India defeated the hosts by an innings and 92 runs in the first Test, which also happens to be the first assignment of new head coach Anil Kumble.

Tendulkar congratulated Kohli, Kumble and off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who notched up a seven-wicket haul to set up India's biggest margin of victory outside the sub-continent.

 


Riding on Kohli's 200 and Ashwin's 113, India amassed 566 for 8 declared in the first innings and then dismissed the West Indies for 243 and 231 in first and second innings respectively. All-rounder Irfan Pathan also heaped praise on Ashwin.



The second Test begins in Kingston on July 30. Former India spinner Bishan Bedi also praised India and asked them to continue their good run in the series.

 

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