Washington Sundar was the other spinner to bag a wicket to make it eight for the three slow bowlers. Pacer Mohammed Siraj, who was preferred to Umesh Yadav for this Test, took the other two wickets.
The former Hyderabad middle-order batsman said that he has recovered from his hamstring injury which he suffered while taking a sharp single in the second innings of the Sydney Test.
Root reached his double ton with a six over long-on off the bowling of R Ashwin.
India took reviews in the 108th and 109th overs but both of them were turned down.
Stokes, who took guard at the start of the second day's play after opener Dominic Sibley was dismissed in the last over of the first day
Siraj got the wicket of Cameron Green in both the innings while he had Marnus Labuschagne (in first innings) and Travis Head and Nathan Lyon (in second innings)
"It is natural for me to put saliva. It's going to take some practise (to not apply saliva). But I think, if we all have to co-exist, which is the DNA of the human race, we will have to try and adapt to this."
The game was completely dominated by the Indian pace bowlers as they first rattled out Bangladesh for 150 in the first innings and then picked four wickets in their second innings in the first session itself
The 33-year-old cricketer, known for his variations with the ball, said he is looking forward to the upcoming Bangladesh series, especially the Pink-Ball Test to be played at Eden Gardens from November 22
For the visitors, Jasprit Bumrah, R. Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja picked one wicket each and dented the West Indies A top order.
The pace-spin duo of Mohammad Shami and Ashwin has been KXIP's best bowlers and they would look to put another good show.
This year's auction will feature 578 players in all with 361 of them being Indians. There are 16 top players awarded marquee status and a base price of Rs 2 crore with notable among them being Stokes, Ashwin, Shikhar Dhawan, Mitchell Starc
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