India beat West Indies by 4 wickets
India through to World Cup quarter-finals
West Indies 182 hard and fast; Shami 3-35
India 185-6; Dhoni 45 not out
A superlative knocking down some pins execution helped India beat the West Indies by four wickets in a World Cup Pool B experience at the WACA here on Friday. They enlisted their fourth straight triumph and fit the bill for the quarterfinals.
Captain Jason Holder (57) pursued a solitary fight as the West Indies were knocked down some pins out for 182 in 44.2 overs. Amid the pursuit, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (not out 45), Virat Kohli (33) and Ashwin (16) helped the guarding champions act unbecomingly with four wickets and 10.5 overs to extra.