IND vs WI | India has set an unprecedented example in the history of Test Cricket, who will break this record of India in WI vs IND 2nd Test Match

On the fourth day of the second Test match of the series being played between India and West Indies at Port of Spain, Trinidad Queens Park Oval ground, India declared their innings in their second innings batting by scoring 182 runs for 2 wickets in just 24 overs and gave West Indies a target of 366 runs to win the match. Chasing this target, West Indies scored 76 runs for 2 wickets till the end of the day. Tejnarine Chanderpaul 24 and Jermaine Blackwood are present at the crease after scoring 20 runs. Today, on the last day of the match, both the batsmen will take the field at 7.30 pm according to Indian time. On the fourth day of the match, India’s pair of openers Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal added 98 runs for the first wicket. After that, Team India touched the figure of 100 runs in the 13th over of the innings itself. Significantly, this smoky batting has set a new example in the name of India in the history of Test cricket. In the matter of scoring 100 runs at the fastest pace in Test cricket, India has now come to the number one position. India had scored 100 runs in 12.2 overs in their second innings batting on Sunday, July 23 at the ground of WI vs IND 2nd Test Match, 2023 Queen’s Park Oval Stadium, Trinidad. This became a new history in the history of Test cricket. Also read Records show that Sri Lanka is now on the second rung in this matter. Sri Lanka scored 100 runs in 13.2 overs in 2001 against Bangladesh (SL vs BAN Test Match, 2001). England is at the third position. In the year 1994, England touched the 100-run mark against South Africa in 13.3 overs. Bangladesh is at number four. Bangladesh scored 100 against West Indies in 2012 in 13.4 overs. England is in fifth place. England touched this figure in 13.4 overs against Pakistan in the year 2022. Significantly, on Sunday, July 23, captain Rohit Sharma scored his half-century in just 35 balls. This is the fastest half century of Hitman’s career. Ishaan Kishan also scored a half century in just 33 balls in his debut test match. To break this new record of India, any country will have to score 100 runs in maximum 12.1 overs in Test cricket. -Vinay Kumar

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