India Today – Shane Dowrich and Jason Holder created history on Friday during the third day of the first Test between West Indies and England in Barbados.

Summary

  • Shane Dowrich and Jason Holder created history on Friday during the third day of the first Test between West Indies and England in Barbados.
  • Jason Holder and Shane Dowrich became only the second pair in the rich history of Test cricket to be involved in hundred-run partnerships for the sixth, seventh and eighth wickets.
  • Jason Holder, who hit his third Test century, also became only the second Windies captain after Brian Lara to score more than England’s innings in the same Test.
  • England were absolutely demolished by West Indies pacer Kemar Roach on Thursday and were bowled out in the first innings of the first Test for a mere 77 runs — their lowest-ever Test total against the West Indies.
  • Jason Holder and Shane Dowrich were rarely troubled by the England attack at Kensington Oval in Bridgetown.


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