West Indies will begin their current tour to India with a five match One Day International series which will commence from October, 8, 2014, at Kochi.
Brendon McCullum led his side from the front with a double hundred and the pace battery of the Kiwis dismantled the top order batting of India.
The strong batting line up of India once again crumbled against the deadly bowling of the Proteas in the second innings as the hosts won the 2nd Test easily.
Jacques Kallis was playing a memorable innings in his last Test by providing a solid stand of 127 runs with AB de Villiers who also scored fifty plus runs.
The supreme quick bowler of South Africa, Dale Steyn, restricted India within limits after the visitors commenced the 2nd day in a commanding position of 1-181.
Murali Vijay along with the man in form, Cheteshwar Pujara, guided India to a comfortable position against South Africa on the opening day of the 2nd Test.
The Indian spinners continued their dominance against the batsmen of the visiting West Indies who were bowled out cheaply once again in the series.
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.
CSK tasted their maiden defeat in pool B when they were humiliated by the strong Trinidad & Tobago, well led by the all round performance of Lendl Simmons.
The strong Chennai Super Kings, well led by a lethal bowling attack and a solid fifty from Michael Hussey guided their team to an easy win over Brisbane Heat.