The West Indies clinched their place in the final of the World Twenty20 on Thursday with a stunning seven-wicket victory over the hosts India at Mumbai s Wankhede stadium.
Lendl Simmons top-scored with an unbeaten 82 as the West Indies reached their target of 193 with two balls remaining.
They will now play England on Sunday in the final at Kolkata s Eden Gardens, with both teams bidding to become the first sides to win the tournament twice.
Virat Kohli top-scored with 89 as India made a respectable total of 192 for two against West Indies in the second semi-final of cricket s World Twenty20 on Thursday.
India s talisman hit 11 fours and one six as he injected much-needed life into the hosts innings after West Indies won the toss and elected to field at Mumbai s Wankhede Stadium.
Kohli, in at number three, started nervously though and the Windies were left to rue a bizarre moment in the ninth over when they should have run the 27-year-old out.
After missing a free hit, Kohli, on one, inexplicably began running for a single, only to be waved back by Ajinkya Rahane.
Both wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin and bowler Dwayne Bravo then missed the stumps from just a few yards out, handing Kohli an unlikely reprieve for his moment of madness. Read More