England’s victory in St Lucia ensured that they have shyed away from a sequence whitewash in opposition to Windies for the primary time since 1986, when David Gower’s aspect had been crushed via Five-Zero.
There have been a large number of impressive performances within the three-match Check sequence like Jason Holder’s record-breaking double century, Kemar Roach’s match-winning eight-wicket wicket-haul or Mark Wooden’s five-for on Check comeback. However former England batsman Rob Key positioned Ben Stokes‘ handstand on Day four of the 3rd Check above the entirety.
“That is my second of the sequence!” 😵
Put out of your mind Holder’s double ton and Wooden’s fiery spell – @RobKey612 has been shocked via @BenStokes38’s handstand!
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Stokes performed a key position in his aspect’s comfort win within the 3rd Check scoring the most important runs in each innings.
The southpaw, actually, best scored for England within the first innings with a affected person 79, rescuing his aspect from a precarious 107 for four. His innings helped the guests put up 277 within the first innings that set the platform for England’s 232-run win.
In the second one innings, when England wanted some brief runs to present their bowlers sufficient time to bowl out the Windies, Stokes scored a quick-fire 48.
Jason Holden & Co., alternatively, clinched the sequence 2-1.