The West Indies' batting finally fired with Darren Bravo leading the way. Bravo struck his 3rd century in four Tests to help the visitors post 575/9 on Day 2 of the third Test against India at the Wankhede Stadium. (All AP and AFP Images)
India hit back with quick wickets in the last session after West Indies had dominated most of the day. Debutant Varun Aaron led the way with 3 wickets including that of centurion Darren Bravo.
R Ashwin, who scalped the Windies openers on Day 1, added two more wickets to his kitty, getting rid of Marlon Samuels and Ravi Rampaul.
Darren Bravo and Kieran Powell added 160 runs for the fourth wicket to propel West Indies' total past 500.
Kieran Powell hit his second Test fifty but fell short of his maiden ton after being dismissed on 81 by Pragyan Ojha.
Indian cricket team Physio Evan Speechly (C) attends to pacer Ishant Sharma during the second day's play of the third Test against West Indies.
Sachin Tendulkar didn't get a chance to bat on the day but was seen rolling his arm over, bowling six overs.