Hetmyer, 22, took 106 balls for his sensational 139 which was studded with 11 fours and seven huge sixes. This was his fifth ODI hundred.
“I don’t know from where the power is coming from. I am trying to hit as hard as I can. This ton means a lot to me,” Hetmyer said after being adjudged the Man of the Match at the post match presentation ceremony.
“The last one I had was at the start of the year and this one came at the end of the year. It is always nice to have a smile on the face after the victory. It’s a good feeling because the last time, I got a hundred in India, we lost the game,” he added.
The pair of Hetmyer and Hope shared a mammoth 218-run partnership for the second wicket to steer the Windies clear with ease in the end and put Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant‘s fifties in a shade.