He gets his 4th wicket -- a bouncer to remove Oshane Thomas. India clinch a run win. They go up to 11 points from 6 matches and inch closer to the semi-final. Meanwhile, West Indies chances are over. After their win over Pakistan in their opener, they haven't managed to win even one.
Another disappointing show with the bat today. WIvIND pic. A couple of tight chances but the two are getting out some good hits. In fact, the stand for the 11th wicket reads 11 runs from 18 balls. Time for pacers to be back into the attack?
He smashed Yuzvendra Chahal for a huge six after hitting a boundary against the leg-spinner. However, Chahal gets revenge with a wrong'un.
He is trapped in front for And Mohammed Shami does the Cottrell salute to celebrate the wicket. Shimron Hetmyer, their last recognised batsman, chips one straight to the point fielder and gifts Mohammed Shami another wicket.
West Indies are staring at a huge defeat. India have been clinical on the field so far. Pacers, spinners, medium-pacer Another one bites the dust. Shami picks up his third wicket.
Hardik Pandya seemed to have taken a clean catch but no one appealed with enthusiasm. That could have been curtains from Hetmyer. Strange from India!
He plays out a slower-ball yorker in the hat-trick ball. No hat-trick for Jasprit Bumrah here. However, the India pacer is on fire.
It doesn't seem he will take too long for India to get this done and inch closer to the semi-final.
Can Shimron Hetmyer provide some fireworks here? It's a mountain for West Indies to climb. He then pins Fabian Allen on the front for 0.
Hat-trick ball for the in-form pacer! He has turned it around once again. West Indies are seven down in Manchester. He takes Kuldeep Yadav off the attack and brings in his premier pacer, Jasprit Bumrah into the attack. Meanwhile, Carlos Brathwaite is the new batsman.
If you think, West Indies are all but done here, go back and have a look at what Brathwaite did in their previous match against New Zealand.
He gave it a bit of air and Jason Holder tried to clear the cover fielder. All he managed to do was chip it straight into his hands. A soft dismissal here. West Indies are falling apart. The Indian spinners are dominating now. Shimron Hetmyer is going for his shots and as per MS Dhoni's directives, the two Indian spinners are throwing it up.
They can afford to, considering West Indies have lost 4 wickets already. Pressure on Jason Holder and Hetmyer.
They can't afford to take a lot of time as well. This is some brilliant wrist-spin bowling from Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal. Kul-Cha too hot for the West Indies? He replaces Kedar Jadhav after just 1 over for the part-timer.
From now, it's going to be relentless spin from both ends. Can Jason Holder help West Indies recover?
He can't take a lot of time here. Shimron Hetmyer though isn't going to hold back. Will be interesting to see if he can go after the two Indian spinners. The pressure of dot balls forces Nicholas Pooran to take a risk against Kuldeep Yadav. And it backfires as he gets holed out at long-off. Pooran out for Kuldeep has his first wicket.
Trouble for West Indies. Jason Holder is the new man for West Indies. Pooran falls for 28 and West Indies lose their fourth wicket. The left-arm wrist-spinner trapped Shimron Hetmyer in front and after a strong appeal, the on-field umpire gave it out.
But Hetmyer survived after taking a DRS review immediately. Big moment in the game, considering Hetmyer's form. He can change this equation single-handedly. The all-rounder snaps a run stand for the third wicket between Sunil Ambris and Nicholas Pooran by removing the former for A well-disguised off-cuter.
Sunil Ambris was trapped in front. He didn't even review. Good breakthrough for India, considering the two West Indies batsmen were trying to get the chase back on track. Pandya joins the party the resistance from Sunil Ambris ends at An extremely commendable effort, considering the way Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah jolted the West Indies top order in the first 10 overs.
New Zealand's tally of 30 for 2 v West Indies stands second while West Indies' score of 32 for 1 in 10 overs vs Bangladesh is third on the list. West Indies involved everywhere. Sunil Ambris cuts one to the boundary after a rare loose ball from Hardik Pandya.
Much-needed boundary for the West Indies.