Umesh Yadav to Replace Injured Shardul Thakur for First Two Windies ODIs

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India vs West Indies, 2nd Test, Day 3: On the day 3 of the second Test between India and West Indies at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad, India managed to pick 6 wickets of the visitor with just 76 runs on the scoreboard.

The hosts chased down their 72-run target in just 16.1 overs in an extended final session to win by 10 wickets.

Umesh Yadav was named as the replacement for injured pacer Shardul Thakur for the first two One-day Internationals against West Indies by the Board of Control for Cricket in India on Tuesday.

India dominated the last two sessions of the third day's play in the second and final Test match to crush West Indies by 10 wickets and complete a series whitewash easily on Sunday.

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The 18-year-old Shaw hit the winning boundary as the world's top Test side registered their 10th successive series triumph on home soil.

Captain Jason Holder spearheaded the attack, bowling superbly to finish with five for 56 - his fifth career five-wicket haul and third in four innings.

The right-armer, who had figures of 6/88 in the first innings, bagged four wickets in the second innings conceding 45 runs and was also adjudged the "Man of the Match".

Jason Holder became the first pacer to make a 50-plus score and take a 5-for against India in India after nearly 35 years.

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Rahane's overnight partner Rishabh Pant was also denied a century when he was caught on 92 by Shimron Hetmyer in the covers off fast bowler Shannon Gabriel, who ended with three wickets.

Starting their second innings after the interval, West Indies' capitulation began from the second ball.

Powell followed in the fourth over, edging a defensive prod at Ashwin to be caught low down at slip by Rahane, with Windies on six for two.

The first ODI between India and the Windies is on October 21 in Guwahati.

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Twice more the Windies looked to have recovered some composure before losing pairs in quick succession, with Holder gone for 19 and Sunil Ambris for 38.