Chris Woakes and Dom Bess shineAmong the most underrated players of England’s new team needs to become Chris Woakes. The English all-rounder consistently performs for his group when required. He’s an asset with the bat and the ball. On Day 5, he eventually showed his skill with the ball and was able to have a five-wicket haul. He ignored the lower and middle order of their people to hand his staff a fantastic victory.While Dom Bess wasn’t needed to bowls fielding genius is exactly what left everybody amazed. A brilliant direct hit led to Roston Chase’s dismissal. It was a blend of fast reflexes and a fantastic presence of mind. While it seemed like he was likely to select the nonstriker’s end, the Englishman turned quickly and threw the ball in striker’s finish to grab the batsman short of his crease.
West Indies batsmen disappoint once againThe West Indies batting line-up has been of no game to the English bowlers. They played with rash shots when survival has been the requirement of the hour. With rain around, the batsmen must have appeared to devote some time to the center. Nevertheless, it did not happen and were finally bowled out for only 129 in only 37.1 overs.Woakes finished with five wickets while Broad had four to his title. The maximum score with a Caribbean batsman from the innings has been 31, which reveals how badly they failed as a team. Stuart Broad, because of his 16 wickets, won the Man of the Series award, and not surprisingly, he was the player of the game.
Congratulations @windiescricket The entire cricketing world owes you big time for being prepared to play that series. 👏— Adam Gilchrist (@gilly381) July 28, 2020
And well done @StuartBroad8 A champions greatest quality is longevity. You are a true champion.— Adam Gilchrist (@gilly381) July 28, 2020
💔😔 #ENGvWI— Tino95 (@tinobest) July 28, 2020
England win by 2️⃣6️⃣9️⃣ runs 🎉Stuart Broad finishes with figures of 10/67 🔥 #ENGvWI pic.twitter.com/vC2ntoKZp7— ICC (@ICC) July 28, 2020
Facebook for more
Maybe it’s the wine, but watching Jimmy and Broady sharing a jumper whilst putting on a masterclass this afternoon almost brought a tear to my eye. What did we do to deserve them?#ENGvWI #bbccricket #Branderson pic.twitter.com/qjeMeGvEdI— Eleanor Higgs (@Ellie_Higgs) July 26, 2020