Just like an afternoon walk on a winter’s day, it was. From the end of this Virat Kohli had awakened a second inevitable-looking hundred, Ravindra Jadeja had amused his home audience with a hundred, a run-out where he walked from mid-on and threw the stumps down like playing marbles, and a wicket off his original ball, Rishabh Pant had assaulted his way into 92, India had enrolled their greatest total against West Indies, and also the people ended the day 555 supporting with four first-innings wickets in hand.
It seemed so simple you’d be forgiven for denying that they played in 40-degree heat. The access to areas and balls supposed the India batsmen had to break a sweat once they resumed play for 4 days on the day at 364. Keemo Paul beating on his bat as a consequence of this, and sherman Lewis bothering Pant using the ball for approximately one over, was the period of drama in this Test.
India vs West Indies 1st Test Day 2 Highlights: