Sports Reporter: Wicket-batting assistants. There is also a chance of batting before winning the toss. Opponent pacer left the field in his second over. Everything was in favor of the West Indies. Nevertheless, their batting was risky. But the batting of Rootton Chase and Jason Holder has made themselves the end of the day with the Caribbean itself.
West Indies scored 295 for 7 in the second day of the second test against India in Hyderabad.
Chase and Holder rescued the West Indies, who have been struggling until the tea break. The pair added 104 runs for the seventh wicket. Captain Holder returned to 52 after being hit in the last afternoon. After batting with extraordinary batting, Chase finished the day with an unbeaten 98 runs.
The start of the West Indies in the morning was not too bad. Umesh Yadav was new to the new one. Mohammed Shami was re-elected on the first day of the year by surdulake Thakur. But the last Asia Cup pacer with a knee injury left the ground in his second over in Test debut.
The two Caribbean openers were playing well. In the first 11 overs, the two of them were beaten. Kieran Powell, who scored 83 in the last innings of the previous Test, was quite confident. But there is a little more confidence in the time of her. Ravichandran Ashwin came out with 22 wickets in the game.
The other wicketkeeper was Craig Brathwaite. Kuldeep Yadav’s outstanding delivery has left the batsman with 14 runs off 68 balls. The Chinese bowlers returned to Shimron Hotmayer and Sunil Ambrimas. In the second spell, Umesh Yadav was dismissed by Shive Hoppe (36). West Indies lost five wickets for 113 runs
Chase’s firmness began to stand in that disaster. His first partner, Shane Dowrich, was on the defensive. The wicketkeeper with 69 runs in the sixth wicket, chase a pair. Both of them are very good in the Indian spinners. But Umesh Yadav, who came back with an old threat to reverse swing, said. Dowrich was out for 30 runs,
Just then the West Indies get the best time of day. Chase and Holder took the team forward in a fantastic display of batting. The technique and footwork of both spins were followed.
In the final, Umesh broke the partnership with the second new ball. Holding his 52-run knock out as a short.
But Indian bowlers could not return to chase He was unbeaten on 174 with a superb temperamental 98 runs. Short score:
West Indies 1st Innings: 95th over 955 (Brathwaite 14, Powell 22, Hope 36, Hetmayer 12, Ambriss 18, Chase 98 *, Doorich 30, Holder 52, Bishoo 2 *; Umesh 3/83, Shardul 0/9, Ashwin 1/49, Kuldeep 3/74, Jadeja 0/69).