wi vs ind india beat west indies by an innings and 141 runs, ashwin takes 12 wickets in match


Rossiu: The Indian team defeated the West Indies by an innings and 141 runs in the first Test. This is India’s biggest win outside Asia in terms of innings and runs. Earlier, Yashasvi Jaiswal became the third Indian to score 150 on debut while Virat Kohli struck a half-century as India bundled out the hosts for 130 after declaring at 421 for five on the third day of the first cricket Test against the West Indies. done. In this way he registered the biggest victory outside Asia. Ashwin, who was the hero of this victory, took five wickets in the second innings as well, taking 7 wickets.

Bad start in Windies’ second innings as well
West Indies’ second innings got off to a bad start and T Chanderpaul was dismissed lbw by Jadeja in the tenth over with eight runs on the board. Captain Braithwaite (seven) was caught by Ravichandran Ashwin at the hands of Rahane. In the third session, Ashwin became even more dangerous on a turning pitch. He picked up wickets at regular intervals and was the reason behind India’s biggest win in terms of innings and runs outside Asia.

India’s innings-win outside Asia

  • Innings & 2 runs vs Australia, Sydney, 1978
  • Innings and 46 runs vs England, Headingley, 2002
  • Innings & 90 runs vs Zimbabwe, Bulawayo, 2005
  • Innings & 92 by West Indies, North Sound, 2016
  • Innings & 141 ​​runs vs West Indies, Roseau, 2023

Ashwin took a total of 12 wickets
Ashwin lbw Blackwood for 5 runs and Jadeja sent Raymon Reifer to the pavilion on a personal score of 11 runs. After this, the hosts got piled up for 130 runs in no time. Ashwin, who took 5 wickets in the first innings, got 7 wickets in the second innings. That is, he took a total of 12 wickets in the match, while two wickets went to Jadeja and one wicket to Siraj.

India took a lead of 271 runs in the first innings
In response to West Indies’ first innings 150, India declared at 421 for five to take a 271-run lead. Playing on their yesterday’s score of 312 for two, India scored 88 runs in 29 overs in the morning session on the third day, losing the wickets of Jaiswal (171) and Ajinkya Rahane (three). Indian batsmen had to struggle a lot on a slow pitch which took a lot of turn.

Amazing batting of Yashasvi Jaiswal
Jaiswal, who scored a century on his Test debut, started off with a straight drive to Jason Holder. Left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican opened the bowling with Holder and Kohli found it difficult to play him. Kohli was given a life on 40 when Caribbean captain Kraigg Brathwaite dropped his catch. Kohli played Warrican’s ball on the off side but Brathwaite touched the ground in an attempt to take the catch.

Joined the list of Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma
Jaiswal, on the other hand, hit Warrican for a six. He became the third Indian batsman after Shikhar Dhawan (187) and Rohit Sharma (177) to score 150 on debut. He lost the wicket to Alzarri Joseph and could not score a double century. Rahane took an easy catch in the cover off Kemar Roach. After lunch, India lost the wicket of Kohli (76) while Ravindra Jadeja remained unbeaten on 37.

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