Alick Athanaze and Brandon King steadied the ship for a brief period, showcasing some resistance with a few well-timed boundaries. However, their partnership was short-lived as Mukesh Kumar delivered a crucial blow, inducing a catch to Jadeja at backward point, dismissing Athanaze. 

Soon after, Shardul Thakur dismantled King's stumps, pushing the West Indies into further trouble at 45/3.

Jadeja's Brilliance and Kohli's Acrobatics

As West Indies looked to rebuild, Shimron Hetmyer and Shai Hope stepped in to stabilize the innings. Hetmyer displayed some aggression, but Jadeja found his rhythm and struck back, claiming the crucial wicket of Hetmyer with a deceptive delivery that disturbed the timber.

Jadeja continued to torment the West Indies, getting the prized wickets of Rovman Powell and Romario Shepherd in quick succession, thanks to impressive catches from Shubman Gill and Virat Kohli at slip.

Kuldeep's Masterclass

With West Indies crumbling, Kuldeep Yadav stepped up his game, weaving a web of deception with his variations. He sent Dominic Drakes and Yannic Cariah packing in consecutive deliveries, one trapped in front by a googly and the other falling prey to a well-disguised wrong'un.

As the West Indies skipper Shai Hope tried to fend off India's relentless attack, his efforts were in vain. He briefly fought back, farming the strike with the tail-enders, but an attempted reverse sweep led to his dismissal, giving Kuldeep his fourth wicket of the match.

In the end, India's bowling brilliance left West Indies reeling at a paltry total of 114 runs. The curtains came down on a dismal batting display from the hosts, with India's bowlers exhibiting exceptional skill and precision.