Skipper Virat Kohli and his deputy Rohit Sharma conjured up breathtaking centuries as India's ruthless domination over the West Indies continued with a facile eight-wicket win in the first One-day International
Playing his first ODI in more than three months, Kohli was unstoppable. It seemed another routine affair for Kohli as he also got past the milestone of 2000 International runs in the calendar year.
After early departure of Shikhar Dhawan (4), Kohli raised a massive 246-run stand for the second wicket with Rohit, who remained unbeaten on 152.
The only high point for the West Indies while defending their total was 21-year-old newcomer Oshane Thomas' raw pace up front.
The 21-year-old Shimron Hetmyer (106) put to sword an under-strength Indian attack to raise his third ODI hundred. Hetmyer punished the Indian bowlers with six fours and as many sixes in his entertaining 78-ball knock.