Team India Hosted For Dinner By Indian High Commissioner In Jamaica

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Team India have had a memorable Caribbean tour so far as they have won the limited-overs series (3-0 in T20Is and 2-0 in ODIs) so far. India are undefeated.

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Updated On:

Team India have had a memorable Caribbean tour so far as they have won the limited-overs series (3-0 in T20Is and 2-0 in ODIs) so far. India also completely outclassed West Indies in the first Test by a mammoth 318 runs to start their ICC World Test Championship campaign in style. Virat Kohli & Co. will now be aiming for a complete whitewash and also to register another win in the game's longest format when both sides lock horns against each other in the second Test which gets underway at Jamaica on Friday. However, before the Virat Kohli-led side take to the field, they were invited for a special occasion. 

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Virat Kohli & Co. attend the official team dinner at the Indian High Commissioner's residence

A couple of days before the second and final Test between India and West Indies, Virat Kohli & Co. had attended the official team dinner at the Indian High Commissioner M. Sevala Naik's residence in Jamaica. The image of all members of Team India attending the official team dinner was posted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on their official Twitter handle.

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Virat Kohli & India's race to World Test Championship

India have had an undefeated run in the ongoing Caribbean tour. Since the beginning of this tour, they never really allowed the West Indies to make an impact. After the limited-overs series, India continued the domination in red-ball cricket as well. The first Test which was played in Antigua marked the beginning of the ICC World Test Championship for India and West Indies. The top-ranked Test side's mammoth win over West Indies helped them earn 60 points and are now at the summit of the points table. If India register another win against West Indies then not only will they win the series and complete a whitewash but will also add 60 more points under their belt which will take their points tally to 120. 

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