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    In pics: Rewind to India's 2002 ODI series win in the West Indies

    • Under Sourav Ganguly in the summer of 2002, India won their first ODI series in the West Indies by a 2-1 margin. (AFP)

    • The first two matches of the series were washed out without a ball being bowled. Here, Harbhajan Singh looks at the flooded Sabina Park in Kingston before the second ODI was abandoned. (AFP)

    • India won the third ODI at Kensington Oval by seven wickets, with Dinesh Mongia top-scoring with 74 as a target of 187 was easily achieved. (AFP)

    • On debut, Kerala fast bowler Tinu Yohannan took 3 for 33 to help India bowl the hosts out for 186 in 44.5 overs. (AFP)

    • Virender Sehwag, still finding his way in international cricket, picked up two wickets with the ball. (AFP)

    • Chasing 124, West Indies won by seven wickets in the 23rd over to level the series at 1-1 with one to play. (AFP)

    • Skipper Sourav Ganguly made 56 off 80 balls to help India get off to a solid start in the decider at Port of Spain on June 2002. (AFP)

    • Sachin Tendulkar top-scored with 65 off 70 balls in India's total of 260 in 50 overs. He hit three fours and a six. (AFP)

    • Ajit Agarkar grabbed 3 for 33 as India bowled out West Indies for 191 in 36.2 overs, thus winning by 56 runs (D/L method). (AFP)

    • West Indies hit back in the second ODI at Port of Spain, with pacer Corey Colleymore taking three wickets as India were bowled out for just 123 in 25 overs. (AFP)