Player of the Match
Player of the Match

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Best performances - Batsmen

GH Vihari
111(225) 16x4 - 0x6
Control %82%
  • Productive Shot
  • flick
  • 42 runs
  • 5x4 - 0x6
6 20 9 2 19 8 15 32
V Kohli
V Kohli
76(163) 10x4 - 0x6
Control %85%
  • Productive Shot
  • flick
  • 28 runs
  • 2x4 - 0x6
8 10 9 6 19 5 13 6

Best performances - Bowlers

JJ Bumrah
JJ Bumrah
O12.1
M3
R27
W6
Eco2.21
RHB
OFFLEG
1W1W
1W
1W
  • FTFULL TOSS
  • YYORKER
  • FFULL LENGTH
  • GGOOD LENGTH
  • SGSHORT OF GOOD LENGTH
  • SSHORT LENGTH
LHB
LEGOFF
2W
JO Holder
JO Holder
O32.1
M9
R77
W5
Eco2.39
RHB
OFFLEG
1W
1W
1W1W
  • FTFULL TOSS
  • YYORKER
  • FFULL LENGTH
  • GGOOD LENGTH
  • SGSHORT OF GOOD LENGTH
  • SSHORT LENGTH
LHB
LEGOFF
1W

Match Details

Toss

West Indies , elected to field first

Player Of The Match

Match number

Season

Hours of play (local time)

9.30 start, Lunch 11.30-12.10, Tea 14.10-14.30, Close 16.30

Match days

30,31 August, 1,2 September 2019 (5-day match)

West Indies replacement

J Blackwood for DM Bravo (West Indies 2nd innings, 16.2 ov)

TV Umpires

Reserve Umpire

Match Referee

Points

India 60, West Indies 0

Scorecard Summary

INDIA 416(140.1 OVERS)
1ST INNINGS

WEST INDIES 117(47.1 OVERS)
1ST INNINGS

INDIA 168/4d(54.4 OVERS)
2ND INNINGS

WEST INDIES 210(59.5 OVERS)
2ND INNINGS

Scorer: Chandan Duorah | Commentator: Sreshth Shah (@sreshthx)

2pm That's all from us at ESPNcricinfo. Here's our match report for the game. Till then, on behalf of everyone here, it's time for us to bid goodbye. Hope you enjoyed our coverage. Thanks for being with us.

Maunik: "Why no player of the series?" -- No clue yet! The post-match presentation had no mention of the Man-of-the-Series award

1.50pm Time for the presentation.

Virat Kohli, the winning captain: "Pretty comprehensive again. We played good cricket, and getting the result in the manner you want is crucial as a team. We were put under pressure in a couple of sessions. While batting, there were some tricky situations but it took some character from the boys. Hanuma was the standout batsman, but Ajinkya in the second innings, Mayank in the first innings, Ishant with the fifty - it was an innings full of grit. According to the surface, Vihari's innings was top class. He looks confident and the dressing-room feels calm when he bats. He's always willing to improve and correcting his mistakes. Plays with a lot of heart. Up to do anything for the team. That's why he invariably plays crucial innings for us. Young career for him so far, but he showed why he's been backed by this team. Being the most successful Test captain? It's a by-product of the team we have. Our bowlers are amazing. Shami was great, Ishant bowling his heart out, Jadeja bowling a long spell. Captaincy is just a 'C' in front of your name. It's a collective effort. West Indies will understand the areas they need to improve. From a bowling point of view, West Indies were amazing. Kemar and Jason were their standout bowlers. If they get enough runs on the board, they'll be a very dangerous opposition in Test cricket."

Jason Holder, the losing captain: "Obviously disappointed. Didn't play a complete game in either match. Lots of problem with the batting. Need to put scores and fight out the tough periods. Tough question on how to fix the batting. It's an individual thing. Quite a bit of time till we play the next Test match so time for players to take some ownership. Pleased with the bowling. We were just commenting that we have been on the field in every single day of this Test series, and every single time our bowlers have delivered. India are a quality side. They wore us down. They knew our bowling was good, so they made us work hard for the wickets. And when we got the chance to bat, we didn't bat well enough. That's the quality of a good team, of playing the patience game. No complaints on the pitch. Once you work hard as a a batsman, you can score runs."

Hanuma Vihari, Man of the Match: "Maiden Test hundred feels great. Missed out on the hundred in the last match, so was focusing on a big score this time. We were 200 for 5 in the first innings, and that was my goal while batting with Rishabh Pant. You had to be patient on this wicket, and select the ball where you'll score runs. There was something for the bowlers, so you need to wait for the balls. Took some calculated risks against the spinners. Even in the second innings, the template worked well for me. I have not played a Test match at home yet, but I'm looking forward to the opportunity. Special batting in front of home crowd."

Abhi: "Kohli deserves his moment in the sun as India's most successful Captain. That brilliant run out changed everything !!"

1.40pm Cornwall and Ashwin pose for a picture as the two teams shake hands after the contest. Ravi Shastri is seen chatting with a few West Indian support-staff members as well - good to see the camaraderie between the two teams. Looking forward to see who gets the Man-of-the-Match award though. Bumrah was excellent in WI's 1st innings but Vihari, who got a hundred and a fifty both times India batted, seems to be in prime contention for that prize.

pawan: "Both wi innings finished under 60 overs so no deduction for low over rate. "

Mukundan: "Should have been a victory by an innings and 80 odd runs if there was a follow on. Nevertheless, well played India!"

1.35pm So that's 120 points for India as they extend their lead on the World Test Championship's points table. It's their eighth-straight Test series win over West Indies. Kohli's 28th victory now takes him past MS Dhoni (27) to become India's most successful Test captain.

shiva: "I cannot sleep in peace until i get to know who did kohli point at towards the gallery when celebrating earlier"

Ankur Mehra: "@shiva - Virat Kohli was pointing to a person in the crowd who was probably shouting or speaking way too much out of turn. Cameras pointed at him some time later."

59.5
W
Jadeja to Holder, OUT, middle stump gone! But they'll check for the no ball. Full on off, and angling into middle stump. Holder misses the slog, and Jadeja knocks his stumps back. India win by 257 runs

JO Holder b Jadeja 39 (53m 35b 9x4 0x6) SR: 111.42

59.4
4
Jadeja to Holder, FOUR runs, full on leg, and he goes down on his knees to slog through the leg side. But the shot's been inside-edged instead, and Pant couldn't get behind it either
59.3
0
Jadeja to Holder, no run, length ball outside off stump, and punched to wide long off
59.2
0
Jadeja to Holder, no run, full on off, and defended off the back foot
59.1
0
Jadeja to Holder, no run, length ball on off, and he flat-bats a shot to mid-on

END OF OVER:
59 | 4 Runs 1 Wkt | WI: 206/9

  • Shannon Gabriel0 (1b)
  • Jason Holder35 (30b)
  • Mohammed Shami16-2-65-3
  • Ravindra Jadeja19-4-54-2
58.6
0
Mohammed Shami to Gabriel, no run, full on off, and whipped to midwicket

Here's WI's No. 12

West Indies 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st9KC BrathwaiteJD Campbell
2nd28DM BravoJD Campbell
3rd18SSJ BrooksDM Bravo
3rd42SSJ BrooksRL Chase
4th1SSJ BrooksSO Hetmyer
5th61SSJ BrooksJ Blackwood
6th18SSJ BrooksJO Holder
7th0JN HamiltonJO Holder
8th3JO HolderRRS Cornwall
9th26KAJ RoachJO Holder
10th4JO HolderST Gabriel