February 28, 2015, 7:35 PM IST
Chris Gayle was run out off the third ball of the match for zero, but in his attempt to reach to safety with a desperate dive, the big Jamaican injured himself.
Johnson Charles launched a counter after losing Gayle, which put India off for a while.
Virat Kohli went from 80 to 86 with a six, which took him equal to Vivian Richards's record of quickest to 5000 ODI runs. Both have done it in 114 innings. (BCCI)
Darren Bravo held the innings together but couldn't go past 59, which cut short West Indies's recovery. (BCCI)
Jason Holder lifted West Indies spirits by dismissing Shikhar Dhawan early. (BCCI)
Virat Kohli took the steam out of West Indies bowlers as he came out blazing all guns at No. 3. (BCCI)
Raina took the steam out of West Indies middle order with his career-best spell of 34 for 3 in 10 overs. (BCCI)
Gayle had to be stretchered off the field as he was in a lot of pain after getting injured.
Rohit Sharma's knock of 72 in Kochi took him to the top of the list of highest ODI run-getters in 2013. (BCCI)
The second-wicket stand of 130 runs between Rohit and Kohli deflated the visitors. (BCCI)
Ravindra Jadeja pulled off a stunning return catch to end Charles's cameo of 42 off 34 balls.
Marlon Samuels was unfortunate to get bowled off part-timer Suresh Raina, whose ball kept low to go on to rattle the stumps.
India skipper MS Dhoni leading the team onto the field after West Indies opted to bat first.