West Indies have finally got some reason to smile and it is the captain who has who is responsible for it. Jason Holder’s first wicket of the day was his opposite number Virat Kohli. He then took the scalp of Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja, each wicket reducing India’s chances of winning the match. A target of 190 should have been child’s play for a team that are known to chase down 350-plus totals but West Indies turned the screws on the visitors and have earned a win, something that is getting rarer for the team.
India vs West Indies 4th ODI highlights: West Indies beat India by 11 runs, Jason Holder leads the way with five wickets
Playing XI for West Indies: Evan Lewis, Kyle Hope, Shai Hope, Jordan Mohammed, Roston Chase, R Powell, Jason Holder (c), Ashley Nurse, Devendra Bishoo, Alzarri Joseph, K Williams