Roston Chase scores 106, Yadav takes 6 wickets for India

West Indies' cricketer Roston Chase celebrates scoring a century during the second day of the second cricket test match between India and West Indies

West Indies' cricketer Roston Chase celebrates scoring a century during the second day of the second cricket test match between India and West Indies

Indian cricketer Umesh Yadav holds the ball up as they leave the field at the end of an innings during the second day of the second cricket test match

Indian cricketer Umesh Yadav holds the ball up as they leave the field at the end of an innings during the second day of the second cricket test match

Indian bowler Umesh Yadav, left, celebrates the dismissal of West Indies' cricketer Devender Bishoo during the second day of the second cricket test m

Indian bowler Umesh Yadav, left, celebrates the dismissal of West Indies' cricketer Devender Bishoo during the second day of the second cricket test m

West Indies' cricketer Roston Chase celebrates scoring a century during the second day of the second cricket test match between India and West Indies

West Indies' cricketer Roston Chase celebrates scoring a century during the second day of the second cricket test match between India and West Indies

West Indies' cricketer Roston Chase celebrates scoring a century during the second day of the second cricket test match between India and West Indies

West Indies' cricketer Roston Chase celebrates scoring a century during the second day of the second cricket test match between India and West Indies

HYDERABAD, India (AP) — Roston Chase completed his century after resuming on 98 Saturday but fast bowler Umesh Yadav took six wickets for India to restrict the West Indies to 311 in their first innings on the second day of the second test.

Chase's 106 was his fourth ton and the first century by a West Indies batsman in India since Darren Bravo in 2011. West Indies could add only 16 to their overnight total of 295 for seven.

India made a speedy reply before lunch, scoring 80 for one to trail by 231 runs. Opener Prithvi Shaw was 52 not out and Cheteshwar Pujara on 9. Lokesh Rahul was bowled by West Indies captain Jason Holder for 4.

Umesh took six for 88, his best bowling figures. He will be on a hat-trick in the second innings, having dismissed Chase and Shannon Gabriel with successive deliveries to end the West Indies innings.

India won the first test of the two-match series by an innings and 272 runs at Rajkot.