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WI VS ENG: Ben Stokes Happy As He Scores Comeback Ton Against West Indies

WI VS ENG: In the 2nd match against the WI, Ben Stokes returns with his 11th test century. He is delighted and pays honor to his father.

WI VS ENG: On Day 2 of the current second Test at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, England all-rounder Ben Stokes revealed his delight after scoring a century. Ben Stokes scored 120 runs in a 129-run partnership with England captain Joe Root. Before declaring, England’s best batting performance brought them to 507 runs.

“Was good to be out there capitalize on the good work Joe and Dan put in yesterday, we have a long batting line up so it was a matter of seizing the opportunity and identifying those situations. Winning the toss and batting. We were trying to get as many runs as we possibly can and try and get the game moving and try and get a few wickets towards the back end of the day. Seen a few balls spin and bounce from Leachy, a lot more than Antigua anyway.” said Ben Stokes in his post-match press conference.

In the second Test match between England and the West Indies, Ben Stokes smashed a stunning 120 off 128 deliveries. And it was a particularly poignant moment for Stokes, as it was his first Test century after his father’s death. In December 2020, Stokes’ father passed away.

Ben Stokes took off his helmet after his 11th Test century, looked up at the sky, and paid tribute to his father. During his knock against the West Indies, Stokes also passed 5000 Test runs.

WI VS ENG: Ben Stokes Happy As He  Score Comeback Ton Against West Indies
WI VS ENG: Ben Stokes Happy As He Score Comeback Ton Against West Indies
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WI VS ENG: 2nd Test Match Introduction

On the first day of the second Test against the West Indies at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Wednesday, England skipper Joe Root won the toss and elected to bat first. While the West Indies have kept the same 11 from the drew in the first Test in Antigua four days ago. England has been forced to make two changes because to an increasing injury and illness list among their fast bowling stocks.

Saqib Mahmood, who appeared in a five-match T20 International series at the same venue in January. He was to make his debut in place of Mark Wood, the tearaway pacer who had a nasty right elbow injury during the first match.

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Matthew Fisher, who only learned of his selection in the final 11 this morning when fast-medium bowler Craig Overton fell sick overnight and was ruled out, is joining him for his first Test.

Ollie Robinson was expected to return to the England squad, but he has not fully recovered from back spasms suffered in the lone warm-up match two weeks ago in Antigua.

WI VS ENG: 2nd Test Day- 1 Highlights

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On Day 1 of the ongoing second Test match at Kensington Oval Barbados in Bridgetown, England scored 244 runs at Stumps against the West Indies. On Day 2, captain Joe Root will resume batting and is now undefeated on 119 runs from 246 balls. Dan Lawrence, on the other hand, had a notable first-day performance, scoring 91 runs off 150 balls. Meanwhile, at Bridgetown, West Indies bowlers Jayden Seales, Veersammy Permaul, and Jason Holder each grabbed a wicket.

WI VS ENG: 2nd Test Day- 2 Highlights

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England posted a huge 507 for nine declared in the first innings of the second Test against the West Indies at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados, thanks to centuries from Joe Root and Ben Stokes. In a 129-run partnership with skipper Joe Root, Stokes smashed 120 runs. England’s best batting performance helped them reach the 500-run mark before declaring. Chris Woakes scored 41 runs off 57 deliveries. With his second ball in Test cricket, Matthew Fisher took a wicket, but West Indies rallied to a score of 71 for one.

WI VS ENG: On Day 2 of the current second Test at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, England all-rounder Ben Stokes revealed his delight after scoring a century. Ben Stokes scored 120 runs in a 129-run partnership with England captain Joe Root. Before declaring, England’s best batting performance brought them to 507 runs.

“Was good to be out there capitalize on the good work Joe and Dan put in yesterday, we have a long batting line up so it was a matter of seizing the opportunity and identifying those situations. Winning the toss and batting. We were trying to get as many runs as we possibly can and try and get the game moving and try and get a few wickets towards the back end of the day. Seen a few balls spin and bounce from Leachy, a lot more than Antigua anyway.” said Ben Stokes in his post-match press conference.

In the second Test match between England and the West Indies, Ben Stokes smashed a stunning 120 off 128 deliveries. And it was a particularly poignant moment for Stokes, as it was his first Test century after his father’s death. In December 2020, Stokes’ father passed away.

Ben Stokes took off his helmet after his 11th Test century, looked up at the sky, and paid tribute to his father. During his knock against the West Indies, Stokes also passed 5000 Test runs.

WI VS ENG: Ben Stokes Happy As He  Score Comeback Ton Against West Indies
WI VS ENG: Ben Stokes Happy As He Score Comeback Ton Against West Indies
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WI VS ENG: 2nd Test Match Introduction

On the first day of the second Test against the West Indies at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Wednesday, England skipper Joe Root won the toss and elected to bat first. While the West Indies have kept the same 11 from the drew in the first Test in Antigua four days ago. England has been forced to make two changes because to an increasing injury and illness list among their fast bowling stocks.

