India displayed a clinical performance on Thursday to wrap up West Indies second innings for 262 and thus register a comprehensive 63-run victory in the first Test at the Sabina Park to take a 1-0 lead in the series.
Guilt-ridden after dropping Indian centurion Rahul Dravid when he had barely started his innings, West Indies captain Darren Sammy said he couldn''t sleep a whole night in the ongoing first cricket Test here.
An unbeaten 51-run stand for the fourth-wicket between Darren Bravo (30) and Shivnarine Chanderpaul (24) on Wednesday set up the fourth day of the first Test between West Indies and India at Sabina Park for an exciting finish.
An industrious Rahul Dravid once again bricked up to become 'The Wall' and grew an inch taller with his 32nd Test century on Wednesday – this time in the Caribbean – that put India in sight of another away Test victory.
India lost three wickets in their second innings but Rahul Dravid's 45 not out ensured that the visitors' lead grew to 164 runs at the end of second day of the first Test against West Indies here at Sabina Park on Tuesday.