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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

West Indian Cricketers Win

MOHALI, India -- West Indian pacers packed off the entire Indian team for just 114 runs to pull off a magnificent victory Wednesday in the final cricket test and level the three-match series 1-1.


Kenneth Benjamin finished with five wickets for 65 and Courtney Walsh three for 34. The Indian team needed 358 runs to win but was back in the dressing room even before lunch.


The West Indies scored 443 runs in the first innings and 301 for three wickets declared in second innings. India scored 387 runs in first innings.


"We didn't leave any room for them even to fight," Benjamin said. Indian captain Mohammad Azharuddhin agreed. "They played better than us and we batted badly. The gap was too much to cover," he said.


Manoj Parbhakar, who scored a century in first innings, could not play in the second innings due to a fractured nose. Jimmy Adams, declared man of the series, scored over 500 runs.THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


MOHALI, India -- West Indian pacers packed off the entire Indian team for just 114 runs to pull off a magnificent victory Wednesday in the final cricket test and level the three-match series 1-1.


Kenneth Benjamin finished with five wickets for 65 and Courtney Walsh three for 34. The Indian team needed 358 runs to win but was back in the dressing room even before lunch.


The West Indies scored 443 runs in the first innings and 301 for three wickets declared in second innings. India scored 387 runs in first innings.


"We didn't leave any room for them even to fight," Benjamin said. Indian captain Mohammad Azharuddhin agreed. "They played better than us and we batted badly. The gap was too much to cover," he said.


Manoj Parbhakar, who scored a century in first innings, could not play in the second innings due to a fractured nose. Jimmy Adams, declared man of the series, scored over 500 runs.