India Vs West Indies 2nd Test Day 3 Live Cricket Score: India win series 2-0

Debanu Das | October 14 2018, 5.22 pm IST

5.21 PM IST

The series against West Indies saw a revelation in Prithwi Shaw. Ajikya Rahane looked to be in good form and Rishabh Pant seems like a dependable guy when it comes to batting and keeping. Bas 90s mein out mat ho yaar! Can he replace MS Dhoni? Maybe. But MSD is likely to be main keeper in ODIs for now. Having saiud that, Pant will have to treat every match as an audition for his place in the team. Meanwhile, KL rahul needs to get back to his good ol' days if he wants to selected for the tour against Australia or even the upcoming ODIs. Alright guys, thanks for tuning in to for the Live updates. We'll see you again soon. Goodbye!

5.18 PM IST

That's it. It's a VICTORY for India. A clinical effort by the hosts ensures that they seal the series 2-0. A lovely drive from Prithvi Shaw saw the ball race all the way to the boundary. Quite fitting isn't it, for the winning runs to come from the blade of the young lad? This will be the second time India finished the match in three days in this series, and will be India's 10th series win in a row at home.

5.13 PM IST

Scores are level folks. We're just a shot away from winning :)

4.53 PM IST

Devendra Bishoo is an experienced bowler. At 32, he's got 110 scalps to his name and has best figures of 49/8 in 33 matches. He nearly claimed the wicket of Shaw, who in his enthusiasm wanted to go for the big shot, but was beaten by the flight. The keeper failed to grab the ball and missed out on the stumping. Calm down Prithvi, this match is for us to win, mate.  

4.40 PM IST

West Indies is in full attacking mode right now, especially Holder. The skipper knows there's not a lot of runs to defend so he's going all out, targetting Shaw with a battery of short balls and yorkers. Shaw paid the price for taking his eyes off the ball, and it rammed into his helmet.

India Vs West Indies 2nd Test Day 3 Live Cricket Score: India win series 2-0

Live Update

India take on guests West Indies in their second and final test on this tour. India ruthlessly defeated West Indies in the first Test by a record innings and 272 runs. The second match looks fairly lop-sided too with India not likely to face any challenge from the West Indies. We, however, are pretty bored of the no-show by the visitors and are hoping that, even if they go down, they do it with a fight.