West Indies outclassed Ireland who was unable to set a reasonable target while batting first and the hosts chased it at ease with plenty of overs to spare.
The 23 year-old middle order batsman of New Zealand, Corey Anderson, broke the record of the fastest ODI hundred in the 3rd game vs. West Indies at Queenstown.
A brilliant innings from the West Indian all rounder, Darren Sammy, brought his team an astonishing win against the Black Caps in a low scoring encounter.
The world no.1, India, continued with their superb team work in the opening ODI against West Indies while outplaying the rivals in all departments of the game.
MS Dhoni made a difference between the two teams with his spicy fifty and Suresh Raina played an anchor’s role as Chennai Super Kings beat Sunrisres Hyderabad.
The last pair of West Indies held their nerve in the final over vs. Pakistan and tied the game that looked like being out of their reach, with 15 runs to win.
Shahid Afridi blasted a dazzling fifty followed by seven important wickets in his comeback game vs. West Indies as Pakistan won the one sided encounter easily.
Shane Watson demonstrated a hurricane knock in the middle order and crushed the bowling of Chennai Super Kings who lost against Rajasthan Royals at Jaipur.
The hungry bowlers of India A led by Akshay Darekar squeezed the innings of West Indies A with authority and levelled the unofficial ODI series at 1-1.