Rajkot: India bundled out West Indies for 181 runs in their first innings on day three of the first Test match here at Saurashtra Cricket Association Ground on Saturday. India enforce follow-on West Indies.However, like the top order collapse on the second day, the rest of the West Indies lower order showed little fight and caved in meekly.
On day three, Keemo Paul was the first man to go. He scored 47 runs. Umesh Yadav pitched short delivery, he pulled the ball, wile C Pujara took a lower catch at mid-wicket to remove Paul.
Roston Chase, highest run- scorer with 53 runs, was dismissed by Ashwin.
Paul and Chase added 73 runs for the seventh wicket to help West Indies get past 100-run mark. This was the highest run partnership for the West Indies team.Ravichandran Ashwin bagged four wickets, while Mohammed Shami got two wickets and helped India to dismiss West Indies for 181 runs and took 468 runs lead.(UNI)