Only 8 T20I matches have been played between these countries:
West Indies lead India 5-2 with one no-result. In the West Indies, they lead 2-1.
Looking at individual batting performances:
Most runs (75 and above):
Evin Lewis leads with two centuries, while KL Rahul scored the only other century. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli join Lewis in scoring over 200 runs. Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni have played in the most matches (7).
Highest innings (40 and above):
Lewis made the highest score for West Indies, surpassing his 100 scored less than a year ago. He also surpassed the series record of 110* by Rahul in the same match last year. KD Karthik made the only other score above 40 in the recent match.
Highest batting averages and strike rates (minimum 5 innings batted):
Kohli has the highest average as well as strike rate. Lewis has batted in only 3 innings and hence does not appear here.
Now for bowling:
Most wickets (5 and above):
Dwayne Bravo leads here, followed by Jadeja.
Best innings bowling (3wi and above):
Sammy has the best bowling here, while Mishra has the best for India. No one took 3wi in the recent match.
Best bowling economy rate (minimum 5 innings bowled):
Ashwin has the best economy rate, although Dwayne Bravo has the best average as well as strike rate.
Turning to fielding:
Most dismissals (4 and above):
Dhoni leads here, while Kohli and Rohit have the most catches for non-keepers.
Most innings dismissals (2 and above):
Lendl Simmons has the most dismissals (3), which was as a non-keeper. No keeper has made more than 2 dismissals in an innings.
Overall (see criteria):
Dwayne Bravo (again!) is the only one who qualifies.
Match performance (Minimum 30 runs and 3 wickets):
This performance during the 2009 World T20 Championship is one of the finest T20I match performances of all time, as we see here:
Probably it would be second only to that of Watson, while the other three instances were against weak opponents.