Ten deliveries into his Test career, the Mumbai pacer was forced off field with a groin strain and will now sit out of action for the entire duration of the ODI series. Indian spinners also aided Yadav to attack from the other hand. Lokesh Rahul (33 not out) and Prithvi Shaw (33 not out) made light work of the chase thereafter as India took the series 2-0 in dominant style.
Fast bowler Shannon Gabriel claimed three for 107, while left-arm spinner Jomel Warrican, in his first Test in almost three years, ended with two for 84.
Ambris and Holder (19) delayed the inevitable after tea, adding 38 for the seventh wicket to keep India wicket-less for almost 40 minutes. He also became only the third Indian paceman after Kapil Dev and Javagal Srinath to claim 10 wickets in a home Test.
The young Prithvi Shaw has had a dream start to his senior global career with the Indian team, having scored 237 run in two matches, including a century.
This was the first 10-wicket win for India in this decade in the longest format of the game.
Prior to the series in England, Umesh had played only one one-day match in the preceding 12 months. 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.
Holder struck three times with his pace bowling in the morning session to trigger a collapse after the hosts started the day on 308-4 in their first innings in response to West Indies' 311 in Hyderabad. Speedster Umesh Yadav picked up 3 wickets, while R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav bagged 1 wicket each in the second innings.
Two balls later, Holder brought one back to trap Jadeja lbw without scoring and Gabriel accounted for Rishabh Pant three overs later for 92, caught at point by Shimron Hetmyer after adding seven to his overnight score.
- Ravichandran Ashwin completed 500 wickets in First-Class cricket (107 matches) - the fourth fastest Indian to achieve the feat.