India thrash West Indies by 318 runs to win first Test in Antigua

Jasprit Bumrah (left) celebrates with his India team-mates
Jasprit Bumrah took six wickets for 62 runs in the first Test against West Indies
First Test, Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua (day four of five)
India 297 (Rahane 81, Roach 4-66) & 343-7 dec (Rahane 102)
West Indies 222 (Chase 48, I Sharma 5-43) & 100 (Roach 38, Bumrah 5-7)
India won by 318 runs

India thrashed West Indies by 318 runs to win the first Test in Antigua.

India seamer Jasprit Bumrah took five second-innings wickets for just seven runs as the hosts fell to 100 all out.

Only Roston Chase (12), Kemar Roach (38) and Miguel Cummins (19) reached double figures as they were bowled out in under 27 overs.

India captain Virat Kohli had set West Indies 419 to win after declaring his team's second innings on 343-7.

The visitors posted 297 in their first innings before West Indies replied with 222 of their own.

With a first-innings lead of 77, India extended their advantage through Kohli (51), Ajinkya Rahane (102) and Hanuma Vihari (92) before declaring to leave Jason Holder's team with an unlikely run chase.

In reply, West Indies were five wickets down before the eighth over and their 10th wicket stand of 50 between Roach and Cummins was their highest of the second innings.

Victory puts India joint-top of the inaugural World Test Championship table,external-link albeit after just one game. The second Test begins in Jamaica on Friday.

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