India defeated West Indies by 10 wickets and clinched another Test inside three days. On the third day India resumed batting on 308/4 and were hoping for a big score but Jason Holder's sensational bowling triggered the collapse and India lost last 6 wickets for just 53 runs and got all out for just 367 runs with a lead of 56 runs.
In the second innings West Indies had a terrible start and lost both openers for duck and middle order batsmen also couldn't put up a fight against Indian bowlers and eventually they got bowled out for a mere score of 127 runs and set a target of 72 runs for India. India chased down the target in the 17th over without losing any wicket and clinched their 10th consecutive Test series win at home. Umesh Yadav was named Man of the Match for his 10-fer and Prithvi Shaw was named Man of the Series.
All the major stats from the third day of Second Test between India and West Indies in Hyderabad :
3 - Umesh Yadav became the third Indian pacer to take 10 wickets haul in a Test match at home.
Indian pacers to take 10 wickets haul in a Test at home -
Kapil Dev - 11/146 vs Pakistan at Chennai, 1980
Kapil Dev - 10/135 vs West Indies at Ahmedabad, 1983
Javagal Srinath - 13/132 vs Pakistan at Kolkata, 1999
Umesh Yadav - 10/133 vs West Indies at Hyderabad, 2018
Indian pacers to take 10 wickets haul in Test cricket -
Kapil Dev (2)
Irfan Pathan (2)
4 - Prithvi Shaw became the 4th Indian player to win Man of the Series award in debut Test series.
Indian players to win Man of the Series award in debut Test series -
Sourav Ganguly vs England, 1996
R Ashwin vs West Indies, 2011
Rohit Sharma vs West Indies, 2013
Prithvi Shaw vs West Indies, 2018
5 - Jason Holder became the 5th visiting pacer to score 50 plus runs and take 5 wickets in an innings in the same Test match in India.
Visiting pacers with 50-plus scores and 5-fers in a Test in India -
Bruce Taylor (NZ) - 105 & 5/86 at Kolkata, 1965
John Lever (ENG) - 53 & 7/46 at Delhi, 1976
Ian Botham (ENG) - 114 & 6/58 + 7/48 at Mumbai, 1980
Malcolm Marshall (WI) - 54 & 6/37 at Kolkata, 1983
Jason Holder (WI) - 52 & 5/56 at Hyderabad, 2018
10 - India's 2-0 series win over West Indies is their 10th consecutive Test series win at home - only the second team to win 10 consecutive Test series at home after Australia who also 10 consecutive Test series at home on two occasions.
India's last 10 Test series at home -
2-0 vs West Indies, 2018 (won)
1-0 vs Afghanistan, 2018 (won)
1-0 vs Sri Lanka, 2017 (won)
2-1 vs Australia, 2017 (won)
1-0 vs Bangladesh, 2017 (won)
4-0 vs England, 2016 (won)
3-0 vs New Zealand, 2016 (won)
3-0 vs South Africa, 2015 (won)
2-0 vs West Indies, 2013 (won)
4-0 vs Australia, 2013 (won)
10 - India's 10 wickets win over West Indies is their 8th 10 wickets win in Test cricket.
10 wickets win for India in Test cricket -
vs Pakistan at Mumbai, 1952
vs Pakistan at Chennai, 1980
vs New Zealand at Hyderabad, 1988
vs England at Mohali, 2001
vs Zimbabwe at Harare, 2005
vs New Zealand at Hamilton, 2009
vs Bangladesh at Mirpur, 2010
vs West Indies at Hyderabad, 2018
92 - Rishabh Pant got out on 92 in this Test as well after getting out on the same score in Rajkot Test - he is the second Indian batsmen to get out in the 90s in two consecutive innings after Rahul Dravid (92 & 93 vs Sri Lanka in 1997).