That is it from this game! India have once again come out on top and have sealed the series 2-0. They will now look for a clean sweep in the third T20I. Can the Windies avoid it? We will find out on the 11th of November in Chennai at 1900 local (1330 GMT). Till then, take care and goodbye!
Indian skipper, Rohit Sharma, says they started off cautiously as they wanted to understand how the wicket was behaving. Mentions he tries to do his best on any given opportunity and he dedicates the knock to the fans. Adds further he is glad to win the series and the game. States Dhawan plays in an attacking way but he wanted to take his time today. Admits the partnership between him and Shikhar was very crucial and Lokesh Rahul's cameo towards the end was very useful. States the use of Bumrah is different to the way they use him in the ODIs. Further adds Khaleel can swing the ball and hence he was given the new ball. Ends by saying the stadium is wonderful here and he enjoyed the game they played tonight.
Windies skipper, Carlos Brathwaite, says they weren't that good in the field in this game. Credits the way India batted and is disappointed with the way his team batted. Mentions they are a young team and are learning from each and every game. Admits they do not have an opener and are still trying to find the perfect combination at the top. He is hopeful his side can put up a better performance in the final game.
Khaleel Ahmed who is giving an interview says there was more responsibility today as he was given the new ball ahead of Bumrah. Adds that it is not easy to bowl in the Powerplay but he feels he did it well. Mentions he is working on his bowling and it is coming off well. States he was observing the pitch while their batting and knew what he had to bowl. Ends by saying he is happy to play for India and it is always a big thing.
The Indian bowling was once again spot on. Khaleel Ahmed was the star at the start. He was given the new ball and he impressed one and all. He finished with a two-fer. Everybody except Krunal Pandya had two wickets each to their name. Kumar ended with the best figures as he went for only 12 in his 4. All-in-all it was a clinical performance by the Indians.
Another thumping performance from India has seen them seal the series with a game to go. To be honest, it was all set up by their skipper, Rohit Sharma who scored a magnificent ton to set a massive target for the Windies. They needed an exceptional start to chase this down but did not get it. Their top order failed to make an impact while their middle order once again did not come to the fore. 23 was the highest score of their innings and that itself speaks a lot about how poor they were with the bat.
Oshane Thomas is the last man in.
Bumrah to bowl the last.
Khary Pierre walks out to the middle.
An appeal for both a catch and an LBW. The umpire raises his finger for one of the two, the catch I feel. Paul though has reviewed it.
Kuldeep Yadav is back on.
Khaleel Ahmed is back on.
Jasprit Bumrah is back on.
Keemo Paul is the new man in.
Have India got another? They are surely confident. A run out appeal against Allen has been taken upstairs.
An LBW decision has been taken up. Mostly, going down leg that.
Carlos Brathwaite is in.
Kieron Pollard walks out to bat.
Nicholas Pooran is the new man in.
Kuldeep Yadav is on.
Krunal Pandya is on.
Denesh Ramdin is the new man in.
Jasprit Bumrah is on.
Darren Bravo is the new man in.
Khaleel Ahmed to bowl from the other end.
We are back for the chase! New opening pair for Shai Hope as Shimron Hetmyer walks with him. Bhuvneshwar Kumar will bowl the first over for India.