Auto Refresh

India vs West Indies, Highlights, 2nd Test at Hyderabad, Day 3, Full Cricket Score: Shaw, Rahul guide India to 10-wicket win

Date: Sunday, 14 October, 2018 17:59 IST Match Status: Match Ended
Venue: Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad

West Indies in India 2 Test Series 2018 2nd Test Match Result India beat West Indies by 10 wickets

311/10
Overs
101.4
R/R
3.07
Fours
34
Sixes
3
Extras
11
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Jomel Warrican not out 8 19 0 1
Bowling 0 M R W
Umesh Yadav 26.4 3 88 6
Shardul Thakur 1.4 0 9 0
367/10
Overs
106.4
R/R
3.45
Fours
41
Sixes
3
Extras
19
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Shardul Thakur not out 4 12 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Shannon Gabriel 20.4 1 107 3
Jason Holder 23 5 56 5
127/10
Overs
46.1
R/R
2.75
Fours
16
Sixes
1
Extras
1
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Devendra Bishoo not out 10 28 2 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Umesh Yadav 12.1 3 45 4
Ravichandran Ashwin 10 4 24 2
75/0
Overs
16.1
R/R
4.66
Fours
5
Sixes
1
Extras
9
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Prithvi Shaw not out 33 45 4 0
Lokesh Rahul not out 33 53 1 1
Bowling 0 M R W
Jason Holder 4 0 17 0
Jomel Warrican 4 0 17 0
  • Another dominating performance and another series win for India at home. On the other hand, not a great series for Windies. They were better in Hyderabad than the first Test but still miles behind Virat Kohli and Co. 

    The five-match ODI series between the two nations starts from October 21 at Guwahati. We will be back on the same date with live scores and over-by-over updates. Till then, take care and goodbye.

  • Virat Kohli, Indian captain: We didn't expect that in the morning to be honest. I think West Indies played really well to put us in that situation. With the ball, we were clinical. We just needed to step up with the intensity. The guys stepped up really well. Finishing inside three days was never on our mind. We were better today, and throughout the course of the Test match. If you look at the three guys that have come through, they have grabbed their opportunities really well. In this Test match, I want to single out Umesh. Picking 10 matches in a Test matches by a fast bowler is an outstanding achievement. I am especially delighted to see how he stepped up in the absence of Shami and Shardul. It's a great luxury to have, and we have a problem of plenty to be honest. We had a headache to choose out of some many good bowlers. I'm really happy to see these guys fit, hungry. We want to take this forward, and bat well away from India as well. This game was tougher compared to the last one. Partnership between Rishabh and Ajinkya was heartening to see. That 146-run partnership is something that we want to see more often. I want to thank the crowd as well. They were outstanding. 

  • Shaw: It was a happy moment for me, finishing a game for India. It's a moment of pride. My first international series and winning it 2-0 with a Man of the Series award is a great feeling. Everyone is like a family now, it's not like a junior and senior situation anymore. I don't know what's happening next, I'm just enjoying this moment.

  • Prithvi Shaw is named Player of the Series

  • Umesh Yadav, Player of the Match: First of all I would like to tank my teammates for their support. I knew that I was the only fast bowler playing and felt that I had a good chance. I just kept going for wickets and kept trying my best. We are enjoying each other's company; it is very healthy competition and keep playing for each other and for the team.

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    STATS HIGHLIGHTS:

    Visiting pacers with a 50+ score an a 5-for in a Test in India:

    Bruce Taylor, Kolkata, 1965
    John Lever, Delhi, 1976
    Ian Botham, Mumbai WS, 1980
    Malcolm Marshall, Kolkata, 1983
    JASON HOLDER, Hyderabad, 2018*

    This was the seven occasion of both Windies openers dismissed for a duck in Tests. 

    Indian bowlers taking three wickets in four balls in Test cricket:

    Ravi Shastri v New Zealand, Wellington, 1981
    Kapil Dev v Australia, Adelaide, 1985
    UMESH YADAV v Windies, Hyderabad, 2018*

    Ten wicket-hauls by an Indian pacer at home:

    11/146 - Kapil Dev v Pakistan, Chennai, 1980
    10/135 - Kapil Dev v West Indies, Ahmedabad, 1983
    13/132 - Javagal Srinath v Pakistan, Kolkata, 1999
    10/133 - UMESH YADAV v West Indies, Hyderabad, 2018 

  • Umesh Yadav is named the Player of the Match.

