West Indies produced another excellent performance to beat India in a World Twenty20 Super Eight clash at Lord's.
Having shocked Australia at the group stage, the Windies were again a transformed team from the one that had limped to Test and one-day defeats against England in May with Dwayne Bravo their match-winner.
He scored 66 from only 36 deliveries after earlier claiming four wickets as the West Indies romped to a seven-wicket victory.
India recovered from a slow start to set a 154-run target thanks largely to Yuvraj Singh's 67 but, despite struggling at the beginning of their innings, the West Indies eventually won with something to spare.
In the day's other game Sri Lanka showed why they are one of the favourites for the tournament by beating Pakistan by 19 runs.
In Super League, St Helens continue to set the pace at the top of the table after thrashing free-falling Castleford 50-10.
Sean Long was the star of the show as the Saints moved five points clear.
The Tigers actually took an early lead when Brett Ferres went over but Saints, helped by a spell of four tries in 15 minutes by Leon Pryce, Chris Dean, Keiron Cunningham and Jon Wilkin, eventually strolled to victory.
Kirk Dixon pulled a try back for the visitors but Saints ran in nine tries with Long, Jonny Lomax, Paul Clough and a brace from Kyle Eastmond completing the romp.
Meanwhile, second-placed Hull KR crashed to a 40-10 home defeat against in-form Harlequins.
Chad Randall scored the opening try for the visitors who eventually crossed the whitewash seven times.
David Howell and Will Sharp grabbed a brace of tries while Louis McCarthy-Scarsbrook and Chris Melling also went over. The Robins only managed two tries through Stanley Gene and Scott Wheeldon.
In tennis, Andy Murray is the sports betting favourite to win the AEGON Championships at Queen's Club after moving into the semi-finals with a straightforward victory against Mardy Fish.
The Scot takes on Spain's Juan Carlos Ferrero in the last four after easily beating his American opponent 7-5 6-3.
Ferrero progressed to the last four by beating Belgian Steve Darcis while, in an all-American semi-final, Andy Roddick faces James Blake.
Number two seed Roddick saw off Croat Ivo Karlovic 7-6 7-6 while Blake beat Russia's Mikhail Youzhny 7-6 6-3.
Former Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova reached the semi-finals of the women's AEGON Classic in Birmingham by edging past Belgium's Yanina Wickmayer 6-1 2-6 6-3.
She faces Na Li in the last four after the Chinese woman beat Stefanie Voegele 6-3 7-6.
The other semi-final will be between India's Sania Mirza, who saw off Melinda Czink 6-1 7-6, and Slovakian Magdalena Rybarikova, who easily beat Urszula Radwanska 6-3 6-3.