India made light work of the West Indies in the first Test in Antigua, winning by an innings and 92 runs on day four after spinner Ravi Ashwin took a whopping seven wickets to dismantle the hosts.
With India winning the first Test against the West Indies inside four days, and winning by more than an innings, skipper Virat Kohli hailed it as the 'perfect finish' to a Test.
India fast bowler, Mohammed Shami, made his return to Test cricket against the West Indies this week and picked up four wickets as the Windies were bowled out for 243.
The West Indies are facing a heavy defeat after being dismissed for just 243 and being asked to follow on in reply to India's massive first-innings total of 566/8.
India captain, Virat Kohli, smashed a double hundred to put India in charge on day 2 of the first Test against the West Indies after opting to play only five specialist batsman.