  • Jason Holder, West Indies captain: After the first Test, we were struggling early on. Put ourselves in a good position. India are obviously better than us. Seamers got wickets, Umesh got 10 wickets, I got five. In hindsight, you can say we could've gone with an extra seamer. We need to apply ourselves a little more. Think I'm playing pretty good cricket. Just a matter of keeping it going. I love playing Test cricket, and it is my favourite format. 

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Prithvi Shaw:


    - Youngest Indian to hit the winning run in Tests (18y 339d)
    - Second youngest overall to hit the winning run in Test cricket after Pat Cummins (18y 198d)

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    Most consecutive Test series wins at home:

    10 - Australia (1994-2001)
    10 - Australia (2004-2008)
    10 - INDIA (2013-Present)*

  • Vaibhav Shah, Firstpost Correspondent at Hyderabad

    Was quite a teaser in the end that one, but on a day where sixteen wickets fell, hosts, India won the second Test in the 92nd over of the third day with all 10 wickets intact, taking the series 2-0.

    Umesh Yadav headlines the second Test with a stellar show with the ball claiming his maiden 10-wicket haul in Tests.

    Vital knocks from Shaw, Rahane and Rishabh in the first innings.

    From the Windies Chase and Holder did try their best and make things as competitive as they could, but the World No 1 side was way too strong as they complete the two match Test series that took a total of six playing days.

  • Ravi Shastri, Indian coach: Lot of positives. What we said, when we play at home, its easy to get carried away. We wanted to develop on good habits. You get a partnership, make sure its a big one. I think the boys really stood up to this Test. I felt really happy for him. It can be frustrating for Umesh when you have to sit on the bench. He got his opportunity here, and he grabbed it with both hands. What this will do is it will make him believe that he belongs to the best XI India can put out. What I liked was his consistency in this game. He's born to play cricket. When I saw him in England, you can see the number of years he's put into cricket. When you look at his game, he's a spectator's delight. Reminded me a bit of Sachin, a bit of Viru. And when he walks, there's a bit of Lara there. I think he has a bright future. I think he'll be fine. I sometimes think he tries too hard. He's a world-class player and works really hard at his game. Pant, big improvement in his keeping and with the bat as well. 

  • "It's been a good experience for me playing Test cricket. I always wanted to play Test cricket. It's been a good experience. Everyone's helping me to grow, wicket-keeping, batting everything. (On missing out on tons) I think about, but only a little. Need to grow as a cricket. (On his goals) Just playing my normal game and do good in one-days," says Rishabh Pant, who scored 92 at Hyderabad, to Manjrekar.

  • "It was good fun batting with him (Rishabh Pant). We were trying to build a partnership. He batted really well. I wanted to bat long and this innings has really helped me a lot. You can develop some bad habits but I wanted to bat long and correct those habits. We played very well throughout the series, In Rajkot, we batted really well but here, credit to Umesh Yadav. Even in the absence of one bowler, he bowled really well," says Ajinkya Rahane to Sanjay Manjrekar.

  • Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

    This is India's 10th consecutive Test series victory at home since the start of 2013. 

    10-wicket victories for India in Test cricket:

    v Pakistan, Mumbai, 1952
    v Pakistan, Chennai, 1980
    v New Zealand, Hyderabad, 1988
    v England, Mohali, 2001
    v Zimbabwe, Harare, 2005
    v New Zealand, Hamilton, 2009
    v Windies, Hyderabad, 2018*

    Most wins against West Indies in Tests:

    58 - Australia
    48 - England
    20 - Pakistan, INDIA*

  • India WIN!!!

    Shaw drives Bishoo for a four through the cover region to win it for India. A 10-wicket win and 2-0 series WHITEWASH!

  • After 16 overs,India 71/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 29 , Lokesh Rahul 33)

    A tight over form Chase as he leaks just two runs. India one run away from victory.

  • After 15 overs,India 69/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 28 , Lokesh Rahul 32)

    Three runs from the over and India are within touching distance of a win. Three more required

  • After 14 overs,India 66/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 27 , Lokesh Rahul 30)

    Two byes down the leg as both the batsman and keeper misses the ball and two more runs added through two singles. Six more needed for India to win

  • Vaibhav Shah, Firstpost Correspondent at Hyderabad

    Ten balls left in the day, eight to get. Crowd urges a six, will Rahul/Shaw finish it with a shindig?

  • After 13 overs,India 62/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 26 , Lokesh Rahul 29)

    Four more runs in the over brings the required runs to 10. An important innings for Rahul also, who is on 29, as he looks to find his form back

  • After 12 overs,India 58/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 25 , Lokesh Rahul 26)

    Seven runs added.The match has been extended by 30 mins. 14 runs needed.

