West Indies defended 189 runs against India by 11 runs as
captain Jason Holder took maiden 5-wicket haul in the fourth One Day
International (ODIs) at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua. With this win
West Indies are 2-1 down.
Indian innings was destroyed as Holder finished his bowling
spell of 9.4 over conceding just 27 runs with two maiden overs.
Chasing a target of 190 runs India could only make 178 runs in
49.4 overs losing their all wickets in spite of half century from Ajinkya
Rahane and former captain and wicket keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
For India Rahane made 60 from 91 balls with seven boundaries
while Dhoni contributed 54 runs from 114 balls with just one boundary. In ODIs this is
Dhoni’s personal slowest fifty and also for team India.
Earlier West Indies could make 189 runs losing their nine
wickets in 50 overs after choosing to bats wining toss. For West Indies openers
both Evin Lewis and Kyle Hope were the highest run scorer with 35 runs each.
The fifth and final ODI against West Indies and India will
be played at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica on July 6.