West Indian bowlers were intelligent and pegged back India. Sir Andy Roberts was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 3/32. The likes of Malcolm Marshall, Michael Holding and Larry Gomes claimed two wickets each. Joel Garner claimed one wicket as well.
Madan Lal was the hero after getting the key wickets of both Haynes and Richards. He finished with figures of 3/31 in 12 overs. Amarnath, who had earlier contributed with the bat, claimed 3/12. Balwinder Sandhu made his presence felt with two crucial wickets.
Kapil went on to amass the most runs for India in the tournament (303). His 175* against Zimbabwe was the highest individual score in the tourney. Roger Binny claimed the most wickets in the World Cup (18). Lal finished as the joint-second highest wicket-taker (17).