Placed at the fifth spot in the ICC T20I rankings, Munro has bludgeoned three T20I hundreds - the most by any batsman.
The first-place Knight Riders scored 184 for four Tuesday then held the Jamaica Tallawahs to 165-6 to win by 19 runs as the tournament returned to the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba after playing 10 matches at Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain.
Munro and Tim Seifert scored half-centuries to tie the scores at 165 runs each for both sides, but India held their nerves to end up victors in thrilling fashion for the second game running to take a 4-0 lead in the five-match series.
Yes, it was a team effort from India, but the wicket should be attributed to the skipper given his presence of mind.
Delhi Capitals have retained only three foreign players ahead of the IPL 2020 auctions.