Staying true to the storyline, India secured a convincing victory by a huge margin of an innings and 272 runs to register their biggest victory in Test cricket. After wrapping up the Windies for 181 runs, India enforced the follow-on and then bundled the visitors out for 196 to take a 1-0 lead.
Brief scores: India 649/9 dec (Virat Kohli 139, Prithvi Shaw 132; Devendra Bishoo 4/215, Sherman Lewis 2/93) beat Windies 181 ( Roston Chase 53, Keemo Paul 47; Ravichandran Ashwin 4/37, Mohammed Shami 2/22) & 196 (Kieran Powell 83, Roston Chase 20; Kuldeep Yadav 5/57, Ravindra Jadeja 3/35) by an innings and 272 runs.
Shaw came, saw and conquered
The audience for the India-Windies series suddenly became a substantial one for more reasons than one. Firstly, for those die-hard India fans, it was a welcome break from the
After Shaw, Pant thrills once again
While Virat Kohli never lost his calm in front of youngsters going gung-ho and scored yet another century, Rishabh Pant took the bowlers to cleaners to score his second 50+ scores in as many matches. A century was there for the taking, but his dismissal was the
Spinners join hands to wrap up Windies
After picking up the first six wickets in one session, India was sure that the game was pretty much done and it was all about time. Spinners then lived up to the lofty reputations and despite the wicket was still bowling friendly, they didn’t let their lower-order batsmen any time breathe. Roston Chase was the only batsman who didn’t allow the bowler to dominate him, but his stay was cut short by Ashwin after the former completed his half-century and the team eventually bundled out for 181 as India enforced
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