The West Indies thrashed India by 9 wickets and won the one-off T20I to conclude the limited series on a high at Sabina Park on Sunday.
New Delhi: The West Indies thrashed India by nine wickets and won the one-off T20I to conclude the limited-overs series on a high at Sabina Park on Sunday.
Windies opener Evin Lewis smashed unbeaten 125 runs off just 62 balls to take the hosts home comfortably with nine balls to spare.
Lewis joined Chris Gayle and Brendon McCullum to become the 3rd batsman to score more than one century in T20Is.
Lewis' knock was studded with six 4s and whopping 12 sixes. This is the third highest number of sixes in an innings in T20Is - Australia's Aaron Finch has the most with 14 struck in his 156.
India got off to a rollicking start courtesy of Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli but could not capitalise on it.
Dinesh Karthik, who played a perfect cameo, top-scored with 48 off 29 balls.
In response, the home team lost just one wicket of Chris Gayle to reach the target of 191.