Rohit-Yashaswi scored a century on the second day, India leading by 162 runs on the basis of first innings.

The second day of the Dominica Test being played between India and the West Indies was also named after the Indian team. After pooling the Windies team to 150 runs on the first day, by the end of the second day’s play, they took a 162-run lead based on the first innings. On India’s second day, captain Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal got to see century innings with the bat. By the end of the day’s game, the Indian team had scored 312 runs in their first innings at the loss of 2 wickets. Yashasvi Jaiswal was unbeaten on 143 and Virat Kohli scored 36 runs.

In the first session game of the second day, the two lead batsmen for the Indian team began to move the innings carefully. Both took the team past the score of 100 runs. Meanwhile, Yashasvi Jaiswal also completed his first half-century in Test cricket. At the same time, captain Rohit Sharma also completed his fifteenth half-century in Test cricket. When play was stopped at lunch, the Indian team’s score was 146 runs without losing. India scored a total of 66 runs in the first session.

With the start of the second session after lunch, Rohit and Yashasvi started pushing with speed to speed up the scoring. Meanwhile, Yashasvi Jaiswal earned his place in a special club by scoring a century in his debut Test. At the same time, a 200-run partnership for the first wicket was also seen between captain Rohit and Yashasvi.

It didn’t take long for Rohit Sharma to complete his 10th Test century either. He though he returned to the pavilion after scoring 103 runs. The Indian team landed the first strike with a score of 229 in this match. At the same time, Shubman Gill, who came out to bat at number 3, returned to the pavilion after making just 6. At the end of the second session, the Indian team’s score was 245 runs with the loss of 2 wickets.

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In the last session of the day, Yashasvi Jaiswal and Virat Kohli gave the West Indian bowlers no chance to come back. While batting carefully, both shared a 72-run partnership for the third wicket. At the end of the day’s game, the score has reached 312 runs. India now lead by 162 runs on the basis of first innings. While Yashasvi plays 143, Virat plays scoring 36 runs. On the second day of the West Indies, Athnaje and Warrican took 1-1 wickets.

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