Saqib Mahmood, who appeared in a five-match T20 International series at the same venue in January. He was to make his debut in place of Mark Wood, the tearaway pacer who had a nasty right elbow injury during the first match.

Matthew Fisher, who only learned of his selection in the final 11 this morning when fast-medium bowler Craig Overton fell sick overnight and was ruled out, is joining him for his first Test.

Ollie Robinson was expected to return to the England squad, but he has not fully recovered from back spasms suffered in the lone warm-up match two weeks ago in Antigua.

WI VS ENG: 2nd Test Day- 1 Highlights

On Day 1 of the ongoing second Test match at Kensington Oval Barbados in Bridgetown, England scored 244 runs at Stumps against the West Indies. On Day 2, captain Joe Root will resume batting and is now undefeated on 119 runs from 246 balls. Dan Lawrence, on the other hand, had a notable first-day performance, scoring 91 runs off 150 balls. Meanwhile, at Bridgetown, West Indies bowlers Jayden Seales, Veersammy Permaul, and Jason Holder each grabbed a wicket.

WI VS ENG: 2nd Test Day- 2 Highlights

England posted a huge 507 for nine declared in the first innings of the second Test against the West Indies at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados, thanks to centuries from Joe Root and Ben Stokes. In a 129-run partnership with skipper Joe Root, Stokes smashed 120 runs. England’s best batting performance helped them reach the 500-run mark before declaring. Chris Woakes scored 41 runs off 57 deliveries. With his second ball in Test cricket, Matthew Fisher took a wicket, but West Indies rallied to a score of 71 for one.

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WI VS ENG: On Day 2 of the current second Test at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, England all-rounder Ben Stokes revealed his delight after scoring a century. Ben Stokes scored 120 runs in a 129-run partnership with England captain Joe Root. Before declaring, England’s best batting performance brought them to 507 runs.

“Was good to be out there capitalize on the good work Joe and Dan put in yesterday, we have a long batting line up so it was a matter of seizing the opportunity and identifying those situations. Winning the toss and batting. We were trying to get as many runs as we possibly can and try and get the game moving and try and get a few wickets towards the back end of the day. Seen a few balls spin and bounce from Leachy, a lot more than Antigua anyway.” said Ben Stokes in his post-match press conference.

In the second Test match between England and the West Indies, Ben Stokes smashed a stunning 120 off 128 deliveries. And it was a particularly poignant moment for Stokes, as it was his first Test century after his father’s death. In December 2020, Stokes’ father passed away.

Ben Stokes took off his helmet after his 11th Test century, looked up at the sky, and paid tribute to his father. During his knock against the West Indies, Stokes also passed 5000 Test runs.

WI VS ENG: Ben Stokes Happy As He  Score Comeback Ton Against West Indies
WI VS ENG: Ben Stokes Happy As He Score Comeback Ton Against West Indies
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READ MORE: After Carlos Brathwaite, Jason Holder Brings Back England’s Disrespect Row

WI VS ENG: 2nd Test Match Introduction

On the first day of the second Test against the West Indies at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Wednesday, England skipper Joe Root won the toss and elected to bat first. While the West Indies have kept the same 11 from the drew in the first Test in Antigua four days ago. England has been forced to make two changes because to an increasing injury and illness list among their fast bowling stocks.

Saqib Mahmood, who appeared in a five-match T20 International series at the same venue in January. He was to make his debut in place of Mark Wood, the tearaway pacer who had a nasty right elbow injury during the first match.

Matthew Fisher, who only learned of his selection in the final 11 this morning when fast-medium bowler Craig Overton fell sick overnight and was ruled out, is joining him for his first Test.

Ollie Robinson was expected to return to the England squad, but he has not fully recovered from back spasms suffered in the lone warm-up match two weeks ago in Antigua.

WI VS ENG: 2nd Test Day- 1 Highlights

On Day 1 of the ongoing second Test match at Kensington Oval Barbados in Bridgetown, England scored 244 runs at Stumps against the West Indies. On Day 2, captain Joe Root will resume batting and is now undefeated on 119 runs from 246 balls. Dan Lawrence, on the other hand, had a notable first-day performance, scoring 91 runs off 150 balls. Meanwhile, at Bridgetown, West Indies bowlers Jayden Seales, Veersammy Permaul, and Jason Holder each grabbed a wicket.

WI VS ENG: 2nd Test Day- 2 Highlights

England posted a huge 507 for nine declared in the first innings of the second Test against the West Indies at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados, thanks to centuries from Joe Root and Ben Stokes. In a 129-run partnership with skipper Joe Root, Stokes smashed 120 runs. England’s best batting performance helped them reach the 500-run mark before declaring. Chris Woakes scored 41 runs off 57 deliveries. With his second ball in Test cricket, Matthew Fisher took a wicket, but West Indies rallied to a score of 71 for one.

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