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India vs West Indies 2nd Test Live Score, Stream & Updates | IND vs WI | Nov 14-18 2013

India inflicted an innings and 126-run defeat on the West Indies on the third day of the second Test to give a fitting farewell to cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar in his farewell and 200th Test at the Wankhede Stadium here Friday.

Match Report: India beat West Indies in Sachin’s farewell Test by an innings and 126-run

Pictures: Watch Sachin celebrate his final moments

India vs West Indies 2nd Test Live Score, Stream & Updates | IND vs WI | Nov 14-18 2013

2nd Test – India vs West Indies Live Match Score & Updates | IND vs WI Live from Thursday November 14 to Monday November 18, 2013



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Sachin Tendulkar with his son arjun Tendulkar during practice session ahead of his 200th and the last Test match at Wankhede stadium in Mumbai

Sachin Tendulkar with his son arjun Tendulkar during practice session ahead of his 200th and the last Test match at Wankhede stadium in Mumbai.

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Sachin daughter Sara Tendulkar at Wankhede Stadium

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Sachin Tendulkar ahead of his 200th and the last test match at Wankhede

2nd Test – India vs West Indies Live | IND vs WI 2nd test live
Venue: Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
Date: Thu Nov 14 – Mon Nov 18
Time: 09:00 local | 03:30 GMT | 08:30 PKT

Live Score & Ball by ball updates of the match

Toss: India, who chose to bowl first

Umpires: RA Kettleborough and NJ Llong

TV umpire: VA Kulkarni

Match referee: ; AJ Pycroft

Reserve Umpire: PG Pathak

Match Update

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Indian players line up in respect as master blaster Sachin Tendulkar walks during a felicitation ceremony at Wankhede stadium ahead of his 200th and the last test match in Mumbai on Nov.14, 2013

Update:

A batting collapse after lunch saw the West Indies being bowled out for 182 on the first day of the second Test against India here at the Wankhede Stadium Thursday.

Left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha got his sixth Test career five-wicket haul. Ravichandran Ashwin chipped in with three wickets while Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami took one apiece.

From 93 for two at lunch, the visitors lost eight wickets for 89 runs with the last four players registering single digit scores.

End of Day 1 Update:

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Indian player Sachin Tendulkar in action during the 2nd Test Match between India and West Indies at Wankhede stadium in Mumbai on Nov.14, 2013. This is his 200th and last test match

India were 157 for two in response to the West Indies’ 182 at stumps on day one of their second cricket Test at the Wankhede Stadium here Thursday. Sachin Tendulkar was batting on 38 in his farewell game.

Tendulkar makes 38, India on top after day one

Sachin scores 74:

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Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar after scoring half century during the 2nd day of the 2nd Test Match between India and West Indies at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Nov.15, 2013

Sachin Tendulkar was dismissed for 74 in the first innings of his 200th and final Test match on Friday, shattering the hopes of a billion Indians praying that the legendary batsman would bow out with a century.

Stunned silence as Sachin Tendulkar misses century in final Test

End of Day 2 Update:

West Indies were in trouble at 43 for three in their second innings, trailing India by 270 runs at stumps on day two of the second Test at the Wankhede Stadium here Friday.

West Indies reeling at 43/3, trail by 270 runs

Day 3 Update:

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Sachin Tendulkar leads Team India for probably the last time on Day 3 against West Indies.

Final Update:

India inflicted an innings and 126-run defeat on the West Indies on the third day of the second Test to give a fitting farewell to cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar in his farewell and 200th Test at the Wankhede Stadium here Friday.

Match Report: India beat West Indies in Sachin’s farewell Test by an innings and 126-run

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A little over two years and seven months after witnessing the ecstasy of India’s World Cup triumph, Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium here will be the scene for another milestone in Indian cricket, hosting batting great Sachin Tendulkar‘s 200th and farewell Test match against the West Indies beginning Thursday.

Perhaps, never in the history of the game has any cricketer’s swansong series or farewell match generated such frenzy, so much that the cricketing rivalry between the Calypso charmers and the subcontinental giants has been reduced to a sideshow.

In his 199th Test at the Eden Gardens, Tendulkar fans had a heartbreak as he managed just 10 before getting out to a contentious decision. He didn’t get a chance to bat in the second innings as India thrashed the West Indies by an innings and 51 runs.

