Live Score- India vs West Indies, 5th ODI: Manoj Tiwary scores maiden ton as India reach 267

India batsman Manoj Tiwary celebrates his maiden ton during the fifth ODI against the West Indies at Chennai AFP

By CricketCountry Staff

Chennai: Dec 11, 2011

Riding on a classy maiden ton by Manoj Tiwary, India reached 267 for six in the fifth and the final ODI at the Chidambaram Stadium on Sunday.

Tiwary scored 104 which included 10 fours and a six, before retiring hurt due to cramps.

Virat Kohli was other top scorer for India with 80.

Tiwary joined captain Gautam Gambhir when India were in a precarious condition after losing two quick wickets.

The duo added 83 runs for the third wicket to rescue India after the initial jolts.

Gambhir looked set for a big score before Anthony Martins had him LWB for 31 to have India reeling at 83 for three.

Tiwary, accompanied by in-form Virat Kohli added to 117 for the fourth wicket during which the firmer reached his century.

Kemar Roach was the pick of the West Indies bowlers with figures of

Earlier, Gambhir won the toss and opted to bat.

India rested Virender Sehwag and local boy Ravichandran Ashwin for the match, replacing them with Ajinkya Rahane ans Irfan Pathan. Pathan returns to the team after a gap of two years.

The West Indies replaced injured Ravi Rampaul and Danza Hyatt with Anthony Martin and Jason Mohammed.

Brief Scores: India 267 for 6 in 50 overs (Manoj Tiwary 104*, Virat Kohli 80, Gautam Gambhir 31; Kemar Roach 2 for 46) vs West Indies

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