The score: West Indies 289 & 415/6d beat England 77 & 246 (Burns 84, Stokes 34; Chase 8/60) by 381 runs
Yep. Roston Chase took 8/60. Everything else is a footnote.
Genuinely. 8/60. Roston Chase.
The second best figures ever for West Indies in a Test against England.
The sixth best figures ever for West Indies against anyone.
Better than Shane Warne’s best against England (8/71).
Better than James Anderson’s career-best (7/42).
England’s supposed batting depth utterly exposed. The last six wickets fell for 31 in 12 overs, all of them to a part-time off-spinner.
Rory Burns’ career-best 84 was his second Test half-century, and represents the one small bright spot for England from the last three days.
Moeen Ali bagged the first pair of his Test career with a shot every bit as sh*tbone awful as his first-innings dismissal. Possibly worse.
Shannon Gabriel only got one wicket for a thrilling post-lunch spell where he tore into Joe Root (gloved to slip but off a no-ball) and Jonny Bairstow (gloved to keeper, not a no-ball).
Shai Hope stood in behind the sticks for Shane Dowrich, who had a dodgy back after all that batting yesterday. Hope was immaculate, finishing the game with a smart legside stumping.
West Indies’ third-biggest victory ever by runs, and biggest since 1980.
England’s joint-seventh heaviest defeat by runs, second heaviest ever inflicted by Not Australia.
Ben Stokes thinks his experience under the captaincy of Alastair Cook and Joe Root will help him succeed in the role himself.
Players had initially been held back.
Australia’s white ball captain Aaron Finch says he’s preparing for September’s tour of England to go ahead.
The West Indies batsman has struggled to live up to early promise.
The star all-rounder is preparing to deputise for father-to-be Joe Root against the West Indies.
This four-day match represents the last opportunity for selection for the first Test against England.
This four-day fixture represents the final chance for those on the fringes of the side to push their case for the first Test.
The sport has been on hold since April because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The former England all-rounder hopes county and grassroots cricket will return shortly.
Yorkshire play their home matches at the ground.