Indian witnessed 88-run win over West Indies in the fifth and final Twenty20 cricket international on Sunday.
After 10 overs. Opener Shreyas Iyer top scored for India with a 40-ball 64 which included eight fours and two sixes before he was caught and bowled by Jason Holder. Deepak Hooda hit 38 off 25.
Odean Smith damaged India’s middle order with fast-medium pace.
An expensive bowler Obed McCoy for West Indies, conceded 27 runs in his two overs with no wickets.
India and West Indies won by 59 runs to clinch the series. India’s rested players included captain Rohit Sharma with Hardik Pandya taking his place.
Pandya praised the atmosphere ahead of Sunday’s game at Central Broward Park.
“We don’t feel we are playing in Miami but in some Indian city,” Hardik was quoted as saying by the cricinfo.com website. “Fantastic to come abroad and get this support.”