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Jasprit Bumrah entered record books as he became only the third Indian to scalp a hat-trick.
Jasprit Bumrah entered record books as he became only the third Indian to scalp a hat-trick.
The bowler ended the second day with outstanding 6/16 which left Windies tottering at 87/7 at the close of day’s play.
 
Taking to social media, the pacer shared an image that captured the emotions perfectly. The photo was captioned, "A day I won’t forget" and well, no Indian will also forget it soon.
 
India posted a total of 416/10 after 140.1 overs thanks to the brilliant partnership between Ishant Sharma and Hanuman Vihari.
 
Ishant partnered up with Vihari as the duo helped India reach the 416-run mark.
 
In the process, Ishant completed his maiden half-century and surprised everyone.
 
This is his second fifty in First-Class cricket (made his FC debut for Delhi in 2006 with Virat Kohli) with his highest score of 66 also coming at number nine for Sussex v Leicestershire in April 2018.
 
On the chase, West Indies got off to a terrible start as they lost their entire top order within the first 12 overs of the match.