Though, the master blaster himself would have been mighty pleased to see another Mumbaikar Rohit Sharma taking the centrestage in Kolkata. In his debut Test, Rohit smashed a brilliant 177 to carry on from a memorable ODI series against Australia last month.

Ravichandran Ashwin, too, was a key contributor to India’s big win, notching his second Test hundred. The off-spinner also took five wickets in the match to become the No.1 all-rounder in the International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings.

India can now rely on the Tamil Nadu player as a batsman of substance at No.8 to follow his skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

In bowling, pacer Mohammed Shami returned the best by a pacer with his nine-wicket match haul.

On the other hand, it seemed the West Indies team is here just to take part in the farewell celebrations for Tendulkar and incidentally to play a short series.

The batting form of the visitors will have to improve drastically if they are to pose any challenge to the rampant Indian side. Off-spinner Shane Shillingford was the only saving grace, taking six wickets, dismissing the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Murali Vijay, Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan.

For the 40-year-old Tendulkar, his home town venue would be most apt to end his fairytale journey of 24 long yeass. It was in this city that he played most of his formative years’ cricket, rose to stardom, reinvented himself after being dubbed ‘Endulkar’ and finally realised his childhood dream of winning the World Cup in 2011.

Seeing India lifting the 2011 World Cup on a mild summer day on April 2, Tendulkar couldn’t control his emotions and tears rolled down his cheeks as he took the victory lap with his two kids, Sara and Arjun, in tow along with his teammates.

Similar scenes could be seen when he finally goes round the stadium in a thanksgiving, but before that Tendulkar would like to bow out in style, on a high, something he couldn’t when he announced his retirement last year in December from the ODIs.

Tendulkar’s retirement from ODIs sparked off speculation whether he would be following it up by quitting Test cricket too sooner than later.

He was expected to play his 200th Test in South Africa, but he has apparently made a request that he would like to end his career in front of his supporters at home and a short series against the West Indies, comprising two Tests and three ODIs, was hurriedly arranged.

Tendulkar has an excellent first class record at Wankhede, but not much when it comes to Tests.

In 33 first-class matches, Tendulkar has 3,534 runs with his highest being 233 not out against Tamil Nadu. But in 10 Tests that he has played here, the right-hander has got 847 runs, highest being 148 (against Sri Lanka in 1996-97), at an average of 47.05, a far cry from his impressive record at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore or Chennai’s M.A. Chidambaram Stadium.

However, it was Tendulkar’s choice to play at the Wankhede, considering the ill health of his mother Rajni and his coach Ramakant Achrekar as both wanted to see him play one last time, his mother would be doing the only time.

In his last two Tests at the Wankhede, Tendulkar had scores of 94 and three when the West Indies visited in November 2011 and eight in both the innings against England in November last year.

Tendulkar’s highest this year has been 81 in the first innings in India’s eight-wicket win over Australia in Chennai earlier this year. The master blaster is 153 runs short of getting 16,000 Test runs and a 52nd century would be the perfect end to his illustrious innings.

The 2nd Test between India vs West Indies is being played at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai from Thursday November 14 till Monday November 18 at 09:00 local in Mumbai, 03:30 GMT and 08:30 PKT in Pakistan.

You can catch ball by ball coverage with commentary and live scores along with batting, bowling and fielding statistics for the 2nd Test match of PAK vs SA here on Cricket.com.pk – You can also read India vs West Indies match updates and match report after the match is over.

Series Updates

West Indies tour of India consists of 2 Tests and 3 ODIs. India is currently leading the Test Series 1-0 with 2nd Test being played in Mumbai. This is Sachin Tendulkar 200th test, last adn final farewell Test before his cricket retirement.

India vs West Indies Squads

India Team: (From) MS Dhoni (c),Shikhar Dhawan, Murali Vijay, Cheteshwar Pujara, Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, Ravichandran Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Pragyan Ojha, Amit Mishra, Ajinkya Rahane, Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Rohit Sharma, Ishant Sharma

West Indies: (From) Darren Sammy (c), Tino Best, Darren Bravo, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Sheldon Cotterell, Narsingh Deonarine, Kirk Edwards, Chris Gayle, Veersammy Permaul, Kieran Powell, Denesh Ramdin, Kemar Roach, Marlon Samuels, Shane Shillingford, Chadwick Walton

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