Rajkot, Oct 5: India added 142 runs in their overnight score of 364 runs to take its tally to 506 runs for five wickets till lunch against West Indies on day two of the first Test match of the two-match Test series here at Rajkot on Friday.
Virat Kohli scored hundred to became the fastest to reach 24 Test century since Australia's Sir Don Bradman, who reached the mark in 66 innings. It has taken him 123 innings to reach the mark. During the course of this innings, Kohli completed his 1,000 runs in this calender year.
On Day two, India added 142 more runs on the scoreboard with an economy of 4.89. West Indies bowlers were seen under pressure due to high score and dominant batting by Pant and Virat. Rishabh Pant was the first man to go. He missed his second Test Ton as he was caught by K M G Paul on Devendra Bishoo's bowling for 92 runs off 84 balls, hitting eight boundaries and four sixes.
At the time of Lunch, Ravindra Jadeja (19)and Virat Kohli (120) were on the crease. Bishoo has taken two wickets while considered 138 runs in his 38 overs. (UNI)