IND vs WI Test: Many records were made on the fourth day, see in the figures how Team India did wonders in the second test

Indian Cricket Team in Port of Spain on Monday West Indies Presented a view of aggressive cricket on the fourth day of the second test against. The team entered the Test record books by becoming the team with the highest team run-rate in a Test innings lasting a minimum of 20 overs. In their second innings, the Indian team switched to white-ball cricket mode and scored 181 runs in just 24 overs before declaring. India scored at a run rate of 7.54, the highest by any team in Tests during an innings lasting at least 20 overs. He broke Australia’s record, which scored 241/2 in just 32 overs against Pakistan in Sydney in 2017. The Australian team scored these runs at a run rate of 7.53.

Ishaan Kishan did aggressive batting

India also scored the fastest team century in Test cricket history. Captain Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal opened the innings for India and shared a 98-run partnership in only 71 balls i.e. 11.5 overs. After Rohit’s dismissal, India crossed 100 runs in just 12.2 overs i.e. 74 balls. India left behind Sri Lanka’s 22-year-old record. He reached the figure of 100 runs in 80 balls in just 13.2 overs against Bangladesh during the 2001 Asian Test Championship. Mumbai stars Ishan Kishan and Rohit Sharma were the two players who were the most aggressive.

Rohit scored the fastest half-century

Rohit Sharma scored the fastest half-century of his career. Batting in his T20 avatar, Rohit completed his half-century in just 35 balls. Ishaan Kishan also hit his half-century in just 33 balls. Kishan scored the second fastest fifty by an Indian wicketkeeper. Rishabh Pant’s name is the fastest half-century made by an Indian keeper in just 28 balls. At the time of declaration of the innings, Kishan was unbeaten on 52 runs from 34 balls, which included four fours and two sixes. His runs came at a strike rate of 152.94.

Indian bowler with most Test wickets against West Indies

Kapil Dev – 89

Ravichandran Ashwin – 75

Anil Kumble – 74

Srinivas Venkataraghavan – 68

Bhagwat Chandrashekhar – 65

Highest team innings run-rate in Tests (min 20 overs)

7.54 – 181/2 – India v West Indies, Port of Spain, 2023

7.53 – 241/2 – Australia v Pakistan, Sydney, 2017

7.36 – 264/7 – England v Pakistan, Rawalpindi, 2022

6.82 – 173/6 – West Indies v India, Kingston, 1983

6.80 – 340/3 – South Africa v Zimbabwe, Cape Town, 2005

Highest strike rate in a Test innings for India (minimum 50 runs)

161.81 – Kapil Dev v England, Lord’s, 1982

161.29 – Rishabh Pant v Sri Lanka, Bengaluru, 2022

158.33 – Shardul Thakur v England, The Oval, 2021

152.94 – Ishan Kishan v West Indies, Port of Spain, 2023

145.94 – Harbhajan Singh v England, Trent Bridge, 2002

Wicketkeeper with highest strike-rate in an innings

172.88 – 102* (59) – Adam Gilchrist (Aus) v England, Perth, 2006/07

161.29 – 50 (31) – Rishabh Pant (Ind) v Sri Lanka, Bengaluru, 2022

152.94 – 52* (34) – Ishan Kishan (Ind) v West Indies, Port of Spain, 2023

145.23 – 61 (42) – Ian Smith (NZ) v Pakistan, Faisalabad, 1990

145.23 – 61 (42) – Matt Prior (Eng) v Australia, Lord’s, 2009

Highest wicket taker Indian bowler in international cricket

956 – Anil Kumble

712 – Ravichandran Ashwin

711 – Harbhajan Singh

687 – Kapil Dev

610 – Zaheer Khan

(Includes wickets taken for Asia XI.)

India gave West Indies a target of 365 runs

Leading pacer Mohammad Siraj produced a career-best performance on the rain-affected fourth day of the offseason in Spain. Thanks to Siraj’s five-wicket haul in the morning session, India bowled out West Indies for 255 in the first innings. After which the hosts started the fourth day with 229 runs for five wickets. After taking a massive 183-run lead in the first innings, India scored 181 for two in 24 overs in the second innings and declared 35 minutes after the tea break, setting the home team a target of 365. India completed 100 runs in 12.2 overs, which is the fastest team century in Test cricket history. At stumps on the fourth day, the West Indies were 76 for 2 in 32 overs, with R Ashwin dismissing Kraigg Brathwaite (28) and Kirk McKenzie (0). The hosts needed 289 more runs on the last day for an impossible win. At the end of the game, Tagnarin Chanderpaul and Jermaine Blackwood were batting on 24 and 20 runs respectively.