Shaw, Pant shine as India eye big lead against Windies

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West Indies were bundled out for their joint-lowest ever total on Indian soil as they slumped to a ten-wicket defeat inside three days on Sunday to suffer a 2-0 whitewash and extend their agonising 16-year wait for a Test victory against India.

Virat Kohli's side did an encore of 2013 series which India won by an identical margin in that year's most lopsided contest with Sachin Tendulkar's farewell taking limelight.

"Umesh (Yadav) has given us a selection headache and I like this headache", stated Shastri after the second Test match against West Indies in Hyderabad.

Captain Jason Holder spearheaded the attack, bowling superbly to finish with five for 56 - his fifth career five-wicket haul and third in four innings.

There was promise for the West Indies at one stage in the match after they bowled out India for 367 and limited the hosts' first innings lead to 56.

He received excellent support from left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja, who picked up three for 12, and off-spinner Ravi Ashwin, who finished with two for 24.

Opting for the new ball at the start, Holder and Gabriel struck early, combining to remove three Indian wickets for 14 runs in the space of 33 balls.

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Jason Holder (19) and Sunil Ambris (38) added 38 runs for the seventh wicket but once Holder edged one to Pant off Jadeja, any chances of the match going to the fourth day slowly disappeared.

Jomel Warrican went for seven and Gabriel (1) departed to Umesh to conclude the innings and bring up the bowler's 10th wicket.

During the third day of the second Test, West Indies batsman Kieran Powell nicked a ball off Ravichandran Ashwin, where Ajinkya Rahane tumbled to take the catch. Rahane added just five to his overnight score.

However, a rush of blood saw Hetmyer give Kuldeep Yadav the charge only to be caught by Cheteshwar Pujara at point.

"I have very much enjoyed my time with the West Indies and wish the staff and players every success", Law said after accepting the job.

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