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India in West Indies Cricket Series Jun-Jul 2011
5th One Day Cricket International India vs West Indies, Kingston
West Indies win final ODI [IND-WIN:3-2 (5/5)]
June 16, 2011Darren Bravo hit a swashbuckling 86 to help West Indies to a seven-wicket win over India in the final match of the one-day international series. Virat Kohli struck 10 fours in his 94 as India were bowled out for 251 after being asked to bat in Kingston. The Windies needed 98 from the final 12 overs before left-hander Bravo hit six sixes and though he fell with 39 needed they got home with eight balls left. It was a second successive win for West Indies but India took the series 3-2.
Fifth one-day international, Kingston: West Indies 255 for 3 (Bravo 86, Sarwan 75* retd) beat India 251 (Kohli 94, Rohit 57, Russell 4-35) by seven wickets
4th One Day Cricket International India vs West Indies, Antigua
West Indies thrash India by 103 runs to win in Antigua [IND-WIN:3-1 (4/5)]
June 13, 2011Anthony Martin took 4-35 and Andre Russell 3-16 as India slumped from 110-4 to 146 all out in just 39 overs to give West Indies their first victory in the current series.
Rohit Sharma provided some resistance with a breezy 39 from 47 balls before his innings came to an end when he holed out to Darren Bravo off the bowling of Martin.
Fourth one-day international, Antigua: West Indies 249 for 8 (Pollard 70, Simmons 67, Baugh 39, Praveen 3-37) beat India 146 (Martin 4-36, Russell 3-16) by 103 runs
3rd One Day Cricket International India vs West Indies, Antigua
Rohit Sharma guides India to series win over West Indies [IND-WIN:3-0 (3/5)]
June 11, 2011India sealed a one-day international series win over the West Indies courtesy of a brilliant 86 not out from Rohit Sharma, overhauling West Indies' total of 225-8. India collapsed to 92-6 before an 88-run stand between Sharma and Harbhajan Singh (41) guided them to safety. Andre Russell's 92 was the highlight of the day, striking eight fours and five sixes from only 64 deliveries.
Third one-day international, Antigua: India 228 for 7 (Rohit 86*, Harbhajan 41) beat West Indies 225 for 8 (Russell 92*, Simmons 45, Mishra 3-28, Munaf 3-60) by three wickets
2nd One Day Cricket International India vs West Indies, Trinidad
India beat Windies by seven wickets on Duckworth-Lewis method [IND-WIN:2-0 (2/5)]
June 8, 2011Windies made a promising start but Amit Mishra took 4-31 as India restricted them to 240-9 off 50 overs in the second ODI. Virat Kohli top scored with 81 as India coasted home with 20 runs to spare after rain intervened to leave them a revised target of 183 off 37 overs.
Second one-day international, Port of Spain: India 183 for 3 (Kohli 81, Parthiv 56) beat West Indies 240 for 9 (Sarwan 56, Simmons 53, Mishra 4-31) by seven wickets (Duckworth-Lewis method)
1st One Day Cricket International India vs West Indies, Trinidad
Sharma guides India to easy win over Windies [IND-WIN:1-0 (1/5)]
June 6, 2011Rohit Sharma hit an unbeaten 68 to steer India to a comfortable win over West Indies in their opening one-day international in Trinidad. World champions India were reduced to 104-4 in reply but Sharma and Suresh Raina put on 80 for the fifth wicket.Earlier, West Indies won the toss and elected to bat, but were limited to 214-9 despite Ramnaresh Sarwan and Marlon Samuels both scoring half centuries.
First one-day international, Port of Spain: India 217 for 6 (Rohit 68*, Dhawan 51) beat West Indies 214 for 9 (Sarwan 56, Samuels 55, Harbhajan 3-32) by four wickets
Suresh Raina to lead India in West Indies one-dayers
Gambhir, Yuvraj ruled out of Twenty20, ODI series
May 28, 2011Batsman Suresh Raina will captain India in the one-day leg of their forthcoming tour of the West Indies. The Indian board had already opted to rest regular skipper Mahendra Dhoni from the one-dayers. The tour to West Indies is turning out to be a tour of the fittest who survived the rigorous of World Cup and Indian Premier League as two more star players were ruled out yesterday as Indian selectors announced the Test squad for the tour. Gautam Gambhir, who was appointed as the new captain for the Twenty20 and One-dayers, is suffering from a shoulder injury and Yuvraj Singh has been diagnosed having an upper respiratory infection with a small patch of pneumonitis in the left lung. Meanwhile, legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar, already rested for the one-dayers, has opted out of the Tests.