In pictures: India vs West Indies 2nd Test

A pictorial look at the second Test between India and West Indies, played at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad.

Members of the Indian team pose for the cameras after whitewashing the West Indies in the two-Test series with a resounding 10-wicket in in the second Test in Hyderabad. Prithvi Shaw holds the official trophy aloft after winning the man-of-the-series award for his tally of 237 runs. Photo: K. R. Deepak
Prithvi Shaw pulls out a stump after scoring the winning runs for India to win the second Test and with it the series. Shaw amassed a total of 237 runs in three innings in the series, at an average of 118.50. Photo: K. R. Deepak
Umesh Yadav (left) celebrates the wicket of Shannon Gabriel, who became his 10th wicket in the Test. Umesh finished with match figures of 10/133, his first 10-wicket haul in Test cricket. He won the man-of-the-match award for his bowling performance. Photo: K. R. Deepak
R Ashwin made a crucial 35 in India's first innings, helping it take a 56-run lead. He added 28 runs runs for the last wicket with Shardul Thakur, who came out to bat with an injured groin which had disallowed from bowling in the match after pulling up in just the fourth over on the first morning. Photo: K. R. Deepak
Jason Holder, the West Indies captain, took five for 56 in India's first innings, helping bowl out the home team for the addition of just 59 runs for the last six wickets. Photo: K. R. Deepak
Ajinkya Rahane (left) and Rishabh Pant were dismissed for 80 and 92, respectively, early on the third morning. Rahane was caught at gully off Jason Holder, while Pant, trying to flat-bat a length ball from Shannon Gabriel over cover, picked out the fielder (Shimron Hetmyer). Photo: K. R. Deepak
Roston Chase celebrates his fourth Test century, and second against India, his 106 helping West Indies post a competitive first-innings total of 311. He was involved in two crucial partnerships with Shane Dowrich and Jason Holder, for the sixth and seventh wickets, adding 69 and 104 respectively. Photo: K. R. Deepak
Kuldeep Yadav took a three-wicket haul in the first innings, helping India reduce West Indies to 113/5 with the wickets of Shimron Hetmyer and Sunil Ambris in quick succession on day one of the Test. He finished with figures of 3/85 in the first innings. Photo: K. R. Deepak