Posted on: November 16, 2019 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

first_imgWest Indies tail-ender Miguel Cummins frustrated India in the first session of Day 3 of the ongoing 1st Test at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.Miguel Cummins, with his unflinching resistance, managed to enter the record books as he now holds the record for the 2nd longest duck in Test cricket, when it comes to the number of minutes spent at the crease. Cummins played out 95 minutes in the morning session while Geoff Allot of New Zealand holds the record as he had not scored a run for 101 minutes against South Africa in 1999.India vs West Indies, 1st Test Day 3: Live Cricket ScoreMiguel Cummins also created a new West Indies record for the most number of balls faced in a Test innings without getting off the mark (45). He went past K Arthurthon who had not faced 40 balls without getting a run against his name against England at Lord’s in 2002.Cummins did not score a run but he hung around with ihs captain Jason Holder as the two overnight batsmen added 41 runs for the 9th wicket for West Indies. Cummins held fort even as West Indies lost Holder for 39.Cummins was the last West Indies batsman to be dismissed in their first innings. Ravindra Jadeja castled the left-hander in the 75th over to end the hosts’ innings at 222.End of the West Indies innings. They are bowled out for 222. #TeamIndia lead by 75 runs. 5 for Ishant, 2 each for Shami & Jadeja. 1 for Bumrah #WIvIND (@BCCI) August 24, 2019India took a 75-run first innings lead that could prove crucial to their chances of going 1-0 up in the 2-Test series and collecting 60 points in World Test Championship.advertisementIshant Sharma was the pick of the Indian bowlers as the pace spearhead picked up his 9th 5-wicket haul and blew away West Indies middle-order on Day 1. Mohammed Shami and Ravindra Jadeja picked up a wicket each as India took a while to bundle out the West Indies tail on Saturday.In reply, India made a cautious start with KL Rahul and Mayank Agarwal remaining solid as they reached 14 for 0 at Lunch on Day 3.India would want better contributions from their top-order batsmen in the 2nd innings as they were blown away by West Indies pacers in the 1st innings. India were reeling at 25 for 3 inside 8 overs after losing Mayank Agarwal, Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli cheaply.With the pitch not offering as much assistance as on Day 1, the Indian openers will be keen on stepping up and help the team extend the lead into a match-winning one.Also Read | Virat Kohli pays his respects to Arun Jaitley in a heartfelt postAlso See:last_img

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