Rohit Sharma once again failed to build on his start as he departed after scoring 46 off 78 balls as West Indies fought back with quick wickets in the middle overs. (Getty Images)
Tino Best bowled a hostile spell in the middle taking two wickets at the expense of 51 runs in his 10 overs. (Getty Images)
After being put into bat, Indian openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma clicked together for the first time in the series with 123-run stand before Dhawan departed for 69.
Indian captain Virat Kohli propelled the Indian total to 311 for 7 in 50 overs scoring 102 runs. (Getty Images)
Chasing 311 to win, West Indies were off to a bad start with Bhuvneshwar Kumar scalping Chris Gayle and Darren Bravo cheaply.Kumar finished with 3 for 29 in 8 overs. (Getty Images)
After a slight rain delay, the target was revised to 274 in 39 over and Ishant Sharma struck twice leaving Windies reeling. Ishant returned with figures of 2/30. (Getty Images)
Kemar Roach [in pic](34) and Sunil Narine (21) combined for the ninth wicket hitting some lusty blows scoring 58 runs between them. Johnson Charles top scored for the Windies with 45 as the hosts were all out for 171 in 34 overs.
Umesh Yadav too chipped in with three wickets at the end as India registered a thumping 102-run victory over West Indies to keep themselves alive in the series. (Getty Images)