West Indies collapse
West Indies collapse
West Indies captain Jason Holder and pacer Shannon Gabriel bowled inspirational charms on Day two of their 1st Test Match against England in the Ageas Bowl at Southampton. While he enrolled his most significant characters in Test cricket, Gabriel also shimmered with all the red-ball. England’s immediate scorers, Rory Burns and Joe Denly began, the afternoon using a hope to construct a venture, but they might just add 11 runs until Gabriel drew the first blood in the opening session. Top-order batsman Denly obtained a ripper, and his defense had been crushed. Shortly after, Burns also became the casualty of Gabriel since the left-handed batter was adjudged leg-before wicket.
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Like 2 strikes in the 1st overs weren’t sufficient, England yet again obtained rock-bottom when they dropped two batsmen. In the shape of Zack Crawley and Ollie Pope. Holder dismissed Crawley to get 10, followed by Pope to get 12. And all of a sudden, hosts were fighting at 87/5. But, subsequently, English stand-in skipper Ben Stokes and assaulting batsman Jos Buttler took their side out of sexy waters. And also added that a critical 67-run stand. Nevertheless, it was again who provided the breakthrough. He obtained both Stokes and Buttler captured out from the wickets. Ultimately, England could just reach 204. He gave 42 runs and went beyond his previous best of 6 to 59. Unlike England, the people needed a steady start since the duo additional 43 runs over the board before England’s highest wicket-taker from the most extended arrangement. James Anderson delivered Campbell back to the pavilion. Like us on Facebook for more update


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