One-off Test, WI beat Afghanistan: Here are the records brokenLast updated on Nov 29, 2019, 02:04 pm
The West Indies cricket team overcame Afghanistan by nine wickets to win the one-off Test at the Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow.
The Afghans were poor in their approach with the bat to be bowled out for 187 and 120.
Windies, who managed 277 in the first innings, chased down a target of 31.
Here are the records broken.
How did the Test match pan out?
Afghanistan batted first and were bowled out for 187.
Javed Ahmadi (39) was the top run-scorer. For the Windies, Rahkeem Cornwall claimed 7/75.
Windies managed 277 after Shamarh Brooks (111) registered a ton.
Amir Hamza (5/74) claimed a fifer.
The Afghans were poor with the bat once again and managed 120.
Windies sealed the match by nine wickets.
Records scripted by West Indies and Afghanistan
Afghanistan (120) scripted their third-lowest total in the history of Test cricket.
This was Afghanistan's second loss in the last four Tests.
West Indies registered their first away Test victory in seven matches.
WI became the second visiting team on Asian soil to win a Test after electing to field first.
Cornwall scripts these records after superb match figures
Rahkeem Cornwall (10/121) became the first West Indian spinner to claim a ten-wicket haul in a Test match in the subcontinent.
He became the first spinner after Australia's Steve O'Keefe in February 2017 to pick 10 wickets in a Test match in India.
His 7/75 is the second-best bowling by a West Indian bowler in India.
Andy Roberts (7/64) holds the record.
A look at some fascinating records scripted in the match
Jason Holder claimed five wickets in the match. He has now raced to 106 career Test scalps.
Brooks slammed his maiden career Test century.
Amir Hamza claimed a fifer on his debut Test match for Afghanistan.
His 5/74 is the second-best effort by an Afghan bowler in Test cricket.
Rashid Khan has raced to 23 career Test scalps.