Lokesh Rahul’s tremendous performance of 158 runs led India to reach a score of 358 in second day of the second test. He played on 303 balls to reach his third test century on foreign soil. For the second wicket a partnership of 121 runs was built with Cheteshwar Pujara, who scored 46 runs off 159 balls with four boundaries.
Rahul stood with the skipper adding 69 runs from his side where as Virat Kohli could not meet the expectations and gave away his wicket scoring 44 off 90 balls with 4 boundaries and a six.
While Confident Ajinkya Rahane stood unbeaten on the crease by knocking 42 off 87 balls and Wriddiman Saha accompanying him with 17 off 43 balls and Ravichandran Ashwin was dismissed from the crease by Devendra Bishoo.
Roston Chase managed to send skipper Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan back to pavilion where as Lokesh Rahul was sent back by the Caribbean skipper Shannon Gabriel.