India recover at tea against West Indies

India trail the West Indies by five runs at tea on the second day of their first Test match in Kolkata.

India have recovered in the afternoon session of day two in their first Test match against the West Indies in Kolkata.

The hosts were 120-5 at lunch at Eden Garden but finished on 229 for the loss of six wickets at tea, training their opponents by just five runs.

Rohit Sharma was the key for the Indians during the second session of the day, scoring 61 runs, while captain MS Dhoni added 42 before he was dismissed.

Ravichandran Ashwin proved to be able partner on the crease for Sharma, notching up 38 runs before the two teams went into the break.

Shane Shillingford during a West Indies Net Session at Trent Bridge on May 23, 2012
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