Brief scores: India 195/2 (Rohit Sharma 111*, Shikhar Dhawan 43, KL Rahul 26*; Fabian Allen 1/33) beat West Indies 124/9 (Darren Bravo 23, Keemo Paul 20; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 2/12, Jasprit Bumrah 2/20) by 71 runs
2nd T20, statistical highlights
- India recorded their second T20I win on home soil against the West Indies, and the fourth overall in 10 T20 Internationals, to seal the three-match T20I series.
- The Ekana International Cricket Stadium in Lucknow became India’s 52nd cricket venue, with a capacity crowd witnessing India record a comprehensive win over the two-time world champion.
- Rohit Sharma made his fourth T20I century, which now makes him the batsman with the most centuries in T20 International cricket, and also became the second-highest run-scorer in T20 International cricket. He made an unbeaten 61-ball 111 and took India to a formidable 195/2 after being asked to bat first by Carlos Brathwaite, his innings punctuated by eight fours and seven sixes.
- Rohit could do no wrong on the field too, taking three catches and setting the standard. Rohit recorded his 10th win in 11 T20Is as India’s T20 captain.