Prithvi Shaw, the latest entrant into Test cricket became an overnight sensation as he bamboozled the Caribbean bowling attack to become the youngest Indian to score a Test hundred on debut. The left-arm wrist spinner trapped Shai Hope lbw before dismissing the reckless Shimron Hetmyer and the scoreless Sunil Ambris in the same over to put the tourists on the mat. For India, it would be the last chance to test their bench strength and figure out the best squad ahead of the tour to Australia in November. Quite disappointed with this loss and we didn't get enough partnerships, " said stand-in skipper Kraigg Brathwaite.
The Windies will have a chance to reclaim some of their lost pride when they face India in the second Test at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad, starting October 12. Surprisingly, Chase and Paul had little difficulty in picking the chinaman, who bowled the first over of the day.
Nearly all Indian batsmen reaped the benefit of lacklustre West Indies bowling, with three centuries in the first innings, including Prithvi Shaw, Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja.
Paul went on the offensive straight away, sweeping Kuldeep for two crisp boundaries.
Ashwin then removed Chase with a beauty, a flighted ball that turned in viciously to create a big gap between bat and pad before crashing into the stumps, leaving the West Indies at 159 for eight.
# Wicket! Keemo Paul falls short of a well-deserved half-century.
Chris Gayle has made himself unavailable for the Windies' limited-overs tours of India and Bangladesh, but will return to the side for England's trip to the West Indies early next year.
The right-handed Kohli stroked a high-quality 139 to add to 18-year-old opener Privthi Shaw's 134 from Thursday's opening day, an innings which helped power the hosts to 649 for nine declared - their highest ever total against West Indies.