  • FOUR! What a classy shot. Short, outside off stump delivery and Shaw punches it to deep point for a boundary

  • After 11 overs,India 51/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 20 , Lokesh Rahul 24)

    Shaw collects a single in front of point and that brings up 50 for India. Rahul also adds a single. 21 needed

  • After 10 overs,India 49/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 19 , Lokesh Rahul 23)

    Three runs form the over. 10 overs up. India need 23 runs more to win

  • Vaibhav Shah, Firstpost Correspondent at Hyderabad

    Play likely to extend past five. Will be surprised if Holder isn’t pulled up for slow over rate. Yes lots of wickets fell today but with five minutes to five, which is the added 30 mins of play, and still five overs are remaining in the day’s play.

  • After 9 overs,India 46/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 17 , Lokesh Rahul 22)

    Shaw comes down the pitch but misses the flighted ball but Hamilton fails to collect the ball and get him out. He then cuts Bishoo for a four. 26 needed to win. 

  • FOUR! Shaw survives a stumping and then cuts Bishoo towards third man for a boundary

  • Devendra Bishoo comes into attack.

  • After 8 overs,India 40/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 12 , Lokesh Rahul 21)

    Rahul gets a four behind wicket with a paddle sweep off Warrican's full toss delivery and then takes a single on the last ball to keep the strike

  • After 7 overs,India 35/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 12 , Lokesh Rahul 16)

    After two quiet overs, India raise the run rate again with a six-run over. 37 needed now

  • After 6 overs,India 29/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 9 , Lokesh Rahul 14)

    Rahul survives a stumping call as his foot never went up but it was almost on the line stuff. He then takes a single in the cover region. India need 43 to win

  • Vaibhav Shah, Firstpost Correspondent at Hyderabad

    Prithvi Shaw might not be the next Sachin Tendulkar, but Ian Gould for sure is no Steve Bucknor. Gould laughs and apologies to Holder after his short delivery that didn’t rise hit diminutive Shaw, who was ducking, on the arm. The crowds laugh too as it appears on the giant screen. Holder has a smile as Shaw survives on umpire’s call.

  • After 5 overs,India 28/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 9 , Lokesh Rahul 13)

    Shaw almost does a Tendulkar as he tries to duck under a bouncer. But the ball hits him on the body. The appeal was turned down by the umpire, so Holder reviewed and it's umpire's call with ball hitting the top of bails. Shaw meanwhile takes a leg bye, Rahul then adds a double before another single from Shaw.

  • After 4 overs,India 24/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 9 , Lokesh Rahul 10)

    Five runs from the over. So, the openers are in mood to chase it down quickly as they are scoring at the rate of 6

  • After 3 overs,India 19/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 6 , Lokesh Rahul 8)

    Another productive over for India as five runs gets added to their tally through five singles. Need 53 more to win

  • Vaibhav Shah, Firstpost Correspondent at Hyderabad

    Prithvi Shaw in some discomfort after a delivery from Holder that gained steep bounce hits him on his arm. He is getting some treatment as he grimaces in pain. He will continue to bat and the crowd appreciates it.

    Meanwhile all four floodlights have been switched on and it’s not even half past four.

  • After 2 overs,India 14/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 4 , Lokesh Rahul 6)

    Rahul smashes Warrican for a straight six to get off the mark. Looking more confident this time

  • SIX! Rahul charges down the ground and tonks Warrican over long-on for a six

  • Jomel Warrican comes into attack.

  • After 1 overs,India 8/0 ( Prithvi Shaw 4 , Lokesh Rahul 0)

    Four byes and a boundary from an inside edge. India are off to a flier with eight runs from the first over

  • FOUR! Inside edge and a four. Inswinging delivery from Holder takes the inside edge off Shaw's bat and runs to the boundary behind the wicket

  • Umesh Yadav hasn't quite been getting chances in Test cricket, with the likes of Bhuvneshwar, Bumrah, Shami around. However, his performance in the ongoing Hyderabad Test, in which he collected his maiden 10-wicket match haul, makes it a lot tougher for the team management to ignore him in the upcoming Australia tour. Vaibhav Shah throws light on why Umesh has made his case to be included in the playing XI in Australia in his piece here.

  • Jason Holder will bowl the first over. He bowls to Shaw.

  • KL Rahul and Prithvi Shaw have come out to bat.

  • Vaibhav Shah, Firstpost Correspondent at Hyderabad

    Umesh finishes with a maiden 10-wicket haul in Tests. Once again he leads his team off the field. Windies must be mighty disappointed with the way they batted in second innings, especially after their bowlers did well in morning session.

    So, India need just 72 runs to win and wrap the second Test again inside three days and win the series 2-0.

  • India need 72 to complete the clean sweep! 

