Team India won all three games of the one-day international series against the West Indies at Port of Spain on Wednesday by a score of 119 runs. In a game that was hampered by weather, India bowled the Windies out for only 137 runs after scoring 226/3; the goal for the Windies was 257 (Duckworth/Lewis Method). In addition to Mohammed Siraj and Shardul Thakur each collecting two wickets, leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal shined with the bat, capturing four wickets.

In both white-ball matches played in Sri Lanka last year, Shikhar Dhawan served as the team’s captain and helped India win the ODI series 2-1. His second ODI series as skipper was this one. Dhawan joined a select group of Indian captains who have won every game of an away bilateral series when he led the team to a clean sweep victory in the Caribbean.

Furthermore, this is the third time in a calendar year that a team has beaten a country in two straight games. In February, India beat Windies at home by the same score under the direction of Rohit Sharma.

Zimbabwe first achieved this feat in 2001 when they played Bangladesh. In actuality, Bangladesh accomplished the feat five years later by defeating Kenya.

The first of five T20 International matches between Team India and the Windies will start on July 29. Dhawan won’t participate in the limited-overs format for India; instead, Rohit Sharma, the series captain, and leader of the first squad, will lead the team.