The enthusiastic coach of West Indies, Ottis Gibson, is hopeful that his competent team will come back in the two match series by winning the second Test.
Team India performed excellently in all departments of the game and handed over a stunning defeat to West Indies who were unable to deliver their best.
Rohit Sharma continued with his blistering form and powered a ton in his maiden Test while Ravichandran Ashwin gave him nice support at the other end.
The young quick bowler of India, Mohammed Shami, put his side on top while playing his first game as the hosts were cruising nicely after the 1st day’s play.
The run machine of India, Virat Kohli, sparkled with another sizzling ton after a hundred from Shikhar Dhawan as Australia was unable to defend a high score.
Ajinkya Rahane and Shane Watson demonstrated an excellent batting for Rajasthan Royals at a difficult strip as their bowlers let CSK down in the 1st semi final.
Sri Lanka crushed India due to a superb partnership of 213 runs between the centurions Upul Tharanga and Mahela Jayawardene supported by an excellent bowling.
The most prominent and unbeaten side in the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy, India, maintained their rhythm in the second semi-final while crushing Sri Lanka easily.
A 90 runs 2nd wicket partnership between Michael Hussey and Suresh Raina sealed the demise of Rajasthan Royals despite the first IPL 2013 ton by Shane Watson.
Another all round performance by the most dependable player of Chennai Super Kings, Ravindra Jadeja, led his time to a convincing win vs. Kolkata Knight Riders.