Sarwan century leads West Indies to a thrilling victory

St Kitts:

Ramnaresh Sarwan stroked an unbeaten 115 on Tuesday to spur the West Indies to a four-wicket win over India with one ball to spare in the third one-day cricket international at Warner Park. The 25-year-old celebrated his 100th match with a match-winning innings that led the home team to their winning target of 248 for six off 49.5 overs. The West Indies now leads the five-match series 2-1.

Earlier, India’s total of 245 for nine off 50 overs was built on Virender Sehwag’s 97 and his third-wicket stand of 112 with Mohammad Kaif, who compiled 61 runs.