On May 20, during the second game of one-day series at Kingston Jamaica, Dwayne James Bravoâ€™s sensational delivery that disturbed the furniture of Indiaâ€™s Yuvraj Singh produced the 18th one-run win by any side in one-day internationals. It was the third such loss for India and only the second win by West Indies by the same margin.The first one-run win was registered more almost 30 years ago when New Zealand skittled out Pakistan at Sialkot. For readers interest the accompanying table has the complete details.
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