The guys in the Caribbean, headed by Jason Holder, were expecting to replicate the bowling heroics of their first Test. But, England, after enduring early negatives, bounced back as Dom Sibley and Ben Stokes crushed heaps to secure their side’s ship. Sibley and Stokes, however, displayed endurance and endurance to stay at the center and prevent a batting collapse. The duo stitched a 200+ batting rack to put England on the very top of their people.
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England intending to level the series 1-1

Stokes, who’s thought of one of the greatest all-rounders of this contemporary age, pulled a gaudy shot throughout the gritty inning. Ben Stokes’ absurd shot, which went to get a six, arrived in the 115th within the game, bowled by Alzarri Joseph. Stokes timed the ball perfection, held his pose, and saw that the ball sailing across the border smoothly. England Cricket also shared with the clip of Stokes’ six and termed it’absurd.’ The tweet, in almost no time, garnered lots of likes and remarks lauding Stokes’ flamboyance.  Roston Chase, meanwhile, emerged as the most influential West Indies bowler because he scalped three wickets, including the key one of Dom Sibley. Sibley left after scoring an essential 120-run knock. The next Test also observed a comprehensive bowling overhaul of those hosts as England decided to break Mark Wood and James Anderson. At the same time, Jofra Archer was omitted for breaching the bio-security protocol. The 3 Lions will bowl with a few new legs in Old Trafford with veteran Stuart Broad paving his way to the side. Broad, upon his grief from the first Test, had voiced his frustration and frustration. Together with Broad, Sam Curran and Chris Woakes also have been included in England’s speed battery to the next Test. Like us on Facebook for more update


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