Cricket World Cup 2015: India beat West Indies to advance to quarters

BBC Sport looks at some of the key facts and figures from the Cricket World Cup as India beat the West Indies by four wickets at The Wacca in Perth, Australia.

The defending champions reduced their Pool B opponents to 85-7, before West Indies captain Jason Holder came in at number nine and hit 57 runs to stretch their total to 182.

India skipper MS Dhoni's unbeaten 45 helped secure victory though for his side and saw them join New Zealand in the last eight with two games to spare, while the West Indies must wait to discover their fate.