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Chris Gayle and Narsingh Deonarine hit half-centuries to guide West Indies to a series-levelling, four-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the second one-day international.
Set a target of 207 at Guyana's Providence Stadium, skipper Gayle laid the foundation for his side's run chase with 88 off 111 balls at the top of the order.
Gayle's departure, bowled by Graeme Cremer (2-44) in the 42nd over, left West Indies on 168-5 and still needing another 39.
Number six Deonarine saw the hosts across the winning line with 13 balls to spare, finishing on a one-day best score of 65 not out.
Deonarine had added 83 with Gayle for the fifth wicket to steady the innings after a disciplined effort from Zimbabwe's slow bowlers had reduced West Indies to 85-4 at the mid-point.
Left-arm spinner Ray Price (2-31), who opened the bowling, accounted for Adrian Barath (7) and David Bernard (1), while off-spinner Greg Lamb (1-23) and leg-spinner Cremer (2-44) chipped in with the scalps of Shivnarine Chanderpaul (10) and Andre Fletcher (0) respectively.
Nikita Miller had earlier claimed 4-43 and held two catches as Zimbabwe were bowled out for 206 in 49.5 overs after opting to bat first.
Left-arm spinner Miller removed Tatenda Taibu (31), Stuart Matsikenyeri (2), Lamb (23) and Cremer (17), while fast bowler Kemar Roach chipped in with three wickets, including the key dismissal of Elton Chigumbura.
Chigumbura top scored with 50 off 72 balls to rescue Zimbabwe from 107-5 in the 26th over.
Vusi Sibanda was run out in the first over and Roach dismissed Hamilton Masakadza for 14, Miller taking the catch at third man, to leave Zimbabwe on 34-2 in the seventh over.
Brendan Taylor (47) and Taibu shared a 59-run stand for the third wicket but Taylor's exit, lbw aiming across the line against Gayle's off-spin, was the start of a collapse of three wickets in five overs.
Lamb and Chigumbura added 73 for the sixth wicket but went in successive overs, Lamb (23) sending a top edge back to bowler Miller and Chigumbura caught in the covers by Deonarine off Roach.
The tail subsided quickly in pursuit of quick runs and left one ball of the 50-over allocation unused.
The five-match series continues with the third instalment in St Vincent on March 10.