Written byRajdeep Saha ·
Windies, who needed 468 runs to win the Test, resumed Day 4 at 45/2.
Although they fared better than the first innings, a win was far away from their reach.
India completed a stunning win.
Here are the records broken.
Virat Kohli became the most successful Test captain of India.
This was his 28th Test win as skipper. Kohli went past MS Dhoni's tally of 27.
The 30-year-old scored 76 runs in the first innings. This was his 22nd career Test fifty.
He was dismissed for a golden duck in the second innings.
This was Kohli's fourth career golden duck in Test cricket.
India's middle order batsman Hanuma Vihari scored a superb 111 in the first innings.
It was his maiden career Test century.
He became only the ninth Indian cricketer to slam a century at the Sabina Park, Kingston in Jamaica.
Vihari also amassed a 76-ball unbeaten 53 in the second innings.
This was his third consecutive fifty-plus score in the series.
He became the 15th Indian bowler to go past this figure.
Ishant Sharma surpassed Kapil Dev to become the most successful Indian pacer outside Asia.
Kapil had 155 scalps in 45 Tests. Ishant, who was tied with Kapil, now has 158 wickets outside Asia.
He also raced to 278 career Test scalps.
Jasprit Bumrah took 6/27 in the first innings.
This was his best figures in an innings.
Bumrah created history by becoming the third Indian to claim a hat-trick in Test cricket after Harbhajan Singh and Irfan Pathan.
He became the second Asian after Nuwan Zoysa to claim a Test hat-trick outside Asia.
He became the third bowler to claim a Test hat-trick in Windies.
Ajinkya Rahane scored an unbeaten 64 in the second innings.
This was his 19th career Test fifty.
Mayank Agarwal slammed his third career Test fifty.
Ravindra Jadeja now has 196 career Test wickets and is four away from the mark of 200.
Rishabh Pant broke MS Dhoni's record to be the fastest to 50 dismissals
Pant achieved the mark in his 11th Test match..
India amassed 416 runs in the first innings after some impressive batting knocks.
The century-plus stand between Vihari and Ishant was monumental.
Windies were dismissed for 117 after a Bumrah show.
India batted once again and scored 168/4 after some early blues.
For Windies, a target of 468 was always going to be elusive.
India were patient and churned out a crucial win.
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