Crushing defeat for WI
and having his stumps rattled in the second over.
Hetmyer, promoted to opener, was quickly into stride and had struck three fours in 15 off 14 balls when he was caught at long-on.
Bravo looked the Windies’ best hope of making anything of their innings, the left-hander notching four boundaries in his 18-ball stay at the crease.
But left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav (2-32) intervened, accounting for Bravo and Pooran (4) in the space of four deliveries.
Veteran Kieron Pollard, who has not passed 20 in ten innings inside the last two years, added to those miserable stats when he gave Jasprit Bumrah a return catch.
Denesh Ramdin clipped seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar (2-12) off his legs to Rohit at square leg to end his 17-ball labour over ten, while new batsman Fabian Allen’s run-out dismissal off the very next delivery, attempting a suicidal single, summed up the Windies misery.
CAPTAIN KASTUN STOUTE powered Combermere into the semi-finals with a knock of 68 to oust defending champions Christ Church Foundation. LUCKNOW – Another dismal performance led to another depressing result as West Indies suffered yet another series defeat with a heavy 71-run crushing at the hands of India, in the second Twenty20 International here yesterday.