West Indies coach Stuart Law has been suspended for his side's upcoming two One-Day Internationals against India following a breach of the ICC Code of Conduct during the second Test in Hyderabad, for criticising the match officials.
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Not long after Morgan tweeted a picture of a mesmerised Meghan looking at Prince Harry with the caption: "Once an actress". Prince Harry and Meghan abandoned their strict schedule and instead spent 25 minutes meeting royal fans.
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Some members of the crowd gave the parents-to-be presents for their unborn child, including 10-year-old Courtney Pistone. Luke, who has Down syndrome, caught everyone's attention by throwing himself into Meghan and Harry's arms.
It was an all-action day in the second Test between India and the West Indies at Hyderabad as the hosts completed a 10-wicket victory inside three days. Virat Kohli is back as the captain of the Indian One-day global team for the initial two matches of the arrangement against the Windies. India leads West Indies by 56 runs in the first innings.
Kieran Powell went to Ashwin and Hope's (28) attempts to steady the ship in a 39-run partnership with Hetmyer (17) were ended as the two men were removed in quick succession. Lokesh Rahul (33 not out) and Prithvi Shaw (33 not out) made light work of the chase thereafter as India took the series 2-0 in dominant style.
"Umesh is right up there to be featuring in Australia", Kohli told reporters. Holder, who scored 52 in the first innings, trapped Kohli lbw for 45.
Jason Holder picked up five wickets for West Indies while Shannon Gabriel took three wickets. Law also received a fine of 100 per cent of his match fees along with three demerit points. The Delhi batsman had started the series in 111th position and would be deriving satisfaction from the rankings gain after missing centuries in successive Tests, also dismissed for 92 in the opening match in Rajkot.