WEST INDIES VS INDIA, 4TH TEST, DAY 2: WET GROUND PROVED TO BE MORE FATAL THAN RAIN

The second day of fourth Test was officially called off after the ground was unable to dry

 

 

Cricket gurus belive that the match will end up with a draw as two days passed but a single innings could not be accomplished. After the official calling off on the day two, West Indies still in their first innings with 62 runs on board. Losing 2 of their important wickets, the Caribbeans are struggling with both Indian team and the nature. Kraigg Brathwaite still on crease with 32 runs, putting 5 boundaries under his name. Marlon Samuels too on the ground with 4 runs. Darren Bravo was sent back on 10 which comprised of 2 boundaries with a strike-rate of 100.00, where as Leon Johnson could gather only 9 runs for his team.

 

Four Indian bowlers on the match started to fight, Ishant Sharma picked up an wicket after providing 7 runs in 5 overs including 3 maiden. Ravichandran Ashwin too was successful in sending a man of their rival back to pavilion. The other two bowlers, Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Shami were not successful in picking wickets but were tremendous in denting runs.   

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