Sachin, Sehwag Congratulate India for Winning Test Series vs WI

India vs Windies,India vs West Indies,World Cup

India vs Windies,India vs West Indies,World Cup

India won the second Test against the West Indies at Hyderabad by 10 wickets and with that the series by 2-0 margin.

India took a slender lead of 56 runs in the first innings.

Apart from Umesh, off-spinner Ravindra Jadeja looked good for his three wickets, conceding just 12 runs.

Openers Prithvi Shaw (33 not out) and Lokesh Rahul (33 not out) guided the side home easily in just 16.1 overs on the third day of the Test.

India vs West Indies 2nd Test: India beat Windies comprehensively by 10 wickets and the social sphere is flooded with tweets that are hailing the performance of the Indian team.

Captain Jason Holder spearheaded the attack, bowling superbly to finish with five for 56 - his fifth career five-wicket haul and third in four innings.

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Yadav had rattled the West Indies top order earlier, sending back opener Kraigg Braithwaite on the second delivery of the innings.

Fast bowler Shannon Gabriel claimed three for 107, while left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican, in his first Test in almost three years, ended with two for 84. Rahane added just five to his overnight score.

The West Indies were hit by an injury to wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich early in the Indian innings, and replaced him with substitute Jahmar Hamilton behind the stumps. Brathwaite lazily clipped a leg-side catch to wicketkeeper Pant off Umesh, without a run on the board.

India's domination at home started with a 4-0 thrashing of Australia in 2012/13 and it was followed by series wins over West Indies (2-0 in 2013/14), South Africa (3-0 in 2015/16), New Zealand (3-0 in 2016/17), England (4-0 in 2016/17), Bangladesh (1-0 in 2016/17), Australia (2-1 in 2016/17), Sri Lanka (1-0 in 2017/18), Afghanistan (1-0 in 2018) and West Indies (2-0 in 2018/19).

Shai Hope then scored a gritty 28 before falling to Jadeja's guile. But he struck with his second ball, removing the latter for a duck.

Ambris and Holder (19) delayed the inevitable after tea, adding 38 for the seventh wicket to keep India wicket-less for almost 40 minutes.

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