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Friday, August 5, 2016

CHASE TON HELPS WI DRAW 2ND TEST - Losing more than 100 overs was crucial, feels coach Kumble

Indian bowlers put up a disappointing show as rookie batsman Roston Chase conjured up a heroic maiden Test century leading a remarkable West Indies fightback with the hosts enforcing a draw against India on the final day of the second match, here on Wednesday. 

 Starting the day at a precarious 48 for four, with 256 runs needed to avoid innings defeat, West Indies ended with 388 for six with Chase, coming up with a resolute 137 off 269 balls and in the process raised three match-saving partnerships with his teammates. 

 It turned out to be a poor day for Indian bowlers who conceded 340 runs and could only get two wickets in the entire day’s play.

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