Key players revivedFittingly, it was a result that saw key players end their own lean spells as well, noted icc-cricket. In the West Indies’ first innings of 97, Lungi Ngidi claimed his first five-wicket haul since taking six wickets on debut against India in 2018. And in the match’s final chapter, where the West Indies were knocked over for 162, Rabada (5/34) collected his first Test five-for since March 2018. The West Indies’ hopes of an easier day were put to rest early as Jermaine Blackwood was tormented by Lungi Ngidi (0/31) before perishing to Rabada. Finger-spinner Keshav Maharaj (2/23) then hastened the collapse by bowling Jason Holder (4) and Roston Chase (62) to leave the West Indies limping at 140/7.
Source: The Nation June 14, 2021 05:26 UTC