Team India comfortably trounced the West Indies by 119 runs to win the match 3-0 in the series last one-day international, which was postponed on Wednesday in Port of Spain due to rain. Shubman Gill led the way for India with the bat, collecting 98 runs while remaining undefeated as the team reached 226/3 in only 36 overs. But the Windies, known for their robust hitting, struggled in the rain-shortened game and were dismissed for 137 in only 26 overs. Yuzvendra Chahal shone out with four wickets, taking two more than Mohammed Siraj and Shardul Thakur combined.

Gill was named the player of the match and the series for his consistent performance in all three ODIs. The Indian opener made excellent starts in all three of the games and was on the verge of recording his maiden run in the triple digits when the rain came.

The 22-year-old Gill was dismissed cheaply in the second match and was out for seven runs less than fifty in the first ODI after running recklessly for 64 runs. Gill has shown more maturity in the title game, taking the lead at bat throughout the 36-over innings that was cut short by rain. When he was left stranded on 98, though, Gill joined a select club of Indian openers who have both maintained scores of 90 or above in ODIs. On the list are well-known individuals like Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, and Sunil Gavaskar.

Gill admitted his disappointment at falling short of the 100-run mark after his spectacular performance in the most recent ODI, but he insisted that he merely played his natural style.

I was surprised by how fast I was eliminated in the first two ODIs. I was hoping to reach 100, but I had little control over the weather. I tried to play the ball and just let my gut take over, said Gill.

The kid isn’t on the Indian T20I squad, which will face the Windies in a five-match series starting on July 29.