Even a tiny series like this gets duly recorded. To see how tiny it is, first look at the
Full history of these T20Is -only 7 including one washout:
The West Indies lead 4-2 with one NR. In neutral venues they lead 2-1 with one NR.
All these matches except the one in 2011 and the two just concluded have been in World Championship matches.
A quick look at individual performances:
Batting-overall (75 or more runs):
RG Sharma is the only one to have played in all 7 matches, while Simmons and Dhoni played in 6. Appropriately Sharma and Simmons have scored the most runs, while Rahul has the highest strike rate of 215.68 though it came from only one innings. Russell has the highest strike rate of 163.46 among those who batted in at least 5 innings.
Batting-innings (40 or more):
Rahul and Lewis scored the first centuries in this series, surpassing the old records of Gayle and Kohli. Badrinath’s 43 came in his only T20I. And Dwayne Bravo’s 66* came in one of the finest all-round T20I performances.
Bowling-overall (3 wickets or more):
Dwayne Bravo has the most wickets, followed by Jadeja. Ashwin has the best economy rate (7.11) among those with 5 or more innings bowled.
Bowling (2wi or more):
The best bowling here is 4-16 by Sammy-though it did not stop India from winning that match. The best by an Indian bowler is Mishra’s 3-24 in the just-concluded washout. The previous best for India was Nehra’s 3-35. Dwayne Bravo’s 4-38 came along with his 66*.
Fielding-overall (2 or more dismissals):
Dhoni and Fletcher have the most dismissals (4) for keepers, while Kohli and Sharma also took 4 catches as non-keepers.
Fielding (2 or more dismissals in an innings):
Simmons has the most dismissals (3) for a non-keeper while no one else (including keepers) has more than 2.
All-round (overall)-minimum 5 innings batted and bowled:
Only one here. And he figures in the next one as well.
All-round (match, minimum 20 runs and 2 wickets):
As we will see now, it is one of the best all-round performances in all T20Is.
All-round (all T20I matches, minimum 40 runs and 4 wickets):
Possibly Watson’s performance would be a little better than Bravo’s. The last three are against weak teams.