New Delhi: The second day of the first Test between India and the West Indies ended. The hosts were all out for 297 runs. Chasing a victory target of 189 runs set by the West Indies, Ishant Sharma scored 189 for 8 in the stipulated 20 overs. Jason Holder (10) and Miguel Cummins (0) are at the crease. Ishant Sharma was the top scorer with 42 runs in the first innings. Chasing a victory target of 108 runs set by India host West Indies were all out for 108 runs in their first innings.
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The West Indies, who were batting after the Indian team's outing, did not make a good start and suffered their first loss on 36. On the last ball of the eighth over, Shami gave Campbell his first success by beating Campbell on 23 runs. Ravindra Jadeja then gave windy third blow in 20.3 overs. Jadeja gave Shamar Brooks (11) a catch out at Rahane's hands and paved the way for the pavilion. Bumrah gave India the fourth success by lbw out Darren Bravo (18) on the first ball of the 30th over.
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From here, Roston Chase tried to handle the innings but he returned to the pavilion after Ishant Sharma's catch on the ball. Ishant made him catch out at the hands of KL Rahul. After that, the wickets fell to the windy squad. For Windies, Roston Chase (48), Shimon Hetmeyer (35) and Shai Hope contributed 24 runs. Chasing a victory target of 297 runs set by Team India, Team India scored 297 runs in the first innings with the help of sub-captain Ajinkya Rahane (81) and Ravindra Jadeja (58).
After losing four wickets in 100 overs, the difficult team India was handled by middle-ranked players and small innings led the team to a respectable score. For the West Indies, Kemar Roach scored 4 wickets while Shannon Gabriel scored the highest three wickets.
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