India vs West Indies 1st Test: Six R Ashwin of windows, which gave him a long game for a rookie second best in India, and Shivnarine Chanderpaul fast runs and Darren Sammy took the game in opposite directions and left in a state of delicate balance. India were left with 276 to get a first win in seven tests, which if handled would be his third biggest pursuit of success. India could be called the heart of how only one of 10 wickets was a direct consequence of the misconduct of the field is in the West Indies in the way of his last innings leftovers leading increasingly variable bounce.
The first session of the day, however, seemed a continuation of an exercise in making the Kotla pitch look sinister. India had begun yesterday, the loss of 10 wickets for 120 runs, and this slow track with low bounce, but manageable, the West Indies found a way to lose four rings in the first hour. It could have been three wickets in the first three overs, but was denied one by the referee and Ishant Ashwin failed to catch the opportunity of the half.
The beneficiaries, Kirk Edwards and Darren Bravo, a total of 27 for the fourth window. Edwards played a positive, reaching three four of the first four overs of spin, but for some reason he opted to direct delivery only to give his wicket Umesh Yadav opener. Grillo continued uncertain. Bravo put the pad forward to Ashwin and was caught by one that was not as expected. Ashwin then cleaned Marlon Samuels with one of his carrom ball first in Test cricket. Ashwin regularly used in the limited variation in the cricket off, but had not done in the beginning of the test until he got through the defense of Samuels.