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Indian batsman Hanuma Vihari, who was the standout performer for the team in the Test series against West Indies, has credited coach Ravi Shastri for his success.

India completed a 2-0 victory over West Indies with yet another comprehensive triumph at Jamaica by 257 runs. The victory made Virat Kohli India's most successful Test captain

Jasprit Bumrah, on Saturday, became only the third Indian after Harbhajan Singh and Irfan Pathan to claim a hat-trick in Test cricket.

The opening day of the second Test at Sabina Park in Jamaica wasn't dominated by India in the way they were expected to but they were still a competitive 264 for 5 at stumps.

India will head into the second and final Test of the series against West Indies as favourites and, on a high, as the teams meet at Sabina Park in Jamaica.

Team India took control of the Antigua Test on Day 2, having hosts West Indies on the mat at 189 for 8 after posting a challenging 297 batting first

India recovered from a precarious 25 for 3 to post a fighting 203 for 6 at the end of Day 1 of the Antigua Test, which was hit by rain. Mayank Agarwal, Cheteshwar Pujara and skipper Virat Kohli all fell cheaply as Kemar Roach and Shannon Gabriel provided the vital early breakthroughs.

The team combination is the big factor of discussion ahead of India's first Test against West Indies at Antigua. While Virat Kohli hinted that they will most probably go with four bowlers, he did admit that the selection could be flexible, depending on the conditions.

Struggling India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane hit a half-century on Monday in the warm-up game against West Indies A, which will give some relief to both him and the selectors ahead of the Test series which begins on August 22.