PHOTOS: India go down to West Indies in 2nd ODI

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Published: Monday, November 25, 2013, 12:28 [IST]
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Visakhapatnam, Nov 25: The three-match ODI series is still alive after West Indies defeated India by two wickets in a last-over finish here on Sunday (November 24).

Scorecard; Highlights

The second ODI saw the West Indies batsmen successfully chasing down 289. Four half centuries helped the Caribbean side.

Kieran Powell, Darren Bravo, Lendl Simmons and Darren Sammy struck half tons for the visitors. India were hampered by heavy dew on the outfield and the bowlers found it tough to grip the ball.

The third and final ODI is in Kanpur on November 27. It is a day game.

Here are the pictures from second ODI.


Kohli misses ton

Virat Kohli extended his run-scoring form to Visakhapatnam. He came close to his 18th ODI ton but fell short by one run. Here, he is celebrating his fifty.

Captain Dhoni celebrates fifty

Captain MS Dhoni gave the finishing touches to the Indian innings with a quick unbeaten half century. He is celebrating his 50 here.

The winning moment

Darren Sammy reacts after scoring the winning run. He remained unbeaten on 63.

Simmons in action

Lendl Simmons plays a shot during his half century innings.

Dhoni on the attack

Dhoni attacks during his knock in the second ODI. He was 51 not out off 40 balls.

Yuvraj scores 28

Yuvraj Singh was looking good during his stay in the middle. However, he fell for 28.

Kohli dazzles again

Virat Kohli plays a pull shot during his 99-run innings.

West Indies celebrate a wicket

West Indies players celebrate an Indian wicket during the second ODI.

Half century for Darren Bravo

Darren Bravo, who was dropped thrice, struck a half century.

Shikhar scores 35

Opener Shikhar Dhawan plays a shot during his 35-run innings.

Jadeja is bowled

Ravindra Jadeja was bowled by Ravi Rampaul for just 10 runs.

Powell comes good

Kieran Powell, who was in the team for the injured Chris Gayle, impressed with a half century.

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