Darren Bravo’s fourth one-day international century steered the West Indies to a five-wicket win over Sri Lanka and a sweep of the three-match ODI series.
Bravo was out for 102 in the 47th over when the West Indies needed only 26 runs to overhaul Sri Lanka’s total of 274-6. He shared an 80-run partnership with captain Kieron Pollard, who finished 53 not out as the home side won with nine balls to spare.
Bravo earlier joined with Shai Hope in a 109-run partnership for the third wicket which put the West Indies on target to victory after the hosts had been 39-2 in the 10th over.
Captain Jason Holder ended the run chase with a six from the third ball of the 49th over as West Indies ended on 276-5.
Bravo’s century was his first in an ODI since June 2016 when he scored 102 against South Africa at…