India Bundle Out West Indies for 104 Runs, Here’s a Look at Windies’ Lowest Total in ODIs
104 is Windies’ lowest total in ODIs against India. (Photo: BCCI/Twitter)

Windies were bundled out for just 104 runs in the fifth and final One-Day International (ODI) against India at the Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram. This is Windies’ lowest total in ODIs against India. And it also happens to be the team’s tenth lowest ODI total overall. Windies after winning the toss opted to bat first. And were undone by some quality Indian bowling as spinner Ravindra Jadeja scalped four wickets. Ind vs Wi 5th ODI 2018- As it Happened

Windies lost the first wicket early on in the first over when Kieran Powell was caught behind off Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s bowling. In next over, the visitors lost in-form batsman Shai Hope with just two runs on the board. Windies batsmen failed to create partnerships and kept losing wickets at regular intervals. And were eventually bundled out for just 104 runs.

Windies managed to cross the 100-run mark. If they had failed to do so, it would have been the ninth instance when Windies were bowled out under 100. Meanwhile, Windies lowest total in ODs continues to be 54 against South Africa in 2004. Rohit Sharma Completes 200 Sixes in ODIs During India vs West Indies, 5th Match 2018: Check List of 10 Batsmen With Highest Number of Sixes in ODIs

Here’s a list of lowest ODI totals of Windies

Score Overs RR Inns Opposition Ground Match Date
54 23.2 2.31 2 v South Africa Cape Town 25 Jan 2004
61 22.0 2.77 1 v Bangladesh Chittagong 18 Oct 2011
70 23.5 2.93 1 v Australia Perth 1 Feb 2013
80 30.4 2.60 1 v Sri Lanka Mumbai (BS) 14 Oct 2006
87 29.3 2.94 2 v Australia Sydney 8 Dec 1992
91 31.5 2.85 2 v Zimbabwe Sydney 23 Jan 2001
93 35.2 2.63 2 v Kenya Pune 29 Feb 1996
98 41.0 2.39 2 v Pakistan Providence 14 Jul 2013
103 40.3 2.54 2 v Pakistan Melbourne 20 Jan 1997
104 31.5 3.26 1 v India Thiruvananthapuram 1 Nov 2018

In the fifth and final ODI at Thiruvananthapuram, India secured an impressive nine-wicket win. With this victory, India sealed the five-match ODI series 3-1. In response, India lost Shikhar Dhawan early. However, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli shared unbeaten 99-run stand for the second wicket to take their side to victory.