After being put into bat, India got off to a steady start with openers Rohit Sharma playing out a maiden from pacer Oshane Thomas. But after three overs, the duo picked up the pace and went on to add 123 runs for the opening wicket in 14 overs.

Shikhar Dhawan made 43 before he was picked out in the deep. The southpaw became the sixth Indian batsman to complete 1000 T20I runs. Rishabh Pant failed to get going as he was caught in the deep for 5.

Rohit was at his belligerent best compiling 111 runs to take India to 195/2. During his knock, Rohit became the first player to score to score four T20I hundreds and surpassed Virat Kohli as the highest run-getter in the format for India.

In reply, West Indies never got going with openers Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer falling to Khaleel Ahmed. Kuldeep Yadav then struck twice in his first over to leave Windies reeling at 52/4.

Jasprit Bumrah added the wicket of Kieron Pollard and Kahary Pierre. West Indies were restricted to 124/9 with Darren Bravo top-scoring with 23.