India captain Virat Kohli has spoken against comparing Prithvi Shaw to anyone, let alone Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag as the teenage opener is being likened to the batting greats after his century on Test debut.
West Indies announced its side for the limited overs series against India and there are a few surprises who feature on it.
The visitors ended day two of the first Cricket Test at Rajkot with 94 runs on the board for the loss of six wickets.
India would look forward to put up another clinical performance when they face a bruised West Indies side at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad on Friday. With this win, India have taken a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.
India captain Virat Kohli, however, does not want to burden the teenager with such expectations. Fast bowler Alzarri Joseph, who is on the road back from a stress fracture of the back he suffered late previous year, has been included for the ODIs pending a fitness test. Joseph was included in the Test squad for India too, before being ruled out after two fitness assessments. The T20I squad features some key players of the side, who were not part of the team's recent assignments. The tour has already kick started with the first Test in Rajkot where Windies faced an innings defeat.
Any hopes West Indies had of finding further immediate breakthroughs were then dashed as Shaw and Pujara combined in a 206-run second wicket stand to consolidate the innings.
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Worth mention here Kuldeep has become the world's second youngest player to join the five-wicket club in Test format in India.
India started with the spin-pace combination of Kuldeep and Mohammad Shami. And the second Test would be last shot to get back into a good frame of mind before the Australia series, which could be a make or break for him.
They were bundled out for 181 in 48 overs before lunch and were expectedly forced to follow-on.
Bishoo was the most "successful" bowler for West Indies although his four wickets came at a cost of 217 runs.
Chase followed with 12 runs added, bowled off the inside edge, attempting to drive Ashwin and in the same over, debutant Sherman Lewis played back and was also bowled by one he mis-read.