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India wins 3rd test against west Indies

IND 353, 217/7 decl
WI 225, 108-all out (47.3 Ovs)

India notched a king sized victory against West Indies with a 237 runs margin on the last day of 3rd Test. The first test was comfortably won by India and the second test was drawn by West Indies. The third test was started with a bit of rain and after the disappointment of the third day’s play; team India saw its domination against the hosts. 
Indian Cricket Team
On the last day of 3rd Test, Indians were completely exceptional with their bowling skills at Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia. A day lost to rain, a match headed into the realms of boredom and that spell from Bhuvneshwar spun it all around. Plotted an exaggerated collapse on day 4 to open the floodgates for India.

Indian bowlers Bhuvaneshwar Kumar and Ravi Ashwin had bowled brilliantly to cut down West Indies score to 108 all-out and Ravi Chandran Ashwin was awarded as the man of the match. Though it was a very tough decision to choose the man of the match as Saha, Bhuwaneshwar, Ashwin trio did completely well which resulted in a huge margin.

India lowered West Indies by 237 keeps running in the third Test at St Lucia. With this win India have taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the four-match arrangement. They will hope to make it 3-0 by winning the fourth and last Test at Port-of-Spain. India set West Indies an objective of 346 to win the third Test with right around a whole day to go. India scored some snappy keeps running on the last day and pronounced when they thought they had enough on the board. India got each of the 10 West Indies wickets in pretty much two sessions. West Indies were knocked down some pins out for only 108, which is their second most minimal aggregate against India in Tests.
Ajinkya Rahane top-scored for India in the second innings with an unbeaten 78 and Rohit Sharma contributed with 41. It was not all smooth cruising for India, who ended up in a spot of trouble in the underlying stages after they were lessened to 126 for 5 on Day One. Ravichandran Ashwin and Wriddhiman Saha then met up and sewed a 213-run stand for the 6th wicket, which brought India again into the amusement, However they could include just 14 more pursues the association was broken.

West Indies began off well with the bat. They were 107 for 1 at stumps on Day Two. The third day of the Test was washed out and after that, India took complete control of the amusement. They never let go of their control from that point forward and enlisted a far reaching win at last.