North Sound, Aug. 25 -- India stamped their authority on this first Test match on day three, an unbroken 104-run partnership between Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane helping India to a 260-run lead with seven wickets in hand.
The morning session probably belonged to West Indies. Resuming play on 189/8,
Jason Holder farmed the strike well to keep Miguel Cummins safe. The pair ended up
putting on a partnership of 41, to which Cummins contributed no runs. When Holder
was dismissed by Mohammed Shami, Cummins decided to go on the attack, and was
bowled by Jadeja with the first aggressive shot he played. A forty-five ball duck, the
fifth-longest in Test history.
And a valuable one, it felt. West Indies put on 43 from their overnight scor...