India beat Windies by 10 wickets to complete another clean sweep

uyIndia beat West Indies by 10 wickets in the second Test to secure a 2-0 decisive victory of the series. Umesh Yadav added four more wickets to the six he had in the first innings, in this way completing his maiden 10-wicket pull in Test cricket. His execution earned him a man of the match grant. West Indies collapsed for a measly 127 in their second innings, leaving India with 72 runs to pursue. Openers Prithvi Shaw and KL Rahul took the hosts home. With 237 runs, 18-year-old Shaw finished the series as the highest scorer by a reasonable margin and was announced man of the series.

On Day 3, India just figured out how to add 59 runs to their medium-term add up to, taking a lead of 56 runs. Both Ajinkya Rahane and Rishabh Pant, who began the day with the bat for India, failed to finish their hundreds, which was there for the taking, getting dismissed for 81 and 92, respectively. Jason Holder got five wickets as India were knocked down some pins out for 367.

West Indies neglected to rehash their first innings execution and never figured out how to get a partnership going. Sunil Ambris remained the most noteworthy scorer for the guests in the second innings with 38 runs, trailed by Shai Hope's 28. Aside from Umesh's four-for, Ravindra Jadeja got three wickets, R Ashwin took 2 wickets and Kuldeep Yadav grabbed one wicket, as India bowled out Windies for 127.

India had won the first match of the series in Rajkot by an innings and 272 runs, their biggest triumph in Test cricket. West Indies batted first in the second match and got themselves five down for only 113 runs. Skipper Jason Holder at that point stalled out in with Roston Chase and set up a 104-run association. Holder scored 50 while Chase proceeded to score his fourth Test century. India accordingly made 367 with Prithvi Shaw setting the base and Ajinkya Rahane and Rishabh Pant expanding on it.

The Test Series will now be succeeded by the ODI fixtures starting 21st October.