4th Test: Rain, Wet Outfield Continue To Ruin India-West Indies Match
India's hopes of finishing their West Indies tour with a 3-0 win appear a distant dream after wet outfield and rains continue to prevent play for the last four days. West Indies were 62/2 before rains curtailed the first day and since then not a single ball has been bowled in the match. (Images credit: AFP/@bcci/@imVKohli)
Wet outfield forced the fourth day's play of the fourth Test between India and West Indies in Port of Spain to be abandoned.
Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli takes a selfie of him expressing disappointment after the play was called off.
Team India head coach Anil Kumble with West Indian legends Garfield Sobers (center) and Gordon Greenidge.
Indian Test skipper Virat Kohli with West Indian legend Garfield Sobers.
Groundsmen rush to cover the pitch after rains lashed Queen's Park Oval on the third day of the final Test in Port of Spain.
Wet outfield had delayed the start of third day's play as well.
Team India head coach Anil Kumble obliges fans with an autograph on second day of the fourth Test in Port of Spain.