West Indies batsman Darren Bravo, who notched up a fine 136 in a challenging situation, expressed sadness after the day's play that his ton was not enough to save his side. But at the same time, he was proud of the stiff fight the Windies batsmen put up in the second innings.
"Making India bat again in any case was an uphill task. But anyhow, we have our heads high with our performance in the second innings."
Bravo however predicted tough days ahead in Mumbai, the venue for the third and final Test, from Nov 22. "It will be difficult in Mumbai too, but we'll certainly play with a lot of pride and passion," Bravo said.