Test experts Hanuma Vihari and Mayank Agarwal were expelled quickly for 190 however the Sandeep Warrier's 3/3 has left West Indies A shaking at 12 for 4 at stumps on the second day of the second unofficial 'Test'.
Agarwal (4), who needed some game time before the Test match kicked it into high gear, a stunner from new-ball bowler Chemar Holder (4/5 out of 3 overs), who bowled at an energetic pace and furthermore separated vexing bounce.
Holder got one to move up from the back of the length with a shade away development that squared the Karnataka opener bringing about a nick behind the stumps.
Abhimanyu Easwaran (0) attempted to punch one-off back foot yet couldn't hold it down as the fielder got a straight catch to allow Holder his subsequent wicket.
Captain Vihari (0) additionally didn't distress the scorer as Holder got one to nip back in and the ball likewise kept somewhat low catching him plumb in-front.
Anmolpreet Singh's absence of proper technique and planning against quality pace bowling was uncovered with Holder squaring him up with a bouncer as he played fumblingly. The ball swelled to the fielder for an easy catch.
However, the fifties from Shivam Dube and Priyank Panchal guaranteed that India comes to a good 190 preceding getting bowled out and yield a 128-run lead.
Be that as it may, West Indies couldn't benefit from the great chance and lost their top-order for only 12 as Warrier went through their defence.
Prior, West Indies began the day at 243 for 5 could include another 75 runs before lunch with mammoth Rahkeem Cornwall (56 no off 70 balls) scoring as many runs.
Leg-spinner Mayank Markande (3/79 out of 20 overs) got a good number of wickets thus, did pacer Mohammed Siraj (3/63 out of 27 overs).