Silencing the Wankhede: Kohli's masterclass goes in vain as Simmons emerges hero for West Indies


The West Indians celebrate after pulling off a seven-wicket win over India to book a spot in the final of the World T20 against England. AP


Ajinkya Rahane (right) was impressive with the bat in his first game of the World T20, scoring 40 off 35 balls. AP


West Indian players celebrate the fall of Rohit Sharma's wicket, with India recording their first casualty after putting up a 62-run opening stand. AP


Virat Kohli dives to complete a run during his unbeaten innings of 89 off 47 balls. AP


Virat Kohli (left) and Ajinkya Rahane run between the wickets during their 66-run second-wicket stand. AP


Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar (third from left) watches the India-West Indies semi-final along with a host of well-known personalities. AP


Virat Kohli waves his bat to the crowd after finishing unbeaten on 89, with India reaching a score of 192 for two at the end of 20 overs. AP


Jasprit Bumrah (left) celebrates after rattling the off-stump of West Indian opener Chris Gayle out for 5. AP


Lendl Simmons (right) plays a shot during his match-winning knock of 82 off 51 balls. AP


Virat Kohli celebrates after taking the wicket of Johnson Charles (left), who was dismissed for 52. AP

Updated Date: Apr 01, 2016 13:31 PM

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