India beat West Indies by 22 runs via DLS method to take unassailable 2-0 lead in three-match T20I series in Florida.
Batting first, Rohit Sharma top-scored with 67 off runs off 51 balls, setting India up for a challenging total before Krunal Pandya (20 off 13 balls) and Ravindra Jadeja propped up the innings by smashing 20 runs in the final over.
Sheldon Cottrell sent Virat Kohli's middle stump cartwheeling for a 23-ball 28 with a perfectly-executed yorker and performing his trademark salute celebrations.
In reply, West Indies were off to a disastrous start with both openers Evin Lewis and Sunil Narine back in the hut with just eight runs on the board in the third over.
Rovman Powell and Nicholas Pooran lifted West Indies from the precarious situation with a 76-run stand for the third wicket
Pandya again got into the act by removing both the batsmen in a space of three balls in the 14th over.