2nd ODI: Mohammed Shami's Four Wickets Help India Level Series
Mohammed Shami took 4 for 36 to guide India to a 48-run win against West Indies in Delhi.
Mohammed Shami took 4 for 36 to guide India to a 48-run win against West Indies in Delhi. (BCCI Images)
India suffered an early blow as Dhawan departed for one run.
Both openers fell cheaply and West Indies looked set to prove that their win in the first ODI was not a fluke.
Kohli came back into form and made a solid 62.
Raina powered his way to a fifty and India were on the road to recovery.
Kohli's innings was one of fluency and calmness as he went about his job in a clinical manner.
Kohli and Raina added 105 runs for the fourth wicket and Dhoni's 51 not out powered India to 263/7.
Dwayne Smith hit 97 as West Indies threatened to make a match of it.
The Indian bowlers began to chip away at the wickets and a batting collapse followed.
Shami was in good touch as he scalped four including that of Smith.
Mishra was spinning it hard and the visitors had no clue.
Jadeja took three wickets as the end neared.
8 wickets fell for 45 runs as West Indies collapsed for 170/2 to 215 all out.