Hosts West Indies registered a jittery win against India in the second match of the three-nation ODI series. Chasing 229, Johnson Charles' 97 led the way. (AFP and AP images)
India were asked to bat earlier and suffered early setbacks with the wickets of Shikhar Dhawan (in pic) and Virat Kohli.
Darren Sammy is seen here celebrating one of his two wickets.
It was Rohit Sharma who played a crucial knock right up at the top and hit 60 runs to add stability to the innings.
Wickets though continued to tumble at the other end.
It was Suresh Raina's 44 off 55 that extended some much-needed support to the Indian innings towards the end.
India skipper MS Dhoni too tried to brave it out after what appeared as a hamstring pull.
Dhoni scored 27 off 35 which included a boundary before being dismissed by Tino Best (unseen).
In reply to India's 229, West Indies lost early wickets to Umesh Yadav.
The pacer is seen celebrating the wicket of Chris Gayle who scored 11 off 9.
It was Charles (left) and Darren Bravo (55) who struck a crucial partnership to almost take the game away from the Indians.
Ashwin's twin strikes were responsible for putting the home fans in a pensive mood but with a huge stockpile of deliveries left, the West Indian tail managed to hold on and the final pair hit the winning runs.