2nd Test, Day 3: Windies 127 all out, India need 72 to win

WION Web Team Hyderabad, Telangana, India Oct 14, 2018, 04.24 PM(IST)

Virat Kohli (C) and bowler Umesh Yadav celebrate the dismissal of West Indies batsman Shannon Gabriel (R) Photograph:( AFP )

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Sunil Ambris top-scored for the tourists, who were beaten inside three days in the series opener in Rajkot, with 38.

West Indies were all out for 127 runs in their second innings, setting India 72 to win the second and final test in Hyderabad on Sunday.

Sunil Ambris top-scored for the tourists, who were beaten inside three days in the series opener in Rajkot, with 38.

Umesh Yadav claimed 4-45 to complete a match haul of 10 wickets, while spinner Ravindra Jadeja returned figures of 3-12.

West Indies were 76 for 6 in their second innings at tea on the third day. 

Earlier,  Ashwin and Shradul Thakur took India's lead to 56 runs after the team was bowled out for 367 runs at lunch on the third day.

India made 367 in reply to Windies 311 runs. 

Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant top scored with 92 after being involved in a 152-run fifth-wicket stand with Ajinkya Rahane, who made 80.

Ashwin made 35 before being bowled by Shannon Gabriel in an extended first session. His was the last wicket Windies took to end Men in blue's innings. 

Windies captain and pacer Jason Holder took five wickets to end India's inning and gave just 56 runs in 23 overs he bowled.