Rohit now is the leading run-scorer for India in T20Is as he overtook Virat Kohli.
"Bumrah has been our premier bowler for us and the way we use him in T20s is different to ODIs".
But the day belonged to Sharma.
None of the batsmen or all-rounders got to grips with the Indian bowlers and they will be desperate to perform with numerous big T20 domestic tournaments on the horizon and they will be keen to impress any watching teams to earn sizeable contracts especially for the IPL.
Rohit took 86 matches to reach the milestone.
Hitman's knock also saw him overtake Pakistan's Shoaib Malik and New Zealand's Brendon McCullum to grab the second spot on the list of batsmen with the most runs in T20 internationals. Whenever you get an opportunity you do your best. Everyone who came out to watch the game will go home with a smile. You don't have to make too many changes to your game because you already have shared the dressing room with global players, he said."When you come into the Indian team, by then you had already learned professionalism and know how to correct your mistakes".
After the dominant batting display, the bowlers put in an efficient display and never allowed the visitors to get going and this drew praise from the skipper.
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"You know Dhawan's natural instinct is to put pressure on the bowlers, but we chose to take our time". Obviously last game we bowled and fielded very, very well.
The right-left combination of Sharma and Dhawan, who surpassed 1,000 T20 runs during his 41-ball knock, smashed the balls to all parts of the huge ground before the first wicket fell in the 14th over.
Sharma then launched an attack as he hit eight fours and seven sixes during his entertaining blitz in front of a raucous home crowd.
Ahmed bowled Hope in his very first over and then got the unsafe Hetmyer caught at long on, three overs later, with his left-arm pace.
The Caribbeans kept losing wickets at regular intervals with Darren Bravo top-scoring with 23.
"That being said, we didn't bat as well as wanted to, the batting continues to let us down but again, small positives - Kuldeep went for a bit ... so within a dismal performance there was one or two positives". Two consecutive ones, one from a slog sweep and another with a straighter bat, off left-arm spinner Fabian Allen left the whole stadium awestruck.
The hosts, thus took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series but also registered their seventh successive series win.