably well during the series. He picked up two wickets in the second ODI but was a tad expensive which prompted the hosts to drop him from the third match.

However, he enjoyed a successful return to the playing XI in the last game with another two-wicket haul.

The West Indies, however, need to do better in the batting department.

Shai Hope is among the few West Indies batsmen who have shown some form with an 81-run innings during the second ODI. He has struggled a bit since then, but has the ability to post a significant innings once gets going.

West Indies openers Evin Lewis and Kyle Hope have been inconsistent and will surely be eager to post much better contributions in the fifth game.

Jason Mohammed, one of the key batsmen for the hosts in the middle-order, has also not been up to the mark, except for a 61-ball 40 in the third ODI.

With inputs from IANS


Rank Team Points Rating
1 India 3925 123
2 South Africa 3050 117
3 Australia 3087 100
4 England 3362 99
5 New Zealand 3114 97
Rank Team Points Rating
1 South Africa 5957 119
2 Australia 5505 117
3 India 4579 114
4 England 5645 113
5 New Zealand 5123 111
Rank Team Points Rating
1 New Zealand 1625 125
2 England 1962 123
3 Pakistan 2417 121
4 West Indies 2222 117
5 India 2183 115