Kraigg Brathwaite
Kraigg Brathwaite
Caribbean opener Kraigg Brathwaite & wicket-keeper batsman Shane Dowrich on 3rd Day of their first Test against England in the Ageas Bowl at Southampton. Both scored critical half-centuries and guided West Indies into some 114-run lead. Brathwaite smashed Sixty Five off 125 balls, while Dowrich brought his 10th Evaluation half-century, scoring 61 away 115 deliveries.
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The middle-order set of Shamarh Brooks and Roston Chase supported nicely with their critical 39 and 47, respectively. West Indies resumed Day 3 in 57 for 1, tracking England by 147 runs, and in the long term, they have been bundled out for 318.
For Eng, their stand-in skipper Ben Stokes led in the front because he bagged four crucial wickets. These would be the fifth-best statistics to get an English captain in debut innings.
Experienced pacer James Anderson also appreciated excellent sessions because he made three scalps from the innings. The highest wicket-taker for England bowled Twenty Five overs, conceding Sixty Two runs in a market of 2.50. Mark Wood, on the other hand, ended the event by taking the final wicket of West Indies’ first innings. But, speedster Jofra Archer did not have some success as he went wicketless. Some exciting statistics bring benefits for the West Indies side. There were three cases if the Caribbean team has dropped a Test after taking 100-plus runs to lead to the first innings. The previous event when WI lost the match in this scenario came in 2000 in Lords from England.  In the second innings, England has submitted 15 runs on the board in stumps without a reduction. Hosts course by 99 runs with just two days staying in the game. Like us on Facebook for more update


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