Tendulkar started nervously before getting himself going with a single against Tino Best. (BCCI)
Tendulkar had hit Shillingford for two fours to reach 10, but the offie got him out LBW. However, replays showed the ball hit Tendulkar high on his back leg and would have gone over the stumps. (BCCI)
India lost openers Shikhar Dhawan and Murali Vijay early to Shane Shillingford. Vijay was out stumped beaten by the offspinner's turn. (BCCI)
Tendulkar sharing a light moment with West Indies fast bowler Tino Best before the start of play.
Shillingford did all the damage on the second morning, taking four wickets to reduce India to 120 for 5 at lunch. He dismissed Dhawan, Vijay, Tendulkar and Kohli, while debutant Sheldon Cottrell removed Pujara. (BCCI)
Sheldon Cottrell celebrates dismissing Cheteshwar Pujara - his first Test wicket - in his own unique way. (BCCI)
MS Dhoni scored 42 while adding 73 with Rohit Sharma before being dismissed by Tino Best. (BCCI)
India's debutants continued to enjoy their first Test outing. After Shami yesterday, it was Rohit's turn on Thursday to shine, and he did in style, hitting a century on debut. (BCCI)
With his fourth Test half-century, Ashwin once again proved that he is better than a No. 8 batsman. He added more than 100 runs in partnership with Rohit to help India take lead after being 83 for 5 at one stage. (BCCI)
Expected to bat at some stage on Thursday, Tendulkar came out to practice before the start of play.
India lost their openers early on the second morning, but the crowd didn't mind that one bit because Sachin Tendulkar walked in to bat.