The Black Caps Bulldozed the Windies in the third Test after another depleted batting performance by the visitors who lost the encounter with a big margin.
The dismal batting performance from the West Indian batsmen continued in New Zealand as well when they were forced to follow on in the first Test.
The final International match for the little master, Sachin Tendulkar, ended on a positive note when India beat West Indies by a huge margin at its home ground.
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.
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 Zimbabwe batsmen were unable to read the lethal spin bowling of Shane Shillingford who captured 5 wickets in each innings and won the Test for the Windies.
Tino Best exhibited the best performance of his career by grabbing six wickets in the 2nd innings of Bangladesh that ensured consecutive win for West Indies.
West Indies were cruising towards the consecutive win vs. Bangladesh besides the defiant knocks by the middle order batsmen, Shakib Al Hasan and Nasir Hossain.
Marlon Smauels butchered the ordinary looking Bangladesh bowling with his maiden double hundred as West Indies were on a driving seat in the second Test.