by FP Sports Jul, 23 2016 IST
India's captain Virat Kohli looks to the skies after scoring his first double-century during Day two of the first cricket Test match against West Indies at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.
Captain vs captain: Virat Kohli puts away a Jason Holder delivery towards the boundary as he raced to 150 runs off 208 balls in 274 minutes during the first innings.
The pitch gets a bit of action as Virat Kohli scores his first double century in international test cricket! Surely the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium now holds a special place in Kohli's memories.
Ravichandran Ashwin plays a shot under the watchful eyes of West Indies wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich. Ashwin now has three centuries to his name, against Windies.
Ashwin's century effort was appreciated by fellow spinner Amit Mishra as India amassed a massive 566 runs in the first innings. AP
West Indies wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich stumps his Indian counterpart and batsman Wriddhiman Saha during the Day two proceedings. AP
India's Umesh Yadav bowls to West Indies' Rajendra Chandrika after tea. Chandrika was the only Windies player to lose his wicket on Day 2. AP
India's Ravichandran Ashwin bowls against West Indies. India restricted Windies to 31/1 as Day two came to a close. AP
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