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By The Numbers: India's dominance over West Indies (0:49)
'Our top order has really let us down in recent past' - Holder (1:32)
At 18, none of us were even 10 percent of the player Prithvi is - Kohli (1:59)
Agarkar: West Indies need to show a bit more resolve (1:02)
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1dBharath Seervi

Holder's dream year with the ball

Holder is the first bowler since 2003 to have 30 or more wickets in a calendar year with an average of under 15

Walsh: Ambris' approach better but big ask for WI (1:13)
Walsh: Consistency, confidence reasons for Holder's success (3:00)
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2dAlagappan Muthu In Hyderabad

Big Jase shines bright for beleaguered West Indies

From not getting places to train to losing key players, it has been a difficult tour for West Indies but their captain has stood up to the challenges on and off the field

'My first century away from home, so it's special' - Chase (1:46)
Agarkar: An important innings for Rahane and India (2:14)
Agarkar: Very uncharacteristic of Kohli to miss a straight ball (0:49)
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3dThe Report by Sidharth Monga

Pant, Rahane shore India up from precarious position

For the first time in the series, West Indies managed to put India under pressure, but Ajinkya Rahane and Prithvi Shaw bailed them out of a spot of bother, not without the help of lacklustre fielding

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3dAlagappan Muthu in Hyderabad

Roston Chase masters spin and shows the way

While the other batsmen struggled to score runs or played reckless shots, West Indies' No. 6 rescued them with a near-spotless 98 not out

Batting Chase higher is a big ask - Stuart Law (1:27)
Agarkar: Chase, Holder made Indian bowling look flat (0:47)
Agarkar: Roston Chase showed his class again (0:46)
Agarkar: Hope's wicket before lunch was a real bonus for India (1:50)
Walsh: Powell needs to be more selective with his shots (2:12)
Agarkar: Shardul has ability to pick up quick wickets (2:18)

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