Virat Kohli led his team from the front in a decisive game with complete support from his bowlers and defeated West Indies by a heavy margin at Trinidad.
Lendl Simmons tore apart the ordinary looking bowling attack of Zimbabwe with the assistance of Johnson Charles and Dwayne Bravo as the Windies won the match.
A fighting century from Kieron Pollard went in vain as the top order batting of West Indies crumbled again and they lost the 4th consecutive ODI vs. Australia.
Tino Best exhibited the best performance of his career by grabbing six wickets in the 2nd innings of Bangladesh that ensured consecutive win for West Indies.
A match winning maiden five wickets haul in the second innings by Tino Best led West Indies to an astonishing win in the opening match of the two Test series.
West Indies managed to win a home series vs. a Test playing nation after a drought of nearly six years besides a ton from the Kiwi skipper, Ross Taylor.
Tino Best created a world record by thrashing 95 runs while batting at no.11 and Denesh Ramdin banged a century as the duo frustrated England in the third Test.