IND vs WI in pictures: Bowlers once again on target as India thumps West Indies

Relive all the best moments from match 34 of the 2019 ICC World Cup between India and West Indies at Old Trafford in Manchester.

West Indies pacer Kemar Roach kept troubling the Indian batsmen on Friday. He took the wickets of Rohit Sharma, Vijay Shankar and Kedar Jadhav, ending with figures of 3 for 36 in 10 overs. Interestingly, all his victims were out caught behind by Windies keeper Shai Hope. Photo: Getty Images
India skipper Virat Kohli scored his fourth consecutive half-century of the World Cup. His innings of 72 off 82 balls included eight fours. Photo: Getty Images
West Indies captain Jason Holder removed KL Rahul and ended a 69-run second-wicket partnership between Kohli and the opener earlier in the day. He came back to get the wicket of the Indian skipper to slow down India's progress. Photo: Getty Images
MS Dhoni brought up his first half-century of this year's World Cup to take India to 268 in 50 overs. The Indian wicket-keeper and all-rounder Hardik Pandya put up a partnership of 70 for the sixth-wicket to help India achieve a respectable total. Photo: Getty Images
Opener Chris Gayle, now just 52 runs behind West Indies' all-time ODI leading runscorer Brian Lara, was out for just 6 off 19 balls. Mohammed Shami took his wicket in just the fifth over. Photo: Getty Images
Indian bowler Shami who took a hat-trick against Afghanistan, once again was the pick of the bowlers as he picked up three more wickets apart from the Gayle one. He ended the match with figures of 4 for 16 in 6.2 overs. Photo: Getty Images
West Indies opener Sunil Ambris, playing his first game of tournament, put up a useful 55-run partnership with Nicholas Pooran to stabilise the innings. Unfortunately, Hardik Pandya got the better of Ambris at the wrong time and the Windies went downhill from there. Photo: Getty Images
Jasprit Bumrah took the wickets of Carlos Brathwaite and Fabian Allen in consecutive balls to reduce the Windies to 107 for 7 in 26.2 overs. Bumrah's figures were an impressive 2 for 9 in 6 overs, as India beat West Indies by a mammoth 125 runs and knocked it out of the tournament. Photo: Getty Images