England vs West Indies 2nd Test Day 2 highlights: In response to England's first innings of 469 for 9 wickets, West Indies have scored 32 runs for one wicket in 14 overs till stumps on the second day. He is 437 runs behind England. He has received the only setback as Craig Brathwaite (6).
| | Updated: 18 Jul 2020, 12:06:00 AM IST
In response to England's first innings of 469 for 9 wickets, the West Indies scored 32 runs for one wicket in 14 overs till stumps on the second day. He is 437 runs behind England. He is dealt the only blow as Craig Brathwaite (6), while John Campbell (12 *) and Aljari Joseph (14 *) return unbeaten. Earlier, on the centuries of Ben Stokes (176) and Dom Sibley (120), England declared the first innings for 469 for 9 wickets.
Earlier, Stokes appeared to be moving towards the double century, after the tea break, adding four runs to his score and lost the wicket. He scored 176 runs in his marathon innings with 356 balls which included 17 fours and two sixes. Kemar Roach caught him in the hands of Shane Dorich behind the wicket. She was given a life in the street by Shai Hope off Shannon Gabriel for 157 runs.
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Stokes, who was the hero of England's victories in the World Cup and Ashes series last year, also shared a 260-run partnership with Sibley. England's score at the time of their wicket fall was 395 runs and four wickets fell within 33 runs. Jose Butler was caught by Holder at the score of 40, whose catch was caught by Joseph. Dom Bess 31 and Stuart Broad were 11 not out. Dom Sibli was bowled out for 120 runs, after which the England batsmen scored very fast in the second season.
Sibli defeated Stokes in the race to complete the century. He completed a century in 312 balls, which is England's fifth slowest century since 1990. England lost two wickets in the second season. Sibli, who was at the crease for a long time, caught Kemar Roach at midwicket off spinner Roston Chase. He scored 120 runs facing 372 balls which is his second highest score.
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On the other hand, for the West Indies, Roston Chase spent 172 runs, taking 5 wickets in his bag, while Roach got 2 wickets. Man of the match Gabriel (26 overs 79 runs) could not take a single wicket after performing brilliantly in the first match. He also missed many opportunities during fielding.