Pushing the pace

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Only three rounds of playing were possible in the afternoon session because of rain. India increased their lead to 301 runs by the time they took a break for tea on Day 4 of the second Test against West Indies.
India were playing a cricket match and had scored 98 runs with only 1 player out before a break for lunch because of rain. They then added 20 runs in the next 3 overs but lost a player named Yashasvi Jaiswal who had scored 38 runs in 30 balls. However, the rain started again at the Queen’s Park Oval.
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Rohit Sharma started the game well by scoring 57 runs in 44 balls. PTI is a term used in online coding to represent a closing tag for a figure caption.
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Ishan Kishan scored 8 runs from 7 balls, and Shubman Gill scored 10 runs from 8 balls. However, the rain came back while they were playing.
On Day 5, it is said that there will be rain. Because of this, India wants enough time to get West Indies out and win all the games in the series.
Jaiswal got out while attempting to hit a big shot against the left-handed spinner Warrican in the first over after lunch.
Rohit Sharma hit his fastest fifty in Test matches in the morning session. He scored 57 runs off 44 balls. Earlier, India had bowled out the West Indies for 255 runs in their first innings.
Mohammed Siraj did really well in his recent game by taking five wickets, which is his personal best.
He finished with a score of 5 runs for every 60 balls bowled in 23. 4 overs, after easily getting rid of the West Indies’ lower-order batsmen. The team that was hosting the game started the day with a score of 229/5. However, they lost five players for only 26 runs, which gave India a big advantage.
The visitors started their second turn with a lot of energy and determination. Rohit and Jaiswal played in T20 style based on the stage of the game.
Rohit, who was almost out two times during his fast and aggressive batting, was eventually caught by Shannon Gabriel at the fine leg position just before the morning session ended.
India’s first over in their innings started off with Jaiswal hitting Kemar Roach’s ball over the cover for six runs and then followed it up with another shot for a boundary.
Rohit hit three sixes and five fours in a very exciting way. He easily hit Roach for his first maximum. The ball went over wide long-on at just the right time.
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