IND vs WI 1st Test | Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal broke 40 years old record, something like this happened after 4 decades

New Delhi: In the first Test match being played against the West Indies, India (India vs West Indies 1st Test Match) has dominated. India sent the entire West Indies team to the pavilion on the very first day. The West Indies team was reduced to 150 runs in the first innings. At the same time, while batting, India scored 80 runs without losing wickets. Openers Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal started well for India. In this match, left-handed batsman Yashasvi Jaiswal, who played first class cricket for Mumbai, made his international debut. At the same time, during this match, a 40-year-old record was broken by India. In fact, in the year 1993, two openers came to open the Test for India, who play first class cricket for Mumbai. Ravi Shastri and Sunil Gavaskar did this in 1983. This Test match of 1983 was played in Karachi. Read this also now the same happened during the match being played against West Indies. Yashasvi Jaiswal and Rohit Sharma, who opened for India in this match, play for Mumbai in first class cricket. Rohit and Yashasvi have repeated 4 decades old history. Talking about the match, the West Indies team, which came out to bat first, was reduced to 150 runs. For India, Ashwin took five wickets in his name. Ravindra Jadja took 3 wickets. In response, the Indian team came out to bat for the first innings and put 80 runs on the board without losing any wicket. Captain Rohit Sharma, who came on the opening, returned unbeaten after scoring a personal score of 30 and Yashasvi Jaiswal 40 runs.

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