India might not have had a memorable day in the field with plenty of misfields during the 2nd ODI on Sunday (August 11), but an outstanding catch by Bhuvneshwar Kumar did make up for most of it. The Indian pacer was in West Indies' 35th over when he put on a dive, stretching his body onto the left to take a screamer off his own bowling to dismiss Roston Chase.
Bhuvneshwar was pick of India's bowlers with four wickets. He gave away just 31 runs in the eight overs he bowled. Eventually, West Indies were bowled out on only 210 in 42 overs.
At one stage, the game looked good to go down the wire. West Indies were 148/3 before they lost Evin Lewis, their top scorer in 28th over. Nevertheless, they did the recovery work and tried to put up a partnership again. But in one over, Bhuvneshwar changed the game by dismissing Nicholas Pooran on 42 and Chase with a brilliant catch on 18 runs.
Batting first, India scored 279/7 in their fifty overs. Windies got a revised target of 270 in 46 overs after rain halted the game.