Daily Digest: India thrashing West Indies in first Test after declaring on 649 on day two

Sport360 staff 14:52 05/10/2018
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Good afternoon everyone, Jay Asser here giving you a bitesize look at what’s going on today in the world of sport.



India are in complete control of the first Test against the West Indies after declaring on 649 and taking five early wickets with the ball on day two in Rajkot.

Captain Virat Kohli was once again masterful to pick up his 24th Test century, becoming the second-quickest batsman to reach the mark, while youngster Rishabh Pant came oh so close to nothing his own ton as he fell on 92.

In total, the hosts piled up 142 runs in the morning session before decimating West Indies’ early order with wickets of Kraigg Brathwaite, Kieran Powell, Shai Hope, Shimron Hetmyer and Sunil Ambris.

Don’t miss any of the action by following our live ball-by-ball updates.


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After Rishabh Pant made an impressive 92 runs in India’s first innings against the West Indies, our man Ashish Peter broke down his fine display. Check out what Pant got right, got wrong and a verdict on his performance.



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