|Second Test, Georgetown (day three):|
|India 201 v West Indies 190 & 20-0|
Ishant Sharma took Test-best figures of six for 55 to help India establish a narrow first-innings lead over West Indies in the second Test in Barbados.
Replying to India's 201, West Indies were bowled out for 190, with India then 23-0 in their second innings after a protracted day's play.
The day was marred by confirmation that India captain MS Dhoni was erroneously dismissed in the first innings.
Dhoni was given out but only after the TV umpire was shown the wrong replay.
The error came on the first day after Dhoni was caught by Shivnarine Chanderpaul off the bowling of Fidel Edwards but on-field umpire Ian Gould suspected the delivery may have been a no-ball.
Gould sent the decision to third umpire but instead of being shown a replay of the no-ball, Gregory Brathwaite was shown a replay of the previous delivery leading to Dhoni's incorrect dismissal.
India have consistently been against the use of the current technology which is used to help umpires in their decision-making, and had vetoed the use of the Decision Review System (DRS) for this summer's Test series in England although their stance has since softened.
However India did at least have the satisfaction of taking a first-innings lead.
Marlon Samuels was the top scorer for the West Indies with an unbeaten 78, but the hosts' last three wickets fell for only four runs.
From 186-7 West Indies lost their last three wickets for four runs as Sharma became the fifth youngest bowler to reach 100 Test wickets.