England vs West Indies 1st test Day 2 Highlights: West Indies captain Jason Holder was the star of the day as his six wickets helped the visitors bundle out England for 204 in the first innings of the first Test at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton today. While batting, the visitors lost the wicket of John Campbell (28 runs off 36 balls) as English pacer James Anderson trapped him in front of wicket. At the moment. play is halted due to bad light before that West Indies has scored 57 runs with Kraigg Brathwaite (20 runs off 65 balls) and Shai Hope (3 runs off 16 balls) at the crease.
Earlier, England skipper Ben Stokes was the highest scorer for his side with 43 runs on board and his 67-run stand with Jos Buttler was the only time in the innings that England looked to be on top.
The pair started the second session of Day 2 with England on 106/5. They played some counter attacking cricket to reply to the West Indies who largely dominated proceedings in the first session.
The partnership was finally broken by Holder when he forced a nick off Stokes and the ball flew into the gloves of wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich. In his very next over, Holder got a nick off Buttler and Dowrich dived to his right to complete a one-handed catch. Buttler finished with 35 off 57 deliveries.
After that, the English batting line-up collapsed like a pack of cards as they finished with 204 on the scoreboard.
Kraigg Brathwaite and John Campbell walk out to bat for the visitors, but James Anderson provided the breakthrough to break a 43 runs partnership after trapping John Campell lbw. At stumps, West Indies train by 147 runs, as Brathwaite will take the crease against Mark Woods when play resumes tomorrow.
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