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Ind vs WI 2nd Test highlights: India win by 10 wickets, clinch series 2-0

It was all in West Indies' favour as they picked 6 wickets and derailed India's progress.

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Over 17: One more needed to clean sweep the series. Four. India win by 10 wickets.  Over 16: Just one needed. Rahul gives Shaw the opportunity to score the winning run.  Score after 16 overs IND 71-0 Over 15: Single taken. Another single.  Score after 15 overs IND 69-0 Over 14: Nice save, 2 bys. Nicely driven for a single. 7 needed.  Score after 14 overs IND 66-0 India need 6 to win Match extended for half hour.  Over 13: India Need 12 more. Easy pickings for India.  Score after 13 overs IND 62-0 Over 12: Four runs to Prithvi Shaw.  Score after 12 overs IND 58-0

It all went bad for West Indies right from the start of their second innings, Umesh Yadav got on the second ball of the innings and then it all fell too soon, got Powell out in the fourth over. It was who soon got rid of Hetmyer in the 13th over, and then Jadeja got Shai Hope in the 14th over. West Indies were 76/6, leading by 20 runs at Tea.

EARLIER

India were all out for 367 runs in their first innings as Jason and Shannon Gabriel picked quick wickets on the third day of the second Test match against West Indies. India now lead by 56 runs.

After a favourable second day, India started their campaign with Rahane and Pant eyeing their centuries but West Indies had some other plans. First, surprised Rahane with his bounce and pace and the batsman ended up goiving a catch at slips, Jadeja replaced Raahane but he lasted for a few minutes as trapped him for LBW just two balls after.

Pant and were on the crease and then Gabriel it was to dismissed Pant on 92, Hetmyer took a brilliant catch at cover.
Three quick wickets just minutes after the start of the day provided filip to West indies, at one point it looked that India would cruise to massive score but they were on backfoot yet again, 

Holder got his 5-wicket hall after dismissing Kuldeep Yadav, while Gabriel also picked 3 wickets to keep West Indies in clear fight against India. showed some fight in the lower order but he did not find much company as wickets kept falling from the other end. Kuldeep and Umesh departed on meagre scores and then it was Ashwin who fell at last off Gabriel's delivery. Overall, West Indies have taken long strides since day 2 and it remains to be seen how their batsmen perform now, a lot depends on that for Windies.

First Published: Sun, October 14 2018. 09:14 IST

Ind vs WI 2nd Test highlights: India win by 10 wickets, clinch series 2-0

It was all in West Indies' favour as they picked 6 wickets and derailed India's progress.

It all went bad for West Indies right from the start of their second innings, Umesh Yadav got on the second ball of the innings and then it all fell too soon, got Powell out in the fourth over. It was who soon got rid of Hetmyer in the 13th over, and then Jadeja got Shai Hope in the 14th over. West Indies were 76/6, leading by 20 runs at Tea.

EARLIER

India were all out for 367 runs in their first innings as Jason and Shannon Gabriel picked quick wickets on the third day of the second Test match against West Indies. India now lead by 56 runs.

After a favourable second day, India started their campaign with Rahane and Pant eyeing their centuries but West Indies had some other plans. First, surprised Rahane with his bounce and pace and the batsman ended up goiving a catch at slips, Jadeja replaced Raahane but he lasted for a few minutes as trapped him for LBW just two balls after.

Pant and were on the crease and then Gabriel it was to dismissed Pant on 92, Hetmyer took a brilliant catch at cover.
Three quick wickets just minutes after the start of the day provided filip to West indies, at one point it looked that India would cruise to massive score but they were on backfoot yet again, 

Holder got his 5-wicket hall after dismissing Kuldeep Yadav, while Gabriel also picked 3 wickets to keep West Indies in clear fight against India. showed some fight in the lower order but he did not find much company as wickets kept falling from the other end. Kuldeep and Umesh departed on meagre scores and then it was Ashwin who fell at last off Gabriel's delivery. Overall, West Indies have taken long strides since day 2 and it remains to be seen how their batsmen perform now, a lot depends on that for Windies.

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