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             India - 3 | West Indies - 0. Under the leadership of Shikhar Dhawan, the Men in Blue have managed to clean sweep the West Indies in their backyard. Dhawan collects the trophy and the Indian players pose in front of the Champions banner. The first two ODIs were pretty competitive, but it was a truly dominating performance by India today. Their top three batters clicked once again, and the bowlers made sure to complement that with an impactful bowling display. The action now moves on to the shortest format as it's going to be a 5-match T20I series starting Friday. West Indies can be a completely different outfit in the shortest format, they have two T20 WCs after all. Will they be able to give a tough fight in those games? Only time will tell. For now, this is Nikhil signing off on behalf of Pradeep, Vineet and Mukesh. Goodbye and good night!
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             Shikhar Dhawan: I feel the boys are young, but they played maturely. The way they handled themselves on the field, really proud of them. Very good signs for us. I am quite pleased with my form, I have been playing this format since a long time. I was happy with the way I played that knock, in the first ODI. And even today, happy with my peformance. The way he scored those 98 runs, it was amazing to watch. The way all the boys responded, it was pretty amazing. We feel lucky to come here, we are thankful to the crowd. They make us more popular. I am proud of our bowling unit, they gave their hundred percent. The way Siraj took those two wickets, and the way Shardul and others bowled.
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             Shubman Gill: Was hoping to get a hundred, but that (rain) was not under my control. Was very disappointed how I got out in the first two ODIs. I tried to play according to the ball and let the instincts take over. I wanted only one more over, was hoping for that. The wicket played fantastically in all the three games. The ball was gripping a bit after 30 overs. Happy with my peformance.
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             Shubman Gill is the Player of the Match and the Player of the Series
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             Nicholas Pooran: It was a tough one for us. We did a lot of right things in the first two games. I think we tried up our best, the boys performed well. But there were a lot of games in a short span of time. As a batting group, it was going to be a challenge with DLS coming into play. We did get some partnerships, but not as many as we wanted, that cost us the game. There are a few inexperienced players, still figuring out how to play ODI cricket. Everyone has a good idea now, looking forward to the upcoming New Zealand series. We gained a lot in this series after coming from Guyana. The bowlers bowled well in the powerplay, they didn't get wickets, but that's fine. The guys are getting more confident with every game. Very excited with our T20 team, looking forward to the game on Friday. Hope that we come out and entertain the crowd.
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             Most consecutive bilateral ODI series wins against a team 12 Ind vs WI (2007-22) * 11 Pak vs Zim (1996-21) 10 Pak vs WI (1999-22) 9 SA vs Zim (1995-18) 9 Ind vs SL (2007-21) Most consecutive ODI defeats for WI 11 losses between Feb-Aug 2005 9 losses between Jun-Jul 2022 * 8 losses between Oct 1999 - Jan 2000 8 losses between Jul 2009 - Feb 2010 119 runs - biggest margin of win for India against WI in ODIs played in the Caribbean Islands
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             Defending a stiff total, Mohammad Siraj gave India the perfect start by getting Mayers and Brooks in his first over. West Indies could never recover after those two blows. King and Pooran tried to fight, but both of them got out in the 40s. India kept taking wickets at regular intervals and Chahal finished off the tail with a four-wicket haul. In addition to the the last three wickets, Chahal's four-fer also included Shai Hope's wicket. West Indies were never in the contest, and as a result of their disappointing performance they face their ninth successive defeat in ODIs. Stay around for the presentations..
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             17:37 Local Time, 21:37 GMT, 03:07 IST: A clinical performance by India in the rain curtailed match has helped them clinch a comfortable victory. They beat West Indies by 119 runs (DLS method) and take the series 3-0. Earlier in the day, the openers got India off to an excellent start as they had a partnership of 113. Dhawan departed before the first rain break, but Gill continued to motor along and had another pivotal partnership with Iyer thereafter. The match was reduced to 40-overs-a-side after the first rain break, but there was another rain interruption when Gill was 98*. The opener had a chance to notch up his maiden ODI century, but unfortunately rain played spoilsport. India's innings ended on 225/3 in 36 overs and the revised target for the West Indies was a challenging one of 257 in 35 overs.
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             WI: 137-10 after 26 overs
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             25.6 Chahal to Jayden Seales, out Caught by Shubman Gill!! Jayden Seales is the last man out! This is India's 12th consecutive ODI series win against the West Indies. Chahal finishes off with a four-wicket haul. A nicely tossed up delivery around middle and Jayden Seales goes down on his knee to play the sweep shot. A thick top edge is induced and Gill back pedals at short fine leg and completes the formalities. Jayden Seales c Shubman Gill b Chahal 0(4)
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             Chahal to Jayden Seales, THATS OUT!! Caught!!
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             25.5 Chahal to Jayden Seales, no run, looks to defend this one, but the ball clips his pads and lobs towards the on-side
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             25.4 Chahal to Jayden Seales, no run, appeal for an lbw, but the umpire isn't interested. Was a leg-break from round the wicket and Jayden Seales got beaten due to the spin. Struck on the pads, but there was an inside edge probably
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             25.3 Chahal to Jayden Seales, no run, tossed up delivery around middle and leg, Jayden Seales pushes it back to the bowler
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             Jayden Seales, left handed bat, comes to the crease
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             25.2 Chahal to Hayden Walsh, out Caught by Dhawan!! Catching practice for Dhawan at slip, his third catch of the innings - loopy leg-break wide of off, spun back into the left-hander who was caught in between driving and defending - ended up stabbing at that, gets a thick edge and Dhawan wouldn't have had a simpler chance. Hayden Walsh c Dhawan b Chahal 10(8) [4s-2]
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             Chahal to Hayden Walsh, THATS OUT!! Caught!!
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             25.1 Chahal to Holder, 1 run, flighted delivery on off, Holder makes room and pushes it square on the off-side for a single
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             WI: 136-8 after 25 overs
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             24.6 Thakur to Hayden Walsh, no run, Shardul keeps it full and just outside off, Walsh has a big swish and misses
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             24.5 Thakur to Holder, 1 run, on a good length and just outside off, eased in front of square on the off-side for a single
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             24.4 Thakur to Hayden Walsh, 1 run, fuller length delivery on off, driven to the right of mid-off for a quick single
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