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India Vs West Indies 5th ODI: India beat Windies by 9 wickets, Clinch Series 3-1

Updated: November 1, 2018, 7:15 PM IST
 Members of the Indian cricket team celebrate with the winners' trophy after their win over West Indies in their fifth and last one-day international in Thiruvananthapuram. India won the match by nine wickets. (AP Photo)
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Members of the Indian cricket team celebrate with the winners' trophy after their win over West Indies in their fifth and last one-day international in Thiruvananthapuram. India won the match by nine wickets. (AP Photo)

 India won the final one-day international against the West Indies by nine wickets and took the five-match series 3-1. India played brilliantly in their last match as both bowlers and batsmen did their best job. (Image: PTI)
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India won the final one-day international against the West Indies by nine wickets and took the five-match series 3-1. India played brilliantly in their last match as both bowlers and batsmen did their best job. (Image: PTI)

 After bowling out the West Indies for 104, India made 105-1 in 15 overs to record its second biggest win in terms of balls to spare, 211. The biggest was by 231 deliveries against Kenya in 2001. (Image: PTI)
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After bowling out the West Indies for 104, India made 105-1 in 15 overs to record its second biggest win in terms of balls to spare, 211. The biggest was by 231 deliveries against Kenya in 2001. (Image: PTI)

 Such was India's dominance that the game was over in a total of 46.4 overs, the shortest completed ODI featuring India. The previous spanned 48.1 overs against New Zealand in 2010. (Image: PTI)
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Such was India's dominance that the game was over in a total of 46.4 overs, the shortest completed ODI featuring India. The previous spanned 48.1 overs against New Zealand in 2010. (Image: PTI)

 Rohit Sharma, 63 not out, and Kohli, 33 not out, made good on their stupendous form through this series, grinding out the visitors' bowling attack with a 99-run partnership for the second wicket off 78 balls. (Image: PTI). (Image: PTI)
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Rohit Sharma, 63 not out, and Kohli, 33 not out, made good on their stupendous form through this series, grinding out the visitors' bowling attack with a 99-run partnership for the second wicket off 78 balls. (Image: PTI). (Image: PTI)

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RankTeamPointsRating
1 India 4397 116
2 South Africa 3712 106
3 England 4722 105
4 New Zealand 2354 102
5 Australia 3663 102
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