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Lewis is not conventional - Brathwaite.
West Indies T20I captain Carlos Brathwaite lays out his thoughts on Evin Lewis' style of play, the nature of discussions at team meetings and what he expects of the side as a young leader
Trying to do my best with the opportunities given to me - Dinesh Karthik.
India batsman Dinesh Karthik talks about the competition for spots in the side, how he dropped Evin Lewis on 55 and the target India set the hosts
Not focusing only on Chris Gayle - Ajinkya Rahane.
India batsman Ajinkya Rahane talks about the team's preparation ahead of the T20I against West Indies, his own batting, fielding and performing in limited-overs formats
Lewis 125* as West Indies power through to nine-wicket win
Evin Lewis put behind him the dismal ODI series to score 125 as he made mockery of India's target of 191
A selection dilemma for India.
While West Indies welcome their big names back to the T20I side for the one-off match, India have a few selection dilemmas to ponder
Big names give West Indies much-needed heft
The presence of players like Chris Gayle, Sunil Narine, Samuel Badree and Kieron Pollard makes the one-off T20I potentially the most evenly matched game of India's tour of the West Indies
'We should give our bowlers some credit' - Jason Holder.
Jason Holder talks about his team's performance and believes that the bowlers did a good job against a 'quality batting side'
'No need to tell Dhoni how to build an innings' - Virat Kohli.
Virat Kohli talks about MS Dhoni's ability to rotate strike and praises the wicketkeeper for his performances throughout the series in the Caribbean
Plan was to play lesser dot balls - Virat Kohli.
Virat Kohli was pleased with his team's 'clinical' performance after India's win in the fifth ODI against West Indies in Kingston
Kohli king of the chase as India win series.
India captain Virat Kohli broke Sachin Tendulkar's record for most hundreds in ODI chases to help India seal an eight-wicket win over the West Indies at Kingston
'Need the batsmen to come to the fore' - Holder.
West Indies captain Jason Holder credits his bowlers for keeping the series alive and expects the batsmen to step up
Kohli, spinners seal 3-1 series win
Normal service resumed in the West Indies as the hosts' batsmen failed again - this time on a much better batting surface - and India chased 206 down with relative ease to seal the series 3-1
A series showdown at Sabina Park
Sabina Park might possibly provide the best batting pitches in the Caribbean, but it has not been the luckiest ground for India. Can the ninth-ranked West Indies pull off a grand upset?
'I am a proper allrounder' - Hardik Pandya.
India's Hardik Pandya on not wanting to be seen as one-dimensional and relishing the challenge when batsmen go after him
The return of the 'Universe Boss.'
Chris Gayle is set to play his first international game since the 2016 World T20 final
Kesrick Williams did an outstanding job - Holder
Captain Jason Holder and coach Stuart Law hoped that West Indies' stunning win against India in the fourth ODI would be a stepping stone to higher honours
Our shot selection wasn't up to the mark - Kohli
Virat Kohli and Sanjay Bangar have said the shot selection of India's batsmen, and lack of support for MS Dhoni from the lower order cost them in the fourth ODI in Antigua
'Our fielding was outstanding' - Stuart Law.
West Indies coach Stuart Law talks about the three departments of his team's performance and says their batting needs more work