Cricket restarts after 117 days with England vs West Indies Test series at Southampton’s Rose. Team West Indies played very well on the second-day of the first Test match. Windies Cricket shared a video on the social media of the exotic dishes its players were treated to at the lunch of Day 2.
The menu looked supremely lavish and the cuisines mouth-watering. The chef in the video had her mask on as she confidently ran the viwers through the dishes which had equally fascinationg.
Honey Roasted butternut squash ,Italian subnemarayor beef, chicken Arrabiata, sphaghheti, sweet potatoe, Mexican-Mediterranean vegetables, garlic breads, Caesar salad were amongst the many dishes arranged neatly in the buffet.
— Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) July 9, 2020
Jason Holder and Shannon Gabriel have bowled their heart out in favourable conditions. Overcast sky and moisture on the surface helped and these two bowlers have robbed England of half their side.
Gabriel and Holder shared the spoils with the former claiming three wickets.Gabriel, who took the cap of Sibley last night, looked in full throttle as he picked up the wickets of Denly and Burns in quick succession. The Windies skippers soon joined the party with a double whammy of Zak Crawley and youngster Ollie Pope.
The historic encounter also for the first time was played under the new guidelines outlined by the ICC in the wake of the corona pandemic. As per ICC’s new guidelines, cricketers cannot use saliva to shine the ball. ICC has also allowed COVID replacements in case some player is found positive.