West Indies trail India by 270 at the end of day two of the second Test in Mumbai.
The West Indies trail India by 270 runs in their second Test in Mumbai after getting the hosts all out for 495 in their first innings.
Earlier in the day, Sachin Tendulkar, who is competing in his 200th and final Test match, was dismissed for 74 in what could be his final innings at the crease.
After tea, Rohit Sharma managed to push on for the hosts by surpassing his century and ended the innings unbeaten on 111 from 127 balls, but Bhuvneshwar Kumar (4) eventually fell, as did Pragyan Ojha for a duck.
Mohammed Shami (11) was the final batsman to be dismissed before the West Indies took to the crease for a short stint on day two.