Sunday , June 13 2021

West Indies vs England first Test Bridgetown, a record deal between Shane Dooric and Jason Holder swallows England



Exclusive pair of West Indies captain Jason Holder and a supportive century from Shane Dooric left England for a second day and struggled to avoid a huge defeat in the first test on Friday.

Just 24 hours after England was overtaken for 77, Holder gained the misery by 202 not as his country gained 415-6, announced in his second inning on the third day to put England as a conditional winning goal of 628.

Keaton Jennings and Rory Burns safely reached the end of the 56-0, but for two days their efforts were the tip of the iceberg on the affected side of Joe Rout.

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Holder hit 23 fourscore and eight sixs as he inappropriately punished an apathetic attack and proved to be an impostor in the low position of number eight.

"To win a double penny in front of your home crowd is a very nice feeling," said Holder.

– I was in ecstasy. It was a real reality. We are very confident. England is still far away. With a small variable jump, there are still many things in our favor. Maybe we can take it with tea.

Only two players in the history of cricket have scored more than this position in the batting order, Vasim Akram and Imtiaz Ahmed, while his 295-test with Dauric (116 did not come) is the third largest game ever to see for the seventh. back door.

Holder produced a bright blank holiday when he reached 200 by knocking Jennings's private day job on the side of his leg and his quick statement left England with 20 hits to break.

In the short term, all highlights will be trained for the watt for six full sessions to claim equality, but there are also questions about the makeup of the English team and the condition of James Anderson and Ben Stokes.

They sent about 100 frames between them in Bridgetown and looked tired as they moved into the handle of Holder and Dowrich.

The Holder raced to his third 99-ball test table, accelerating with a pair of sixs from Adil Rashid's fight.

Captain Routte, at one point, ran to bowling on the footpath, while the enthusiasm of England diminished.

Root's disposition did not help when Holder survived the two half-lives of 127 and 151, Burns and Ben Foakes, trying to play in two very difficult chances but coming short.

Anderson picked up the second new ball with more resignation than pleasure and did a little better than the old one.

Douric delayed as he approached his hundred, but came in the style of the 200 partnerships as he drove the veteran pimach to descend to the ground, showing the whole face of his bat.

One stroke at a point by Moghni Ali allowed him to take the spotlight from Holder for a moment in honor of his third century on that level, but soon returned to the captain.

Jennings's average rhythm had to be welcomed as Holder stood up to 198, and later he headed for rich and deserved recognition.

England, setting a massive 628 goal to win the series test, was 0-56 on stumps on the third day, starting neatly but still faced with the discouraging prospect of surviving two more days in Bridgetown.

After 18 loops fell on Thursday, there was no remarkable change in the status of both Kensington Oval teams on Friday, which did not seem to change much overnight.

Holder inserted his name into record books with an undefeated first century before announcing his second inning for 6-415 after the tea.

His 202, achieved in a healthy clip that was not far from the ball, was the third highest of No. 8 in the history of the tests, behind only the Pakistani duo of Vassim Akram (257no) and Imtiaz Ahmed (209).

The Holder and Dauric, who made 116 more sick, set 295 to surpass the previous record of the unparalleled partnership 259 placed by India's VVS Laxman and MS Dhoni against South Africa in 2010.

England's discoverers Rory Burns (39) and Keaton Jennings (11) survived 20 times without much trouble until the end.

The undisputed start of tourists for the second inning was in sharp contrast to their 77 in their first inning, the lowest test ever since each team in Kensington Oval.

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