West Indies coach Floyd Reifer was left disappointed after another batting collapse saw the hosts struggle to 87/7 on the second day of the second Test against India.

In a lethal opening spell on Saturday, Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah (6/16) rattled the West Indies by picking up the first five wickets, three of which came in successive balls in the ninth over.

“Our batting was disappointing again as we did not leave a lot of balls early in the innings. When the ball is moving, you have to play the ball as late as possible. We have to work on our batting,” Reifer said.

West Indies bowlers were also made to toil hard by overnight batsman Hanuma Vihari (111), who scored his first international century and added 112 runs with Ishant Sharma (57) after India were reduced to 302/7 at one stage.

The duo’s effort helped India post 416 in their first innings. “Tough day today, the way we started we aimed to bowl out India early. Our bowlers bowled a pretty good line and length, we maintained a good scoring rate in terms of keeping India under three per over,” Reifer said.

For the West Indies, skipper Jason Holder was the most successful bowler as he returned with a five-wicket haul, while debutant Rahkeem Cornwall picked up three. Kemar Roach bagged one wicket.

“Roach, Holder, and Cornwall had good spells. It’s a matter of us not seizing the key moments of the game. We have got to take our chances, especially on flat wickets like these. When the chances come, opportunities come and you have to capitalize on them,” Reifer said.