India vs West Indies - Highlights & Stats

Tanya Simon
October 16, 2018

Prithvi Shaw and KL Rahul remained unbeaten on 33 and 33 respectively as India sealed the second Test against West Indies by 10 wickets in Hyderabad on Sunday.

West Indies coach Stuart Law has been suspended by the International Cricket Council for the first two of his side's five one-day internationals in India.

After conceding the two-match Test series against India, West Indies have suffered a major jolt as their head coach has been handed a two-match ban for inappropriate comments made towards the TV umpire and the fourth official.

Indian fast-bowler Umesh Yadav has replaced fellow speedster Shardul Thakur in India's squad for the first two ODIs against West Indies at Guwahati and Vishakapatnam on 21, 24 October as confirmed by the BCCI on Tuesday.

It was another dominant performance from India as they continued their good run at home to record their 10th straight Test series win on home soil. Leading the team from the front, Windies skipper Jason Holder took a five-wicket haul and restricted hosts with a lead of 56 runs.

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Rishabh Pant's 152 runs fifth-wicket stand with Ajinkya Rahane, who made 80, was the highlight India's first innings.

Out of the four innings in this series, West Indies couldn't cross the 200-run mark thrice which was a testimony to their plight during the series.

West Indies' biggest hope Roston Chase (6) got a sharp inswinger while Shane Dowrich (0) played on with Umesh getting his ninth wicket of the match.

The right-armer, who had figures of 6/88 in the first innings, bagged four wickets in the second innings conceding 45 runs and was also adjudged the "Man of the Match". Ten deliveries into his Test career, the Mumbai pacer was forced off field with a groin strain and will now sit out of action for the entire duration of the ODI series.

Ambris and Holder (19) delayed the inevitable after tea, adding 38 for the seventh wicket to keep India wicket-less for almost 40 minutes.

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