India coach and former England boss Duncan Fletcher will fly home to South Africa today following the death of his mother reports BBC Sport.
Fletcher was in attendance at the Kia Oval yesterday as India beat West Indies by eight wickets to secure qualification for the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy.
Shikhar Dhawan hit his second century in a row as the Indians eased to victory, eliminating Pakistan - who were beaten by South Africa a day earlier - in the process.
Chasing the West Indies total of 233-9 from their 50 overs, Dhawan hit his unbeaten 102 from just 107 deliveries as India secured the result with more than 10 overs to spare, and for the loss of just two wickets.
Despite his team already being qualified, Fletcher will fly back for his team's final group game against Pakistan on Saturday.
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