India defeated West Indies by 257 runs on the fourth day of the second Test here at…
After the West Indies lost the first test against India by a hefty margin of 318 runs in Antigua, the Caribbean skipper, Jason Holder, said although there is so much to be disappointed with his team’s performance, there was no point in ‘dropping our heads’.
Ajinkya Rahane said, “The start of our inning initially was freaky as wicket was very tricky and sticky. I thought West Indies bowler did pretty well in that session.” “The partnership between me and KL Rahul was crucial in that particular situation.
With the two-match test series, India and West Indies will begin their campaign in the test championship on August 22. The West Indies cricket team practiced ahead of first test match against India in Antigua on August 21. The players were seen vigorously training for the test match.