Jermaine Blackwood and Shannon Gabriel starred with a bat and a ball respectively. West Indies beat England in fourth place to lead the 3-match series 1-0. A passionate first test at the Ageas Bowl on Sunday.
The main test squad with an ankle injury
It was a poetic definition that Captain Jason Holder stayed in the folds after an outstanding show with a ball that scored six at-bats in one inning to set the mood for tourists. Gabriel, who joined the main test squad after joining the main test squad with an ankle injury, returned figures of 4/62 and 5/75 with a two-inning spell causing great confusion in the England rankings.
The fifth day belonged to Blackwood (95 in 154 balls, 12×4), who negotiated the bouncer’s artillery well for the first time and put his head on his shoulders to emerge as an unexpected hero.
After pursuing 200 for victory
Windies scored 27/3 in one stage before Roston Chase (37 in 88b, 1×4), while Blackwood shared 73 points to win the match for 5 weeks to stabilize the ship and set the course. . It took place in front of an empty stand, but for a famous victory that hit high notes around the world as cricket enthusiasts skimmed the action in the living room.
England captain Ben Stokes (2/39) eventually tried to enchant by removing blackwoods that couldn’t be reached in his century, but Holder (14 not out) and John Campbell (previously retired injured) Through the team at 8 o’clock.
Jofra Archer (3/45) cut down Windies’ top ranks and ruined Chase and Blackwood’s impressive fight with a late wicket just before the car, but England missed nearly three chances in the third session and one dropout. To annoy them.
Archer bowled the perfect guard, catching Chase to wicketkeeper Jos Buttler. A few minutes later, Shane Dowrich, 20, survived another unpleasant Archer bouncer beating his chest, and was shot on the first slip only for a review showing the bat wasn’t involved.
After remaining wicket-free in the first innings and a bit of play without veteran Stewart Broad being picked up in XI, Archer is back in style. Earlier this day, England resumed 2 innings on 284/8 and were able to add 29 more runs by tying for 313.
Shannon Gabriel started where he left off on day 4 and eliminated both Wood and Archer overnight hitters. During the chase, visitors did not look like hitters in the first essay.
Despite opener John Campbell hitting his foot with a bat to defend Archer Tortoe Crusher and getting injured, the top 3 fell in a row. Much of it was due to the way British bowlers bowl with their poison in the right area.
England 204 & 313 (Z Crawley 76, Dom Sibley 50; Shannon Gabriel 5/75); West Indies 318 & 200/6 (Jermaine Blackwood 95; Jofra Archer 3/45). (MR, input: institution).
West Indies captain Daren Sammy
Supports South African helper Lungi Ngidi after Friday former West Indies captain Daren Sammy was struck by former cricketers for his position on the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement Came out to do it.
Ngidi said that the issue of racism is we need to take it very seriously and take your position like the rest of the world is doing. However, Ngidi’s comments were not well received by Rudi Steyn, a former South African wicket. He shared an article on his Facebook page with Dippenaar and Symcox to express criticism in the comments section.
Sammy in a tweet in support of Lungi Ngidi, saying that the fact that some players in the past had problems with Lungi’s position on the #blacklivesmatter movement is actually why we still say black life is important here today.
I believe the Protea should take a stand against racism, but if you defend the’problem of black life’ while ignoring the way white farmers are’slaughtered’ like animals every day, you’ve lost my vote.
Having appeared in 38 tests and 107 ODIs in South Africa from 1999 to 2007, Dippenaar said, I’m afraid to say that “The Black Lives Matter” is nothing more than a leftist political movement.
The Black Lives Matter
The Black Lives Matter movement gained momentum following the death of an African-American man named George Floyd when a policeman pressed his knee to his neck. The incident sparked protests with former cricketers like Michael Holding, Jason Holder and Darren Sammy, and many people around the world commenting on racism. South Africa has a long racist history, when the apartheid islands ended in 1994.