India dominated the last two sessions of the third day’s play in the second and final Test match to crush West Indies by 10 wickets and complete a series whitewash with ease on Sunday.After being bowled out cheaply in the first session and managing only a lead of 56 runs, the Indian bowlers riding on Umesh Yadav’s brilliant spell roared back to knock the West Indies over for a paltry 127 in their second essay.Indian openers Prithvi Shaw and KL Rahul then chased down the target of 72 in 16.1 overs to win the Test match and complete their 10th successive series win at home.Hyderabad Test, Day 3: Report | Highlights | PhotosThe series win meant that India are now the only team other than Australia to achieve the feat. Australia did it twice from 1994/95 to 2000/01 and 2004-2008/09. India’s reign started from 2012 and is yet to be broken.CHAMPIONS #TeamIndia @Paytm #INDvWI pic.twitter.com/oUlwtb9ZX3BCCI (@BCCI) October 14, 2018India’s domination at home started with a 4-0 thrashing of Australia in 2012/13 and it was followed by series wins over West Indies (2-0 in 2013/14), South Africa (3-0 in 2015/16), New Zealand (3-0 in 2016/17), England (4-0 in 2016/17), Bangladesh (1-0 in 2016/17), Australia (2-1 in 2016/17), Sri Lanka (1-0 in 2017/18), Afghanistan (1-0 in 2018) and West Indies (2-0 in 2018/19).Talking of domination, India also extended their consecutive series win record over the Windies to seven and their unbeaten run in Test matches against the same opposition to 21 — it started back in 2002.Also read – Umesh Yadav deserves what he has achieved in Hyderabad Test: Virat KohliadvertisementThe resounding victory over Jason Holder’s side was also India’s 8th 10-wicket win in the history of red-ball cricket. The first one came in 1952 versus Pakistan at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. The other seven have come against Pakistan (Chennai, 1980), New Zealand (Hyderabad, 1988), England (Mohali, 2001), Zimbabwe (Harare, 2005), New Zealand (Hamilton, 2009), Bangladesh (Mirpur, 2010) and against West Indies in this match. Umesh Yadav picked up six wickets in the first innings and four in the second (AP Photo)The win was largely possible because of Umesh, who was on song over the last couple of days. After picking up career-best figures of 6/88 in the first innings, he picked up 4 for 45 in the second innings to grab his maiden 10-wicket haul in Test cricket and set up a comprehensive victory for India at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad.In the process, Umesh became the third Indian pacer overall to register a 10-wicket haul in Test matches in India. The other two are Javagal Srinath (13/132 vs Pakistan) and Kapil Dev 11/146 vs Pakistan).Also read – Prithvi Shaw cherishes man-of-the-series award in debut Test seriesA clinical performance by #TeamIndia as they beat the Windies by 10 wickets to clinch the series 2-0. This is their 10 consecutive victory at home @Paytm #INDvWI pic.twitter.com/Mr0Qv7hEWFBCCI (@BCCI) October 14, 2018Young Prithvi Shaw also jumped on to the stats bandwagon when he hit the winning runs off Devendra Bishoo. The 18-year-old, who finished the series with 234 runs, is now the second-youngest in the history of Test cricket to hit the winning runs for his team. At the age of 18 years and 198 days, Pat Cummins is the youngest to do so, when he smashed the winning runs against South Africa in 2011 in Johannesburg.Shaw achieved the feat at 18 years and 339 days on Sunday.