By Amit Mitra | Updated April 29, 2019 09:11:16AJ Panchal and Rahul Dravid take the field in the second Test between India and West Indies at the SSCG in Mumbai, India, April 29.
(PTI Photo/Prakash Rajan)The Indian side was looking for its first victory over the West Indies since November 2018 when it took a 1-0 lead against the hosts.
After a quick start, India looked to be getting the better of the West Indian attack with the opener, Rahul Dampres, scoring twice from the first ball of the innings to take the lead.
The second Test began at 3.30 pm local time (0930 GMT) on Thursday.
India lost its fourth consecutive match in this Test series against West Indies, falling to a 2-2 draw in the first match.