Mohammed Siraj turned the screws on the West Indies with the second new ball on Sunday as he bagged a five-wicket haul to help bowl out the hosts for 255 inside the first session of Day 4 of the ongoing second Test at Port of Spain.
Siraj bagged his second five-for in Tests and finished with a career-best 5 for 60 from 23.4 overs.
Resuming their first innings at 229 for 5, the Windies were all at sea against Siraj after India took the brand new cherry. The home side suffered a batting collapse as they added just 26 runs while losing five wickets in 7.4 overs.
Siraj bowled 3.4 overs with the new ball, taking four wickets for 12 runs to complete his five-wicket haul. He had sent back Windies wicketkeeper Joshua Da Silva in the final session of Day 3.
Debutant seamer Mukesh Kumar and Ravindra Jadeja picked a couple of wickets each while Ravichandran Ashwin got one for the visitors.
India had managed 438 in their first innings thanks to Virat kohli's 121 and now have a lead of 183 runs.
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