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Kraigg Brathwaite of the West Indies bats during day two of a West Indies Warm Up match at Old Trafford in Manchester, England. Top-level cricket is being played for the first time in the world since the March coronavirus lockdown, as West Indies began their intra-squad warm-up match at Old Trafford.

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Shami and Ishant Sharma then took a wicket each, leaving West Indies 45/2 at stumps. Another eight wickets and India will seal all of the 120 points on offer from the series to go on top of the ICC Test Championship table.

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An unbeaten 111-run fifth-wicket partnership between Vihari and Rahane allowed India to declare at 168/4, giving their bowlers 13 overs to have a crack on the struggling West Indies batsmen.

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Hanuma Vihari, who had hit a century in the first innings, continued his good form with an unbeaten 53.

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Ajinkya Rahane (64*) got India's innings back on track after the top-four were dismissed for just 57.

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Cheteshwar Pujara was then undone by the extra bounce on a Jason Holder short ball. The Indian scored 27.

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Virat Kohli was removed for a golden duck, his first in the series.

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In reply, India opted against enforcing the follow-on despite being 299 runs ahead. The visitors lost openers Mayank Agarwal (4) and KL Rahul (6) early -- both falling to Kemar Roach.

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The Windies, resuming the day at a dismal 87/7, batted for 14.1 overs before being all out for 117 in the morning session.

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The third and final ODI will be held on August 14 (Wednesday) at the same venue (Port of Spain, Trinidad).

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Bhuvneshwar dismissed Gayle, Nicholas Pooran, Roston Chase and Kemar Roach.

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In pursuit, the Windies were on course at 148/4 before they lost their last six wickets for 62 runs to be bowled out for 210 in 42 overs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar (4/31) was pick of the bowlers for India.

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After rain interrupted the proceedings multiple times, the hosts were set a revised target of 270 in 46 overs.

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In reply, Chris Gayle, playing his 300th ODI, failed to provide the Windies a fine start as he fell for 11(24).

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Shreyas Iyer supported Kohli, hitting his third half-century as India posted 279/7. Iyer's 71 was studded with five boundaries and a six.

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This was Kohli's eighth ODI century against West Indies and 42nd overall.

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After opting to bat first, India lost openers Shikhar Dhawan (not in pic) and Rohit Sharma early but Kohli played aggressively -- scoring 14 boundaries and a maximum in his 125-ball 120.

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West Indies' Chris Gayle fields against Pakistan during the second match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, England on May 31, 2019.

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West Indies' bowler Andre Russell, second from right, celebrates with Darren Bravo taking the wicket of Pakistan's Haris Sohail as West Indies' captain Jason Holder, left, smiles during the second match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 219 at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, England on May 31, 2019.

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West Indies' Chris Gayle celebrates scoring half a century against Pakistan during the second match of the Cricket World Cup 2019 at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, England on May 31, 2019.

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Late Fightback: Pakistan's Wahab Riaz plays a shot against West Indies during the second match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, England on May 31, 2019.

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Walk Of Shame: Pakistan's captain Sarfaraz Ahmed leaves the field after being dismissed by West Indies' captain Jason Holder during the second match of the ICC Cricket World Cup at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, England on May 31, 2019.

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Skipper Vs Skipper: West Indies' captain Jason Holder celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan's captain Sarfaraz Ahmed during the second match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, England on May 31, 2019.

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