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  Wednesday, 22 May, 2002, 15:59 GMT 16:59 UK
Windies beat India to take series
Windies cricketers celebrate an Indian wicket
Joy as Pedro Collins strikes on Tuesday
Final Test, Jamaica, day five: West Indies 422 & 197 beat India 212 & 252 by 155 runs
West Indies win series 2-1

The West Indies have won the deciding Test in Jamaica against India to claim the series 2-1. It is now 16 years since India last won a series abroad.

The final day at Sabina Park began with the home side needing just three wickets to wrap up victory.

And there were worries for the home side when a prompt resumption was prevented by coastal rain in Jamaica.

But when play did start, paceman Cameron Cuffy soon trapped Ajay Ratra lbw for 19 when the wicket-keeper played back and missed a fast straight ball.

And he followed up when bowling Javagal Srinath neck and crop for four soon afterwards. Srinath's middle stump flew out of the ground.

The end was nigh, and it duly came when Merv Dillon, who had taken a five-wicket haul in the first innings, had Zaheer Khan caught in the covers for 12.

Rapturous scenes followed when Pedro Collins took the simple catch to end the series.

Sachin

On Tuesday, Sachin Tendulkar had looked capable of guiding India to a dramatic win.

But he was finally out for 86 when Collins slanted one through his defences.

After India took a 1-0 lead in the series, things looked bleak for the home side but victory on Wednesday represents a major feather in the cap for Carl Hooper's men.

Remarkably, moments after Collins had taken the catch which selaed the win, the heavens opened again - but this time the home fans c

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