India vs West Indies, 2nd Test Live Score: Mohammed Siraj Registers Five-Wicket Haul, India Bowl Out West Indies For 255


IND vs WI Live, 2nd Test, Day 4: Team India aim to bundle out West Indies on Sunday.© AFP

WI vs IND, 2nd Test, Day 4 Live Updates: Mohammed Siraj registered a five-wicket haul as India bundled out West Indies for 255 runs, taking a first innings lead of 183 on Sunday. The hosts, who resumed play at 229 for 5 on Day 4, lost the remaining five wickets in no time. Mukesh Kumar dismissed Alick Athanaze before Mohammed Siraj struck four times in quick succession to get better of Jason Holder, Alzarri Joseph, Kemar Roach and Shannon Gabriel. India had posted 438 in first innings with the help of Virat Kohli’s 121. (Live Scorecard)

Here are the Live Updates of Day 4 of the 2nd Test match between India and West Indies, straight from Trinidad:

  • 19:55 (IST)

    IND vs WI, 2nd Test, Day 4 Live: WICKET! Windies all out for 255!

    Mohammed Siraj takes his fifth wicket by trapping Shannon Gabriel right in front of the stumps. Umpire has raised his finger and even a review can’t save the batter. India take a first-innings lead of 183 runs against West Indies.

    WI 255 (115.4)

  • 19:51 (IST)

    IND vs WI, 2nd Test, Day 4 Live: OUT!

    Mohammed Siraj takes his fourth wicket. Kemar Roach departs as Ishan Kishan takes a good catch behind the stumps.

  • 19:40 (IST)

    IND vs WI, 2nd Test, Day 4 Live: Three wickets for 15 runs!

    Mohammed Siraj gets Alzarri Joseph and that is the third wicket for India for only 15 runs on Day 4. India had no luck with the new ball on Day 4 but today it they are making the ball talk. West Indies are on the verge of getting all out. They still trail India by 194 runs.

    WI 244/8 (111.4)

  • 19:39 (IST)

    IND vs WI, 2nd Test, Day 4 Live: OUT!

    Another wicket for India! Jason Holder has dismissed by Mohammed Siraj. That’s the second wicket for Siraj in the innings and now it seems that this Test can have a result as we have around two full days of play left unless rain has some other plans.

    WI 233/7

  • 19:30 (IST)

    IND vs WI, 2nd Test, Day 4 Live: WICKET!

    That’s a good start for India on Day 4. Alick Athanaze has been dismissed by Mukesh Kumar. That is the second wicket for the debutant. He had earlier dismissed Kirk McKenzie on Day 3.

    WI 229/6

  • 19:01 (IST)

    Meanwhile, in Colombo…

    India A are chasing 353 runs against Pakistan A in the final match of ACC Men’s Emerging Asia Cup 2023. They are one down after losing the wicket of Sai Sudharsan in the tight chase. You can follow the live updates of the game HERE

  • 18:48 (IST)

    IND vs WI, 2nd Test, Day 4 Live: India have an edge!

    India took the new ball after a lot of delay on Day 3. They picked the red cherry after 102.5 overs. The guests then bowled 5.1 overs with the new ball before umpires called for Stumps due to the fading light. While they were unlucky enough to not get any wicket with the new ball on Day 3, today will be a good opportunity for the Indian bowlers to put pressure on West Indies as the ball is still new.  A lot will depend on how India bowl today.

  • 18:32 (IST)

    IND vs WI, 2nd Test, Day 4 Live: What happened on Day 3?

    Debutant Mukesh Kumar removed Kirk McKenzie before rain forced early Lunch on Saturday. In the second session, Ravichandran Ashwin removed Kraigg Brathwaite to provide India the much-needed breakthrough. The West Indies skipper fell for 75 runs. In the third session, Mohammed Siraj bowled Joshua Da Silva after Ravindra Jadeja got the wicket of Jermaine Blackwood. Check highlights HERE
  • 18:09 (IST)

    Welcome guys!

    Hello everyone, welcome to the live blog of Day 4 of the second Test match between India and West Indies, straight from Trinidad. The match hangs in balance as West Indies are 229 for 5, still trailing India by 209 runs. Stay connected for all the live updates.

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