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Anderson finished with figures of 5 for 46.

Jason Holder in the late morning, leaving England struck on 30 for 1 at lunch on day 2 at the Kensington Oval on Thursday (January 24). England opener Rory Burns and Keaton Jennings - put had to play to a steady start, the first hour of the innings without any problems. However, the holder of the delivery, the batsman forced to leave Jennings out for a drive and induced to slip an outer edge, Shai hope.

Earlier in the day, Windies led by Shimron Hetmyer attack - pushed, 289. In contrast to fashion a rich, the ninth wicket pair chuggled along with no damage for the first 45 minutes of the day. Also, the last two batsman get out of the brand, Alzarri Joseph good defense and showed his short stay and helped stitch 25 runs for the ninth wicket. He hit from 21 balls before an edge to the 'keeper to hand James Anderson his fifth wicket of the innings.

With Shannon Gabriel on the other end, Hetmyer no other choice had to go but for the big shots. In this commandment, he got an edge to slips, to give during the search, slog Ben Stokes to 81, the all-rounder's fourth wicket of the innings.

In the course of his innings on Thursday, there was a bizarre moment when he was caught excellent. There was clear evidence that he restrained, as he looked behind, to accompany as soon as the ball to his racket with sound. But the law went boom fast for a review and the Ultra-Edge, there was no indication that the bowler Ben Stokes disappointment.

Brief Scores: Windies 289 (Shimron Hetmyer 81, Shai Hope, 57; James Anderson 5-46, Ben Stokes 4-59) England 30/1 (Keaton Jennings 17; Jason holder 1-6) by 259 runs.

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