Live Scores - India vs West Indies, 3rd Test at Mumbai, Day 5: WI bowled out for 134

Indian players celebrate the dismissal of West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite on the fifth day AFP

By CricketCountry Staff

Mumbai: Nov 26, 2011

Pragyan Ojha bagged six wickets and R Ashwin four as India bundled out West Indies for a paltry 134 in the second innings on the fifth day of the third and final Test at Mumbai. Chasing 243 for victory, India reached 16 for no loss at lunch.

Earlier, on the fourth day, Sachin Tendulkar came agonisingly close to an unprecedented 100th international ton only to miss it by six runs but R Ashwin notched up his maiden century as India conceded a lead of 108 runs in the third Test against the West Indies which seemed headed for a draw on Friday.

While the packed Wankhede Stadium was stunned into silence after Tendulkar’s dismissal, Ashwin’s innings of 103 (118 balls; 15×4, 2×6), after his five-for with the ball, lifted India to 482 all out and helped him join an elite club on the fourth day.

The hosts hit back strongly when West Indies batted for the second time as left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha claimed the wickets of opener Adrian Barath (3) and Kirk Edwards (17) quickly but the visitors recovered to finish the day on 81 for two, an overall lead of 189 runs.

Brief Scores: West Indies 590 & 134 (Kraigg Brathwaite 34*, Darren Bravo 48, Kraigg Brathwaite 35; Pragyan Ojha 6 for 47, R Ashwin 4 for 34) lead India 482 (Ravichandran Ashwin 103, Sachin Tendulkar 94, Rahul Dravid 82, Gautam Gambhir 55, Virender Sehwag 37; Ravi Rampaul 3 for 95, Darren Sammy 2 for 90) & 16 for no loss (Gautam Gambhir 9*, Virender Sehwag 6*) by 227 runs.

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Pragyan Ojha bagged six wickets and R Ashwin four as India bundled out West Indies for a paltry 134 in the second innings on the fifth day of the third and final Test at Mumbai. Chasing 243 for victory, India reached 16 for no loss at lunch.

Earlier, on the fourth day, Sachin Tendulkar came agonisingly close to an unprecedented 100th international ton only to miss it by six runs but R Ashwin notched up his maiden century as India conceded a lead of 108 runs in the third Test against the West Indies which seemed headed for a draw on Friday.

While the packed Wankhede Stadium was stunned into silence after Tendulkar’s dismissal, Ashwin’s innings of 103 (118 balls; 15×4, 2×6), after his five-for with the ball, lifted India to 482 all out and helped him join an elite club on the fourth day.

The hosts hit back strongly when West Indies batted for the second time as left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha claimed the wickets of opener Adrian Barath (3) and Kirk Edwards (17) quickly but the visitors recovered to finish the day on 81 for two, an overall lead of 189 runs.

Pragyan Ojha bagged six wickets and R Ashwin four as India bundled out West Indies for a paltry 134 in the second innings on the fifth day of the third and final Test at Mumbai. Chasing 243 for victory, India reached 16 for no loss at lunch.

Earlier, on the fourth day, Sachin Tendulkar came agonisingly close to an unprecedented 100th international ton only to miss it by six runs but R Ashwin notched up his maiden century as India conceded a lead of 108 runs in the third Test against the West Indies which seemed headed for a draw on Friday.

While the packed Wankhede Stadium was stunned into silence after Tendulkar’s dismissal, Ashwin’s innings of 103 (118 balls; 15×4, 2×6), after his five-for with the ball, lifted India to 482 all out and helped him join an elite club on the fourth day.

The hosts hit back strongly when West Indies batted for the second time as left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha claimed the wickets of opener Adrian Barath (3) and Kirk Edwards (17) quickly but the visitors recovered to finish the day on 81 for two, an overall lead of 189 runs.