By the end of play on Day 2, India were powered by Rishabh Pant and Ajinkya Rahane, both of whom had struck half-centuries to take the total to 308 for 4.

Starting the day at 295/7, West Indies’ tail was blown away by Umesh Yadav who picked the remaining three wickets quickly. West Indies were all out for 311in the first innings

But West Indies best batsman on show, Roston Chase, got to his 4th Test hundred

Umesh Yadav claimed 6/88, the best figures for an Indian pace at home since 1999

In reply, India lost KL Rahul early to Jason Holder when the opener, in two minds, played one on to his stumps to depart for 4

However, Prithvi Shaw, continued from where he left off striking the ball beautifully, racing to 70 off just 53 balls. But he was dismissed by spinner Jomel Warrican

Cheteshwar Pujara was undone by Shannon Gabriel, edging one to substitute keeper Jahmar Hamilton for 10

Virat Kohli put on 64 runs with Ajinkya Rahane for the fourth wicket before being trapped in front by Holder for 45

During his knock Kohli surpassed Misbah ul Haq to become the Asian captain with most runs. He is eight on the list currently

Rahane and Rishabh Pant then drove India with an unbeaten stand of 146 runs for the fifth wicket

Rahane notched up his 15th Test fifty and remained unbeaten on 75

Pant curtailed his aggressive instincts but scored at a brisk pace reaching 85 off 120 balls.

India ended Day 2 at 308/4, trailing West Indies by just three runs