Second Test, Mumbai



India 495 beat West Indies 182 & 187 by an innings & 126 runs



Match scorecard




Sachin Tendulkar bowed out of international cricket with India winning by an innings and 126 runs against West Indies in Mumbai.


In his 200th Test match, the 40-year-old batting legend's final day came 24 years and one day after his Test debut.


He bowled two overs but was unable to take a wicket as West Indies, resuming on 43-3, were bowled out for 187.


India players formed a guard of honour for Tendulkar, who was presented with a host of awards in a lavish ceremony.


"It's hard to believe that wonderful journey is coming to end," a clearly emotional Tendulkar told a packed Wankhede Stadium.


"It's getting a little difficult to talk but I'll manage. The most important person in my life, and I've missed him a lot since he passed away in 1999, is my father, without his guidance I don't think I'd be standing in front of you."


It was the second successive innings victory for India, and their comprehensive 2-0 series victory lifts them above England into second place in the Test rankings.