England vs West Indies (ENG vs WI) 3rd Test, Day 3 Highlights: Stuart Broad continued his stellar form since Day 2, putting up a one-man show to dismantle West Indies and put the Three Lions on the driver’s seat. Broad on Day two had picked two wickets and on Day 3 he added six more and is just one shy of 500 wickets in Tests.The right-arm pacer finished Day 3 with a total tally of 8 wickets so far.
In the morning session, the right-arm pacer packed up the remaining 4 Windies wickets all by himself to bundle out to visitors for 197 and establish a lead of 242 runs. Broad, whose quickfire 62 off 45 propelled England to a first-innings total of 369, stunned with the ball as the West Indies batsmen were left just mere spectators.
Meanwhile, West Indies were bowled out for 197 in their first innings. Following his 6/31, Broad now has 18 five-wicket hauls in Tests.
It was a rather unfortunate day for the visitors where nothing seemed to be going their way. West Indies wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich was forced to leave the field early in the afternoon session after being struck in the face. He was hit by a short delivery from Shannon Gabriel at 90mph, which burst through his gloves and hit him on the lower part of his face.
Jason Holder had already briefly left the field earlier in the day after taking a blow to his thumb while fielding in the slips. England declared at 226/2 in the second innings to set up West Indies a chase of 399 runs.
Campbell opened along with Kemar Roach, who was supposed to play the role of a nightwatchman. But Stuart Broad once again poured water over their plans, as he single-handedly dismissed the duo. West Indies finished the day at 10/2, needing 389 runs more for a win.