India were at 308/4 at stumps on the second day of Hyderabad Test. West Indies in their first innings scored 311 runs in reply to which India had a quite decent start with Prithvi Shaw shining with the bat. India are now just three runs behind West Indies.
Lokesh Rahul yet again faltered and had to depart early and Pujara
too could not do much with the bat, captain Virat Kohli
gave shape to the innings and was closer to his fifty but Holder's in-swinging delivery ended his inning.
After Kohli, Rishabh Pant
and Ajinkya Rahane stayed on the wicket, spent their own time and then charged at the batsmen, the duo made their respective fifties and are still not out.
shined with the bat yet again and was going strong at the score of 70 bbut he picked Warrican's delivery and mis-timed it, resulting in the loss of his wicket.
In the final session, India in 34 overs scored 135 runs, ourtesy, Rishabh Pant
and Ajinkya Rahane.
India were at 173/4 at tea on the second day of Hyderabad Test
match in Hyderabad.
continued his top-class form and cruised to his Test fifty against West Indies. Shaw started with boundaries and continued his assault, making it look really easy.
Lokesh Rahul, however, was not that lucky yet again as he had to depart on a meagre score of 4 runs.
India suffered two quick losses as shaw, who was going really strong, had to depart, Warrican ended his inning, Pujara
too followed him to the pavilion.
Kohli and Rahane were fresh on the crease, and had the task of building a big partnership. The duo gets to the task and added significant runs for the team.
Warrican and Bishoo provided good support with the ball for Windies.
Change of bowling worked for West Indies as they were able to get the key wicket of Virat Kohli
who was on 45, even a review ccouldn't help Kohli.
India scored 93 runs in the second session and lost three wickets. Kohli and Rahane put up a 60-run stand before Holder got rid of Kohli.
After Kohli's departure, India needed a solid partnership and both the bastmen ensured they did not make any mistake.
Rahane and Pant made their fifties in quick succession, strengthening their team's stand even further.
The last session, was flat for the bowlers as nothing much comes out of it for them and India looked comfortable.
Earlier, West Indies were all out for 311 runs in the first innings. Umesh Yadav took his second 5-wicket haul in Test macthes and ended up with a splended bowling figure of 88-6.
Roston Chase scored a century for West Indies, helping his team put up a over-300 run score on the board.