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The nerves were there but it just didn't show for Prithvi Shaw on debut

The nerves were there but it just didn't show for Prithvi Shaw on debut

"The team will continue to retain some experienced players who will work alongside the younger group.offer our congratulations to the players making their global debuts and welcome back Darren Bravo and Kieran Pollard to worldwide cricket", he said.

Kuldeep led an inspired spin attack with Jadeja claiming three wickets and Ravichandran Ashwin taking two.

Having put up a mammoth total of 649/9 in the first innings with hundreds from Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja and a sparkling 92 from Rishabh Pant after the first day's dominance, the Indian bowlers made their presence felt by wreaking havoc with the red cherry. If they (BCCI/CoA) want to understand this better, why not just make the captain, coach, the senior cricketers and selectors sit across the table and hear them out? Scoring a century on the very first day, the very first innings of his career, Prithvi Shaw etched his name in the record books.

West Indies skipper Jason Holder has lashed out as critics who have questioned his team over their one-sided defeat to India in the first Test in Rajkot last week.

"That was a bit to do with the umpires pushing us as well, with these new rules coming in of not drinking too much water", Kohli said after the game, when asked of improved over-rates.

"Jaddu (Jadeja) as well - he has got important runs for us before and we wanted him to get three figures".

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Opener Kieran Powell fought a lonely battle to score 83 runs before becoming Kuldeep's fifth victim in another disappointing batting show by the former cricketing powerhouse.

Playing in his fourth Test, the left-hander, who scored 114 in his previous innings against England at The Oval, fell when he got a leading edge off Bishoo to be caught at point eight runs shy of his century.

Kohli, unbeaten overnight on 72, reached his landmark inside the second hour with a boundary to fine leg off Bishoo, and reached the break on 120.

It was also India's best in terms of innings victory. "Some of the other guys might be a bit disappointed but we'll crack on".

Russell, however, has been ruled out of all 50-over format due to injury and Alzarri Joseph will undergo a fitness test before leaving for India.

The second match is scheduled in Hyderabad starting October 12.

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