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Cricket news - Chase 8-fer powers Windies to record win

Windies registered their biggest Test win at home (in terms of runs)

England were shattered. Not surprising. All 10 wickets fell on a day. Okay. Eight of those wickets fell to Roston chase from breaks, which, in turn, not on a flat wicket. How? The only England batsman to have answers. Or maybe, as you say, can happen to make print strange things. The visitors folded for 246, losing the opening game of the three-Test series by 381 runs, their third highest one (in terms of slopes) and the best home.

Chase can career finished with the best figures of 8 for 60, but England would know now, it was nowhere in the vicinity of the spell that Kemar Roach had displayed, in their 77-bundle. Nevertheless, it proved to be instrumental in the pitch were found to be well placed, after half a century of Keaton Jennings, Rory Burns are had relaxed for batting, and England.

The left-handed duo claimed that an approach had reaped rewards, the ticking in the last session on Friday, with Jennings's other work carefully, and Burns to keep the ball, the scoreboard. It worked well, with the first hour of the morning, without taking any damage. However, Jennings finally fell for the bait, as he tried to slash at a delivery angling away from it, and it slips.

With the pitch caused little trouble, and the first wicket didn't seem to bother the, England and the dynamism achieved as much as Jonny Bairstow is Burning freely in the company, who registered his first Test fifty. However, at the stroke of Midday, Chase got in England their second breakthrough. Burns played for the turn which wasn't there and dropped the ball between his bat and pad and loses his stumps.

The manner of Burns ' s dismissal was the pattern for the whole of England. The player has not played for the turn that was there, and, finally, to surround the vicinity in front of came out, a field player or caught his leg. Adil Rashid was the only batsman out was hiding out in the deep to catch courtesy of a penalty by Kraigg Brathwaite who has ropes of a juggling-act in the vicinity of the border. Chase, of the later figures of 8 for 60 was not only his best, but also the best by a West Indian spinner since 1971.

Several English players have, but is starting to hang in long, with Chase striking with regular deliveries, seemed to be nothing, but unplayable. Ben Stokes was trapped leg, Joe Root and Moeen Ali edged cuts to the slip field players, Jos Buttler flicked to mid-wicket, where John Campbell took a fine catch diving, and Ben Foakes swept directly to Shimron Hetmyer at forward short leg.

It was very little help for the pacers on the game field. However, Shannon Gabriel impressed with his flood of targeted bouncer. He would have exceeded accounted for the wicket of Joe Root but replays he had proposed, and the England skipper was given a life when on 1. He couldn't count to do it, as he fell a few laps later, on 22. Gabriel, however, he dismissed Bairstow in his next over, with the England gloves batsman supply the leg down on the 'keeper.

England's innings finally came to an end, as Sam Curran Chase joined but elegant the legside rolled down. Dowrich collected the ball and knocked the bails quickly.

Brief Scores: Windies 289 (Shimron Hetmyer 81; James Anderson 5-46) & 415/6 decl. (Jason Holder 202*; Moeen Ali 3-78) beat England 77 (Keaton Jennings 17; Kemar Roach 5-17) & 246 (Rory Burns, 84; Roston Chase 8-60) by 381 runs.

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