Also Read:England vs. West Indies 2020:Players Have a knee Prior to the start of play in Service of Dark Lives Matter movementOn the other hand, the achievement was shown to be a single breakthrough for those visitors.
Joe Denly and Rory Burns work hard for runs.Joe Denly and Rory Burns subsequently had to endure more as a result of regular start and stops due to rain. Nevertheless, they were significant enough to weather the four-person Caribbean speed assault. Alzarri Joseph did not appear to be in his most beautiful as conducts came somewhat quickly after he had been released. Burns and Denly also played some lovely strokes since the planet cherished the yield of this game after a very long moment. Alas! The conditions needed its state with the mild deteriorating extremely fast, and also an early tea was shot with just 17.4 overs bowled just for the drama to never begin again. England were 35/1 afterward with Burns on 20 along with his spouse Denly looking powerful on 14. The lovers and the teams will be optimistic about much better weather on the next day as the game is predicted to proceed. Apart from all of the action along with also the BLM motion, Stuart Broad not enjoying this game was just another talking point. He had been left out in favor of Mark Wood since England chose to proceed with additional speed. The fraternity was eventually thrilled to find some live cricket and appreciated the activity, albeit just for 17.4 overs.
Cricket is back 😃Positive scenes coming out from UK. So good to finally see some cricket being played. Wishing both teams the best. Can’t wait to be out there myself 🤞 #EngVsWI— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) July 8, 2020
Cricket is on the mark… #ENGvWI #welldone #COVID19— Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) July 8, 2020
Cricket is back! BOOOOM! Great work everyone at @englandcricket 👏🏼 #RaiseTheBat #ENGvWI— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) July 8, 2020
Great to see the game is back 👍👍 https://t.co/NtI0SVTJXP— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) July 8, 2020
A moment of silence before the Test to pay tribute to Windies legend Sir Everton Weekes and those who have lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic #ENGvWI pic.twitter.com/U7ZzP400Oi— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) July 8, 2020
#ENGvWI This is me waiting for the match to start. pic.twitter.com/WIpjuGnGWM— Ritviz Tweeps⚡🚴 (@eklauta_) July 8, 2020
Here we are, supposedly,the worlds most passionate cricket nation, but seemingly unmoved by not been shown the historic WIEng series on any local tv sports channel.👍 Welcome to cricket lockdown!— Ramiz Raja (@iramizraja) July 8, 2020
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Finally, good to see Test cricket is back. Live and truly alive! Never watched ball by ball action of non-india matches but this is a historic match. Will be watching as much as I can 😁 #ENGvWI #EngvsWI pic.twitter.com/kyVnLkz8CY— R P Singh रुद्र प्रताप सिंह (@rpsingh) July 8, 2020