India 8 Wickets Away From Series Win Against West Indies

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Roach misses hat-trick as Windies peg back India

With Bravo and Blackwood both batting in the same innings, it gave West Indies the first 12-batsman Test scorecard under the protocol.

It was one of the most satisfying tours for skipper Virat Kohli as his team had clean sweep in two formats (3-0 in T20Is and 2-0 in Tests) while poor weather robbed them in another format (2-0 in 3-match ODI series).

1 - Shamarh Brooks' 50 is the only individual fifty recorded for the West Indies in this Test series.

Rahane struck eight fours and a six off 109 deliveries while Vihari, who notched his maiden hundred in the first innings, counted eight fours in a 76-ball knock. Once the partnership was broken, the hosts didn't last even ten overs. They later went on to win against the West Indies (home) and Australia (away).

The test match is Pant's eleventh worldwide career appearance in the longest format of the game, and on Day 3 of the game on Sunday, he claimed his 50th test victim when he took a catch behind the stumps to dismiss Windies opener Kraigg Brathwaite, off Ishant Sharma's bowling.

India's Jasprit Bumrah (centre) celebrates with India's captain Virat Kohli (left) and teammates after taking the wicket of Bangladesh's Soumya Sarkar for 25 during the 2019 Cricket World Cup warm-up match between Bangladesh v India at Sophia Gardens stadium in Cardiff, south Wales, on 28 May 2019.

First, he ended Rahul's 63-ball labour when he found the edge of the right-hander's defensive push, for wicketkeeper Hamilton to complete the catch moving to his right.

To Holder's point, the team's 14.95 batting average in the series, is the lowest ever for West Indies in a series.

Roach nearly had a hat-trick when Rahane nearly played on first ball, the ball narrowly missing the stumps off the inside edge.

With Rahul's wicket, Roach drew level with Sir Wes on 192 wickets before going past his fellow Barbadian with Kohli's scalp.

Former Australia captain Smith, 30, has replaced India's Virat Kohli as number one in the International Cricket Council's Test batting list announced on Tuesday.

In the just-concluded two Tests against the West Indies, Bumrah finished with 13 wickets at a strike rate of 9.23.

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