PHOTOS: Indian bowlers continue domination over West Indies in 2nd Test

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Kingston, July 31: Ravichandran Ashwin continued to bamboozle the West Indies batsmen with another five-wicket haul while Lokesh Rahul scored an unbeaten half-century as India took firm control on the first day of the second cricket Test, here today (July 30).

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Ashwin grabbed 5 for 52 in 16 overs en route his 18th five-wicket haul in longer format as West Indies were all out for 196 in 52.3 overs.

The off-spinner took centrestage after initial breakthroughs from Ishant Sharma (2/53 in 10 overs) and Mohammed Shami (2/23) as rival skipper Jason Holder had decided to make first use of a lively pitch.

The visitors then further consolidated their position by reaching 126 for 1 as they are now only 70 runs short of the West Indies first innings score.

Here are the images from the first innings:

India dominate WI bowlers

West Indies' Marlon Samuels, right, makes it safely back to his ground as India's Cheteshwar Pujara fields during day one of their second cricket Test match at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground in Kingston, Jamaica.

Kohli & Co dominate WI

India's captain Virat Kohli, third fro left, celebrates after he caught West Indies' Darren Bravo, right, for a first ball duck during day one of their second cricket Test match at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground in Kingston, Jamaica.

Blackwood scores quick fifty

West Indies' Jermaine Blackwood plays a shot from the bowling of India's Ishant Sharma during day one of their second cricket Test match at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground in Kingston, Jamaica.

Pacers demolish WI batsmen

Mohammed Shami, third from left, celebrates taking the wicket of West Indies' Rajendra Chandrika.

Indian bowlers continue domination

West Indies' Jermaine Blackwood hits a four off India's Amit Mishra during day one of their second cricket Test match at the Sabina Park Cricket Ground in Kingston.

Indian bowlers continue domination

India's Shikhar Dhawan, left, celebrates after he caught West Indies' Shane Dorwich during day one of their second cricket Test match.

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