India vs West Indies Live Score, 1st Test Day 2: Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant In Cruise Control As India Cross 400

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India’s Prithvi Shaw denoted his Test make a big appearance with a splendid century as India finished Day 1 of the opening Test against the Windies on 364/4. Prithvi Shaw (134 off 154 balls) hoarded all the spotlight on the opening day of the principal Test as he turned into the most youthful Indian, at 18 years and 329 days, to score a Test century on presentation. Winning the hurl, India selected to bat however were managed a colossal blow as opener KL Rahul left for a duck in the specific first over of the day. In any case, youthful Prithvi Shaw and Cheteshwar Pujara hung together an association of 206 hurries to guarantee that India don’t lose any more wicket. Pujara, who was rejected for 86, supplemented the youth well as the guests kept the scoreboard ticking.

After Pujara and Prithvi were expelled, Virat Kohli (72*) and Ajinkya Rahane hung together a 105-run association to heap on the weight. While Kohli struck his twentieth Test fifty and looked strong in the center, his agent Rahane left for 41.

Live updates between India versus West Indies, first Test, Day 2, straight from Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot

10:44 IST: FOUR! Great arrangement from Rishabh Pant on that event. Hits the ball in the middle of the two defenders standing near one another at point. Timing on the ball takes it over the fence. Gasp has moved into the eighties now with that limit. IND 449-4 after 103.5 overs.

10:41 IST: Six and 100-run organization interferes with Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant. What a superb strike that was from Pant. Pummels Devendra Bishoo over profound mid-wicket limit for a six on the last bundle of the over. IND 440-4 after 103 overs.

10:37 IST: Bowling change for Windies! Devendra Bishoo comes in to supplant Keemo Paul.

10:34 IST: Four and a Six! Rishabh Pant is on the charge straightaway after beverages break. Pummels Roston Chase for a limit and a gigantic six (over long-off) on the initial two conveyances of the over. Delightful footwork from the left-hander against the spinner. IND 427-4 after 101.2 overs.

10:30 IST: Drinks break – End of first hour of play on Day 2 and India are to finish everything. IND 417-4 after 101 overs.

10:27 IST: Six and 50 for Rishabh Pant! Furthermore, what an astounding strike to get to his fifty. Flicks the ball conveniently over profound mid-wicket limit for a six. Fifty for Pant has come in snappy time also. Only 57 balls for it. IND 416-4 after 100.2 overs.

10:18 IST: Tidy begin from Roston Chase. Only one keep running from his first finished. Keemo Paul will proceed from the opposite end. IND 402-4 after 98 overs.

10:15 IST: Bowling change for Windies! Off-spinner Roston Chase comes in to supplant Sherman Lewis. IND 401-4 after 97 overs.

10:09 IST: 400 up for India! Rishabh Pant pulls the short ball from Sherman Lewis towards fine-leg, takes a simple single and 400 comes up for India after 96 overs. The organization between Virat Kohli (88) and Rishabh Pant (37) has now proceeded onward to 63 runs.

09:59 IST: FOUR! Another limit for Rishabh Pant. Shannon Gabriel bowls it on the cushions and Rishabh Pant flicks the ball to mid-wicket to gather four runs. Gabriel is losing the plot here. Yields the second limit of the over. IND 398-4 after 94.3 overs.

09:57 IST: Four and 50-run organization comes up between Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant. Another great organization in the center request for India. Both batsmen have looked strong appropriate from the begin on Day 2. IND 389-4 after 94 overs.

09:53 IST: Short ball system working for the Windies against Rishabh Pant. Sherman Lewis delves the ball in short and Rishabh Pant goes for an ostentatious draw. Confuses the ball. That could have been a wicket for the them however the ball misses the mark. The profound square leg defender gathers the ball on the ricochet. IND 387-4 after 93.2 overs.

09:46 IST: FOUR! Lovely cover drive from Virat Kohli. Spans to the pitch of the ball from Shannon Gabriel and times it to flawlessness. 3000 Test keeps running for Virat in India. IND 381-4 after 92.1 overs.

09:40 IST: Tidy begin from Shannon Gabriel from the opposite end. Two keeps running from his first finished. IND 373-4 after 91 overs.

09:35 IST: First over from Sherman Lewis on Day 2 produces seven runs. Shannon Gabriel will bowl from the opposite end. IND 371-4 after 90 overs.

09:32 IST: FOUR! First limit of the day for India. Sherman Lewis battling with his line in his first finished. Once more, bowls on the cushions and Rishabh Pant flick the ball to square leg to gather his second limit. IND 369-4 after 89.4 overs.

09:32 IST: First keep running on the board for India on Day 2. Sherman Lewis floats on to the cushions and Virat drives the ball to the on-side for an agreeable single. IND 365-4 after 89.3 overs.

09:29 IST: Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant are out in the center to begin Day 2 for India. Sherman Lewis will begin the procedures for the Windies.

09:01 IST: Indian captain Virat Kohli warming up in front of the begin.

09:00 IST: We are 30 minutes from the begin on Day 2.

08:45 IST: Youngster Prithvi Shaw stole the spotlight on Day 1 with a his record thump on Test make a big appearance. On Day 2, captain Virat Kohli (72) alongside Rishabh Pant (17) will hope to take India past the 500-run stamp.

08:30 IST: Hello and welcome to the live updates of Day 2 of the principal Test among India and the Windies.

Kohli looked set for another hundred and was batting nearby Rishabh Pant (17 not out off 21) at the end of play. Eighty-nine overs were knocked down some pins on the very beginning with India scoring at 4.08 runs for every finished. The West Indies gave a major mishap even before hurl with the very late withdrawal of chief Jason Holder, looked customary, best case scenario on the field. Excepting pacer Shanon Gabriel (1/66), none of the bowlers agitated the Indian batsmen on a greenish surface which did not appear to do much.

The resistance assault was a long way from undermining yet due credit must be given to Shaw, who batted like a prepared campaigner in his first counterpart for India. His back-foot play off the pacers was a treat to the eyes and when spinners were conveyed, he was not reluctant to utilize the long handle.