ENG VS WI
Stuart Broad and Chris Wook worked with the new ball to keep England interested in their correct line and the length of the length. While they beat the batsman a few times, they also targeted Craig Brathwaite's pad before kicking him out. But the batsmen were able to deny any wickets to the new ball pair and showed strong application.
Sam Quran played a key role in his expulsion due to a lack of footwork for the batsman, who was stranded ahead of the Sam campaign. Although England had to take the DRS route to get the first wicket, another decision by umpire Richard Ellingworth was overturned. Nightmare Alzari Joseph and Brathwaite have confirmed that there has been no further damage in the remaining 14 overs of the West Indies batting after England declared the innings.
Ben Stokes and Dom Sibley, who held 94.4 overs, played a key role in finishing the second day of the Manchester Test in commanding position in England. Touching Stokes 176, Sibley stood like a stone for a patient as England were declared 9 with 469 and 205 of those runs came after lunch on the second day. West Indies lost 1 to 32 in the final, but England's first innings was 437.