India beat West Indies by an innings and 272 runs in the first Test match at Rajkot and took a lead of 1-0 in the two-match Test series. On the third day West Indies resumed batting on 94/6, Keemo Paul and Roston Chase added some runs before getting out to Umesh Yadav and R Ashwin respectively. West Indies eventually got all out for just 181 runs and India enforced the follow-on.
In the second innings also West Indies batsmen couldn't put up a fight and looked clueless against Indian spin trio of Jadeja, Ashwin and Kuldeep and were bowled out for just 196 runs to suffer a massive loss of an innings and 272 runs. Prithvi Shaw was named Man of the Match for his 134 runs knock.
All the major stats from the third day of First Test between India and West Indies in Rajkot :
innings & 272 runs - India's win of an innings and 272 runs over West Indies is their biggest innings win in Test cricket history.
Biggest innings win for India -
innings & 272 runs vs West Indies at Rajkot, 2018
innings & 262 runs vs Afghanistan at Bangalore, 2018
innings & 239 runs vs Bangladesh at Dhaka, 2007
innings & 239 runs vs Sri Lanka at Nagpur, 2017
innings & 219 runs vs Australia at Kolkata, 1998
6 - Prithvi Shaw is the sixth Indian player to win Man of the Match award on Test debut.
Players who have won Man of the Match award on Test debut for India
Pravin Amre vs South Africa, 1992
RP Singh vs Pakistan, 2006
Ravi Ashwin vs West Indies, 2011
Shikhar Dhawan vs Australia, 2013
Rohit Sharma vs West Indies, 2013
Prithvi Shaw vs West Indies, 2018
7 - Kuldeep Yadav (5/57) became the second Indian and overall seventh bowler in the world to take five wickets haul in all three formats of game.
Bowlers who have taken five wickets haul in all 3 formats of game -
22 - This was India's 22nd win from 28 Tests at home since the start of 2013.
India Test record at home since Jan 2013 -
Tests - 28
Won - 22
Lost - 1
Drawn - 5
42 - R Ashwin has taken 42 four wicket hauls in Test cricket so far - the second most for India after Anil Kumble (66). R Ashwin surpassed Harbhajan Singh's tally of 41 four wicke hauls in Test cricket.
100 - India's win over West Indies is their 100th Test win at home - fourth team to win 100 or more Tests at home.
Most Test wins at home -
Australia - 238
England - 217
South Africa - 104
India - 100
West Indies - 88