Rain fails to spoil Sharma's landmark day
Rain prevented India from making significant headway as they finished
the third day of the rain-hit second Test with a 34-run lead over the
West Indies here on Thursday.
India reached 23 without loss in their second innings when bad light
stopped play after 11.2 overs, when only 42 overs were possible in close
to three and half hour. It followed a memorable day for Ishant Sharma,
who became the fifth-youngest bowler ever to take 100 wickets. He
captured a career-best six for 55 from 21.5 overs as West Indies were
dismissed for 190, in response to India's first innings total of 201.