    Windies 127 — ALL OUT! This innings got over rather quickly. A brilliant bowling performance from India and Umesh Yadav in particular. The pacer has scalped10 wickets in the match, first time in a Test. He was ably assisted by the spinners. 

  • Vaibhav Shah, Firstpost Correspondent at Hyderabad

    Day 1 - 7 wickets

    Day 2 - 7 wickets

    Day 3 - 15 already and we have 18 overs remaining

    Number 1 side-Number 8 side and Test Cricket

  • OUT! 10 wickets in the match for Umesh. His first in a Test match. A full pitched delivery outside off, Gabriel tries to slog it but ends up edging it onto stumps. Windies bowled out for 127.

    Gabriel b U Yadav 1(3)

  • After 46 overs,West Indies 127/9 ( Devendra Bishoo 10 , Shannon Gabriel 1)

    Windies are now nine wickets down as Ashwin removes Warrican. The lead now stands at 71. 

Latest Updates: Two byes down the leg as both the batsman and keeper misses the ball and two more runs added through two singles. Six more needed for India to win

The second Test between India and West Indies is being telecast on Star Sports 1 and 1 HD, Hindi 1 and Hindi 1 HD and Tamil 1. The India-West Indies live streaming will take place on Hotstar.

Report, Day 2: Ajinkya Rahane and Rishabh Pant hit contrasting half-centuries to put India on course for a sizeable first innings lead against the West Indies in the second Test on Saturday. The hosts were 308 for four at stumps, trailing the West Indies by three runs after Rahane, 75, and Pant, 85, put together an unbeaten 146-run fifth-wicket stand in Hyderabad.

File images of Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli and West Indies captain Jason Holder. Agencies

File images of Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli and West Indies captain Jason Holder. Agencies

Paceman Umesh Yadav also played a part in India's dominance with career-best figures of 6-88 that helped bowl out the West Indies for 311 early in the morning session. In reply, India were in trouble at 162-4 with West Indies skipper Jason Holder taking two wickets, including his counterpart Virat Kohli's prized scalp in the afternoon session. But the right-left batting combination of Rahane and Pant then ensured a wicketless final session.

Rahane played a cautious knock to register his 15th Test fifty while Pant was his swashbuckling self, hitting 10 fours and two big sixes in 120 balls. It was Pant's second successive 50-plus score after his 92 in India's first Test victory at Rajkot. "We have two set batsmen... Very heartening to see the way Rishabh and Ajinkya have approached the innings because both have been patient and very disciplined," India's batting coach Sanjay Bangar told reporters.

"Ideally if we can bat another two sessions we will be in a great position." Teenage opener Prithvi Shaw also smashed 70 off 53 balls as India mounted a strong reply, only to lose to their way after lunch. Shaw fell to left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican after hitting 11 fours and a six and Pujara went for 10 in the very next over off paceman Shannon Gabriel. Kohli tried to steady the innings with some fluent strokeplay as he built a 60-run partnership with Rahane but was denied what could have been his 20th Test fifty. Holder, who scored 52 in the first innings, trapped Kohli lbw for 45. He also bowled opener Lokesh Rahul for four in the morning session. - Chase special - The West Indies were hit by injury to wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich early in the Indian innings, and were forced to replace him with substitute Jahmar Hamilton behind the stumps. Hamilton was far from convincing and apart from a few misses down the leg side he dropped Pant on 24 off Gabriel.

Earlier, Yadav -- who lost his pace partner in debutant Shardul Thakur due to a groin strain on day one -- picked all the three West Indian wickets in the morning after the tourists started on 295-7. Roston Chase top-scored with 106, his fourth Test ton. He was eventually bowled by Yadav. "Umesh got the better of me today but I am still pleased with the century. It is my first century away from home, so it is a special one for me," said Chase. Yadav also got Gabriel on the next ball to become the first Indian paceman to get six wickets on home soil since Javagal Srinath's 6-45 against New Zealand at Mohali in 1999.

With inputs from AFP

Updated Date: Oct 14, 2018






Top Stories

Rank Team Points Rating
1 India 4397 116
2 South Africa 3712 106
3 England 4722 105
4 New Zealand 2354 102
5 Australia 3663 102
6 Sri Lanka 3668 97
Rank Team Points Rating
1 England 6918 126
2 India 7000 121
3 New Zealand 4753 113
4 South Africa 4785 111
5 Pakistan 4207 100
6 Australia 3759 99
Rank Team Points Rating
1 Pakistan 4979 138
2 India 4911 126
3 Australia 2953 118
4 England 2586 118
5 New Zealand 2803 112
6 South Africa 2334 111