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Sep 03, 2019
7:59AM

India beat West Indies in 2nd cricket test at Kingston; Clinches series 2-0

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India beat West Indies by a thumping margin of 257 runs to win the second  Cricket Test and clinch series 2-0. Chasing a mammoth victory target of 468 runs set by India, West Indies were all out for 210 in their second innings on the penultimate day of the Test at Kingston, Jamaica last night. 

India produced a top-notch bowling performance to demolish West Indies as the series victory put them on top of ICC World Test Championship points table. For India, Ravindra Jadeja and Mohammed Shami claimed three wickets each. The victory was 28th in Tests for Virat Kohli making him the most successful Indian captain in the traditional format of the sport. 

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