Mumbai, March 31: West Indian captain Darren Sammy said before the match that their semi-final match with India felt like a "David versus Goliath", but reminded that it was "David" who won against the giant.
Sammy's words proved to be true as the Caribbeans overhauled a mammoth Indian score of 192/2 at the Wankhede Satdium here with 7 wickets to spare to make their second final of the T20 World Cup. They will meet England in the final to be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday (April 3).
Lendl Simmons, who hit an unbeaten 82 off 51 balls in his very first match of the tournament, took his team despite getting life a number of times. He was caught off no-balls twice during his innings.
India, on the other hand, lost their third major semi-final at the Wankhede Stadium after the 1987 World Cup and the 1989 Nehru Cup.