Bengaluru, Mar 21 (ANI): West Indies brushed aside Sri Lanka by seven wickets in their World Twenty20 Super 10 match, with opener Andre Fletcher smashing an unbeaten 84. Fresh from the impressive six-wicket win over England on Wednesday, Windies skipper Darren Sammy won the toss at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru and put Sri Lanka in to bat first. Chris Gayle never made it to the crease but his services were scarcely missed as Fletcher smashed five sixes and six boundaries to seal a routine second Group One victory for his team. Fletcher said it was a difficult wicket to bat. The win was set up by a strong bowling performance by the Windies, with pace bowler Carlos Brathwaite drawing first blood by getting the in-form Tillakaratne Dilshan out lbw with his first ball of the match in the third over. Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews said a poor show by the batsmen, cost them the match. Dilshan, who scored 83 against Afghanistan on Thursday, had tried to set the tone, hitting his first ball for six and following that up with a boundary, but he was out for 12.