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Stuart Broad, after scoring 62 runs off 45 balls, also showed amazing with the ball and took 2 wickets of the Windies team till the second day.

Language | Updated: 25 Jul 2020, 11:50:00 PM IST

ENG vs WI: Windies on backfoot on second day of Manchester Test
  • England scored 369 runs in the first innings, 6 wickets fell for the second day only
  • West Indies still 232 runs behind England's first innings score, threat of follow on
  • Stuart Broad took 2 wickets for the Windies team for the second day after scoring 62 off 45 balls.
  • Pacer Kemar Roach of the Windies team completed 200 wickets of his Test career


England, on the second day of the third and final Test, pushed West Indies on the path of follow-on with the help of the all-round performance of Stuart Broad. After scoring 369 runs in the first innings, England removed West Indies 6 wickets for 137 on the second day. The second day's play had to end early due to poor lighting. However, despite the weather department's forecast, it did not rain.

The West Indies are currently 232 runs behind England's first innings score and are facing a follow-on threat. At the end of the second day's play, captain Jason Holder was on 24 and Shane Dowrich was on 10.

Read, what happened on the second day in Manchester Test

Broad, who scored 62 off 45 balls by showing Jauhar with the first bat, took two wickets for 17 runs in ten overs. Unhappy with being excluded from the first Test, Broad had taken three wickets in both innings, showing the bowling feat in the second Test. Broad took the wicket of Craig Brathwaite in the very first over. After that Joffra Archer dismissed opener John Campbell (32). Shai Hope (17) was sent to the pavilion by James Anderson.

ENG vs WI: Windies on backfoot on second day of Manchester TestENG vs WI: Windies on backfoot on second day of Manchester Test

Three wickets fell in the last session, out of which Broad was trapped leg before by Roston Chase. Earlier, playing by 258 runs for four wickets, England lost 1-1 wickets in four consecutive overs and at one time the score was 280 runs for eight wickets. Oli Pope could not add to his score of 91 on the first day and missed out on a century. He got a life in the slip off Shannon Gabriel but he was dismissed by the same bowler in the next over.

Manchester Test: Windies on backfoot on second day

  • Manchester Test: Windies on backfoot on second day

    England pushed the West Indies to the backfoot on the second day in the third and final Test of the series on the strength of their bowlers. The Windies team scored 137 for 6 on Saturday until the end of the second day's play. At present, the Windies team are 232 runs behind England's first innings basis. At the time of the stumps, captain Jason Holder was at the crease with 24 and Shane Daurich scoring 10.

  • The Windies batsmen could not walk

    The batsmen of the Windies team could not walk and the guests lost 6 wickets in their first innings on the second day itself. Opener John Campbell contributed the most 32 and Jermaine Blackwood contributed 26 runs. Shai Hope scored 17 runs. Apart from him, opener Craig Brathwaite scored 1, Shamar Brooks 4, Roston Chase scored 9 runs.

  • Excellent performance by English fast bowlers

    England's fast bowlers, performing brilliantly, pushed the Windies to the backfoot on the second day. Pacer James Anderson, half-century Stuart Broad took 2–2 wickets while Jofra Archer and Chris Woakes picked up 1–1 wickets.

  • England scored 369 runs in the first innings

    England scored 369 runs in their first innings. Oli Pope (91) missed out on a century by just 9 runs and returned to the pavilion on his first day's score. He was bowled by Shannon Gabriel. Wicket-keeper batsman Jose Butler contributed 67 runs off 142 balls. At the same time, Stuart Broad scored 62 runs with the help of 9 fours and 1 six off 45 balls, which enabled the hosts to cross the score of 360. Opener Rory Burns also scored 57 runs.

  • Stuart Broad's knockout

    It seemed at one time that the England team would finish their first innings at less than 300, but Stuart Broad played a key role in bringing the team to 350 with a brilliant half-century. Broad studded fifty in 33 balls. He hit 9 fours and 1 six in his innings of 45 balls. He returned to the pavilion as the 9th wicket on the team's score of 356.

  • Pope missed the second test century of his career

    Oli Pope scored 91 runs in his innings of 150 balls with the help of 11 fours. He missed the second century of his Test career by just 9 runs. Pope was slowly increasing his score but failed to understand Gabriel's ball and bowled. He added 140 runs for the fifth wicket with Jose Butler.

  • Kemar Roach burns, completes 200 Test wickets

    Pacer Kemar Roach of the Windies team took 4 wickets for 72 runs in the innings. He also completed 200 wickets in his Test career. Apart from them, Shannon Gabriel and Roston Chase took 2-2 wickets, while captain Jason Holder got 1 wicket.

Chris Woakes (1) flicked the ball out and fast bowler Kemar Roach got his 200th Test wicket. Jos Buttler scored 67 runs and caught Holder off the second slip off Gabriel. Holder also caught Joffra Archer (3) off Roach. Roach took four wickets for 72 runs.


Shot broad

Broad held one end for England. He scored a fast-paced half-century off 33 balls. He came in joint third place in the list of batsmen who scored the fastest Test half-century for England. Broad's 62-ball innings ended with a sweep shot in deep. He added a useful 76 runs in his innings with Dom Bess hitting 9 fours and a six.

Bess was unbeaten on 18, while Anderson was the last man out to score 11 runs. England added 111 runs in the first season.

Stuart Broad celebrating after taking wickets

Stuart Broad celebrating after taking wickets

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