2nd Test: India on course for series sweep against West Indies after batters’ blitzkrieg


An ultra-aggressive approach from the batters after Mohammed Siraj produced career-best figures in the morning session gave India a chance to win the second Test as West Indies ended rain-marred Day 4 at 76 for two in chase of an improbable 365 in Port of Spain on Sunday. Claiming figures of 5 for 60, Siraj allowed India to bundle out West Indies for 255 in their first innings after the hosts began the day at 229 for five.

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