MSN Belgium (French) – © getty A tight, tense evening in balmy Bridgetown saw West Indies level their one-day series with England thanks to an inspired spell of bowling from Jason Holder and five wickets for Sheldon Cottrell, a left-armer with a zany celebration.

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  • © getty A tight, tense evening in balmy Bridgetown saw West Indies level their one-day series with England thanks to an inspired spell of bowling from Jason Holder and five wickets for Sheldon Cottrell, a left-armer with a zany celebration.
  • A tight, tense evening in balmy Bridgetown saw West Indies level their one-day series with England thanks to an inspired spell of bowling from Jason Holder and five wickets for Sheldon Cottrell, a left-armer with a zany celebration.
  • © AP Sheldon Cottrell celebrates taking the wicket of England’s Adil Rashid during West Indies’ 26-run win in the second ODI in Barbados.
  • Klopp has ‘no doubt’ Solskjaer will be Man Utd manager next season [The Telegraph]That England faced a target not as lofty as the record 361 chased down 48 hours earlier – a match of some seven balls lost during the West Indies innings – owed much to a far trickier pitch, a fine spell of reverse swing from Mark Wood, who claimed one for 38 from his 10, and an electric display of out-fielding after Morgan won the toss.
  • © getty West Indies’ Sheldon Cottrell celebrates taking the wicket of England’s Adil Rashid during the second One Day International cricket match at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados.


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