The batsman is caught behind.
India are firmly in control in the fourth one-day international against West Indies and Suresh Raina looked to to be cruising to century before being cheaply caught behind on 71.
Raina had formed a brilliant partnership with Virat Kohli in the middle before Jerome Taylor struck to get his first wicket of the game.
The Indian will be pleased with the way he played, but will probably be disappointed he didn’t reach another ODI 100.
— fanatix (@therealfanatix) October 17, 2014