In the first one-day match, India won the match with West Indies by 6 wickets due to great performance in bowling and batting. After winning the first one-day match, India leads the series by (1-0) in the three one-day series with West Indies.
Earlier, India won the toss and chose to bowl first so, West Indies first batted and was all out at only 176/10 in 43.5 overs due to great bowled by Yuzvendra Chahal 4/49 (9.5), Washington Sundar 3/30 (9), Prasidh Krishna 2/29 (10), and Mohammad Siraj 1/26 (8.0). Jason Holder 57 (71), Fabian Allen 29 (43), and Nicholas Pooran 18 (25) were good batting from the West Indies side. West Indies set a target of 177 runs in 50 overs to win the first one-day match.
During chasing, India loses 4 wickets, reached the target in 178/4 (28), and won the match by 6 wickets due to good batted by Rohit Sharma 60 (51), Surya Kumar Yadav 34* (36), and Ishan Kishan 28 (36). Alzarri Joseph 2/45 (7), and Akeal Hosein 1/46 (9) were good bowling from the West Indies side.
Due to his great performance in bowling, Yuzvendra Chahal (IND), 4/49 (9.5), was declared as the Player of the Match.