India vs West Indies Final Test Day2, match preview and highlights

India vs West Indies Final Test Day2, match preview and highlights

India vs West Indies Final Test Day2, match preview and highlights, we have brought to you from Rajiv Gandhi international stadium Hyderabad

 

India vs West Indies Final Test Day2, match preview and highlights

 

 

India vs West Indies Final Test Day2, match preview and highlights
India vs West Indies Final Test Day2, match preview and highlights

 

 

The second and last Test match of the Test series between India and the West Indies is being played in Hyderabad. Until the first day’s play in this match ends, the team has scored 295 runs for 7 wickets.

At this stage, Royce Chase (98 runs) and Devendra Bishoo (02 runs) are at the crease. On the first day of the game, Rosen Chase and team captain Jason Holder played a good inning and brought their team to a respectable score.

Jason Holder was dismissed by 52 runs but he made a comfortable 104-run partnership with Chase for the seventh wicket to improve the team’s position.

 

West Indies Batting

 

Ashwin gave the West Indies the first blow, opener Opener Kieran Powell caught by Ravindra Jadeja.

After this, Kuldeep Yadav gave Craig Braithwaite a second blow to the visiting team by LBW.

Fast bowler Umesh Yadav made the third blow to the West Indies, he got LBW out of the ink hop.

Shimron Hetmayer became the second victim of Kuldeep Yadav, the Chinaman bowler gave him LBW out.

Kuldeep was the only one to get Sunil Ambreesh caught by Jadeja in his third innings and 5th wicket.

Umesh Yadav gave the sixth blow to West Indies by giving LBW to Shaun Dowrich.

Team Captain Jason Holder scored a brilliant 52 and shared more than 100 partnership with Chase.

Holder was caught behind the wicket by Rishabh Pant bowled Umesh Yadav.

 

 

India vs West Indies Final Test Day2, match preview and highlights

 

Today is the second day of the match between India and the West Indies, hoping that the entire team of the West Indies will be all-out till lunch after then India will bat for at least 2 days.

 

The Indian bowlers did a very good job and with the West Indies, the players were dismissed within 300, hardly the batsmen would be able to make 50 runs, then the West Indies team would all be out

 

In the match, Shardul Thakur got an opportunity to debut in the test from India. He was in the team Shami was replaced in the last eleven.

Although the first day was not good for Shardul and he got hurt in the second over of his spell and got out of the ground. Shardul was able to throw only 10 balls.

After being out of the field, he did not return to the field again on the first day.

 

 

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