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West Indies' allrounder Andre Russel smashed a four and a six off the third and fourth deliveries of the final over to propel the Caribbean side to 196 for 3 and a seven-wicket win over India in their Twenty20 World Cup semi-final match at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Thursday.

Read more: West Indies beat India to face England in T20 World Cup final

The West Indies players created quite a stir after they paraded the Gangnam style dance during their victorious 2012 ICC Champions League campaign in Sri Lanka. Now they are doing the Champion dance with the hope that they will carry the performance into the finals as they did two years ago.

Read more: Gangnam to Champion...the West Indian way

The crowd at New Delhi's Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium witnessed an occurrence which may become a rarity earlier this week as minnows Afghanistan had England on the ropes at the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Twenty20 tournament in India.

Read more: Liam Morgan: World Twenty20 provides clear example of ICC's mistake in dropping small countries

TRINIDAD AND Tobago Red Force coach Augustus “Gus” Logie is impressed by the change of mentality of the team, in the second half of the 2015- 2016 Regional Four Day Championships.

Read more: Coach Logie impressed by mentality change

The pastoral quote, “Death ends a life, not a relationship,” by Mitch Albom encapsulated the atmosphere at Inshan Ali Park, Preysal, yesterday, as local cricket and community icon Rangy Nanan was laid to rest at the village cemetery.

Read more: Cricketers urged to show Nanan’s fighting spirit

My insidethegames colleague Nick Butler is a decent sort, but he had me squirming this week with his column on cheating and the form of cricketing dismissal known as the “Mankad”.

Read more: David Owen: Confessions of a schoolboy Mankad perpetrator