54 Runs scored by India between the 21st and 40th overs, including just one boundary.
With Dhoni walking to the pavilion the match also walked away from Virat Kohli who would have secured the five match ODI series with this win.
2 - Only two West Indian captains have had better bowling figures than Jason Holder's 5/27. There was no direction or urgency to how West Indies batted on a pitch much flatter than the one India fought hard on on Friday.
Tottering on 162 for seven, West Indies then scraped together 27 runs from the last 52 balls, in a meek end to the innings.
For the home team, Miguel Cummins, Kesrick Williams and Jason Holder have been impressive but they will be tempted to draft Alzarri Joseph in the mix. Leading is the batting department where the top three Indians, Mithali Raj, Smriti Mandhana and Poonam Raut have scored a total of 399 between them in their previous two matches of this tournament against England and West Indies.
We have already seen Kuldeep Yadav dominate the West Indian batsmen as he took three wickets in his debut game and it might be time for Rishabh Pant to do the same.
Holder was disappointed to have lost, and said: "Bowlers did a hell of a job". We are pleased we put up a win for everybody in the region.
"We've got to come hard, we've got to address our batting". The former skipper took a brilliant low catch diving towards his right to dismiss Shai Hope (25) in the 25th over of the innings off Pandya's bowling. The only goal to the innings seemed to be to not get bowled out. "They are honest and we can deal with it in an honest manner", he said.
With 17 needed off 15 balls, India could have easily won the match had Jadeja and Dhoni dealt in singles.
"I think the conditions were decent".
Dhoni's 70 not outs is the second best of all time, behind Proteas pace ace Shaun Pollock and Sri Lanka left-armer Chaminda Vaas. It was important to have a partnership at that stage. It was something the bowlers could defend, but they had to bowl well.
Kohli also gave Kedar Jadhav an opportunity to up the ante as he had given Hardik Pandya a go in the second game. When it comes to global cricket, it's important to know where to use your variety.
"Kedar is completely different player as he likes to express himself in the last 8-10 overs. The good thing is, compared to the last game, he bowled very well today".