India won the second ODI against West Indies by a margin of 105 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match ODI series here at the Queen’s Park Oval.
The first match on Friday was abandoned due to rain.
The second ODI was also affected due to heavy rains and the match was reduced to 43 overs a side.
A century partnership for the opening wicket between Ajinkya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan and 87 from skipper Virat Kohli helped India put on a massive 310 for five. The 105-run margin gave the visitors their biggest win in the Caribbean.
Dhawan and Rahane notched 114 for the first wicket in 18.2 overs, following the 132 they put on during the first match.
Rahane completed his third ODI century in the 34th over though he was dismissed soonafter.
Kuldeep Yadav took three wickets, Bhuvneshwar Kumar two and R. Ashwin one and the WI team score was relegated to 205/6 making India by a record margin.
Rahane was announced to be the Man of the Match for his brilliant knock of 103 off 104 balls.
The third ODI will be played on Friday, June 30 at Antigua’s Sir Vivian Richards stadium.