India defeated West Indies by 9 wickets in the fifth and last ODI at Greenfield international stadium, Thiruvananthapuram and clinched the five match ODI series by 3-1. On a damp wicket, West Indies opted to bat first but their batsmen had no clue against India's top quality pace and spin bowling and were bundled out for just 104 runs. Ravindra Jadeja picked 4 wickets for 34 runs. In reply, India lost Shikhar Dhawan early but the duo of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli helped India to chase down the target in the 15th over and thus India sealed match and series by 3-1.
All the major stats and facts from the fifth ODI between India and West Indies in Thiruvananthapuram :
8 - India's 3-1 series win is their 8th consecutive ODI series win against West Indies - the joint most consecutive ODI series win for India against an opponent.
Most consecutive ODI series win for India against an opponent -
8 vs West Indies (2007-present)
8 vs Sri Lanka (2007 - present)
6 vs Zimbabwe (1998 - present)
104 - West Indies' total of 104 runs is their lowest ever total against India in ODI cricket.
Lowest total for West Indies against India in ODIs -
104 at Thiruvananthapuram, 2018
121 at Port of Spain, 1997
123 at Kolkata, 1993
126 at Perth, 1991
129 at Johannesburg, 2009
202 - Number of sixes Rohit Sharma has hit in ODIs - only the second Indian player after MS Dhoni (218) to achieve this milestone.
Most sixes in ODIs -
Shahid Afridi - 351
Chris Gayle - 275
Sanath Jayasuriya - 270
MS Dhoni - 218
AB de Villiers - 204
Rohit Sharma - 202
Fewest innings to 200 ODI sixes -
187 - Rohit Sharma
195 - Shahid Afridi
214 - AB de Villiers
228 - Brendon McCullum
241 - Chris Gayle
211 - India won the match by 9 wickets with 211 balls to spare - their second biggest ODI win in terms of balls to spare.
Biggest ODI wins for India (By balls to spare) -
231 vs Kenya at Bloemfontein, 2001
211 vs West Indies at Thiruvananthapuram, 2018
187 vs UAE at Perth, 2015
181 vs East Africa at Leeds, 1975
177 vs South Africa at Centurion, 2018
453 - Virat Kohli scored 453 runs in this series - the third most runs by any player in a five match bilateral ODI series.
Most runs in a five match bilateral ODI series -
515 - Fakhar Zaman vs Zimbabwe, 2018
467 - Hamilton Masakadza vs Kenya, 2009
453 - Virat Kohli vs West Indies, 2018
451 - Salman Butt vs Bangladesh, 2008
448 - Mohammad Hafeez vs Sri Lanka, 2013
1030 - Rohit Sharma when on 33, completed 1000 ODI runs in 2018 - only the third batsmen after Virat Kohli and Jonny Bairstow to score 1000 ODI runs this year.
Most ODI runs in 2018 -
1202 - Virat Kohli
1030 - Rohit Sharma
1025 - Jonny Bairstow
946 - Joe Root
898 - Brendan Taylor