West Indies went from 202 for 3 to 225 all out !!
INDIA 353, 157/ (39.0 OVER) CR R. 4.03
India lead by 285 runs on day 4 against West Indies, that will day perhaps define Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s role in the Kohli era. Despite a rained-out day and the slow rate of scoring in the first two innings, India entertained thoughts of winning the St Lucia Test thanks to a masterful spell of swing bowling from Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Amazing cricket and with a spell of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and his best performance 11.4-6-16-5 as West Indies went from 202 for 3 to 225 all out. Past lunch, it was Bhuvneshwar and Jadeja who turned the match around with the second new ball.
After West Indies first inning, then came the attacking intent KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan, from India who marched initially at around and KL Rahul 28(24) and c Braithwaite b Cummins. Shikhar Dhawan 26(48) is trapped by Roston Chase as India loses their third wicket 72 on the board.
V Kohli lbw b with 4(17) and partnership of A Rahane and RG Sharma make strong run for India, Rahane and Rohit made up for the slow start, ending the day with 51 off 93 and 41 off 57, but the time wasted through dropped catches and the mid-innings slowdown could just end up costing India a five-six over burst with the second new ball on day five.