India declared their first innings at 421 in Dominica Test, clinched a lead of 271

The first match of the 2-match test series being played between India and the West Indies is played at Windsor Park in Dominica. In the first 2 days of the game, a great performance from Team India was seen. Following this, in the third day’s game, the Indian team declared their first innings by scoring 421 runs with the loss of 5 wickets. The India team took a 271-run lead with the West Indies first innings score.

When the match of the first session of the third day began, Yashasvi Jaiswal did not take long to cross the 150-run mark in his debut test. Following this, Team India got the third stroke of the inning with a score of 350 from Yashasvi, who became the victim of Alzarri Joseph after scoring 171 runs. A 110-run partnership for the third wicket was seen between Virat Kohli and Yashasvi.

After Yashasvi Jaiswal returned to the pavilion, vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane, who came out to bat, was unable to do anything special and returned to the pavilion after scoring just 3 runs. After this, Virat Kohli got the support of Ravindra Jadeja. Meanwhile, Kohli completed his 29th Test half-century. By the end of the first session, the Indian team had reached their 250-run lead by scoring 400 runs.

After this, with the start of the second season, the Indian team got the fifth blow from the hand of Virat Kohli. Kohli returned to the pavilion after being dismissed by Cornwall after playing a brilliant 76-run innings. There was a 49-run partnership for the fifth wicket between Virat and Jadeja. The India team then declared their first innings with a score of 421. Kemar Roach, Alzarri Joseph, Cornwall, Warrican and Athanaj took 1-1 wickets for the West Indies.

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