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We could see so much excitement in social media from fans cheering on their favorite player.
Moreover, cricket is back to home. Yes! Good news to cricket lovers. West Indies captain Jason Holder marked his comeback with 6 wicket haul by crashing England’s batman line up. He achieved his best figures 6-42 and the home side got out for 204 on the second day at Southampton.
There was an early close due to bad light and the final figure for West indies is day 2 is 57-1. We could say a good start so far as they have managed not to lose many wickets and they are just short of 147 runs to gain a lead against team England. Kraig Braithwaite was 20 runs not out and Shai Hope is standing at the crease with three runs not out.
Jason has beaten his own best of 6-59 against Bangladesh at Kingston. Jason is world number best-ranked all-rounder in tests currently. All other four wickets were taken by his other bowling counterpart Shannon Gabriel. He was able to manage his figures as 4-62. The current best all-rounder has achieved 5 plus wickets in an innings that too six times in the last 10 matches. He was also managed to pick the wicket of opposition captain Ben stokes who was standing at 43 runs.
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Holder informed the media reporters that he didn’t get the number of overs he wanted in this test cricket but felt really good when he contributed to team performance. He also added that he has adapted little techniques from pacer James Anderson and legend Glenn McGrath. England team was looking pretty decent when they had a standing partnership of 67 runs between Stokes 43 and Jos butler 35 runs. They had slipped to 87 – 5.
The home side would have been wrapped up in smaller figures if the opponents didn’t have dropped the catches. Before the match, Holder and his team had supported their Black lives matter movement. He said it means a lot to me. We are happy both the teams had put effort to show the respect for blacks. We showed them cricket is a gentleman’s game. Jason is looking forward to winning a series in England as they were not able to achieve this feat since 1988.
That’s all for today! We will get back to you covering more about the remaining events in this test match. So far, both the teams were able to entertain showing some good spirits and cricket. Stay tuned with us for more updates.