England's Moeen Ali glad to make West Indies 'suffer'

After limiting England to 258 all out in their first innings - Kemar Roach and Shannon Gabriel taking four wickets apiece - West Indies kept their noses in front for the most part and a decisive 144-run partnership between Hope and Kraigg Brathwaite on the final day followed their 246-run union in the first innings.

This match alone will not save Test cricket from declining interest and its struggle for position against cricket's other formats.

He then survived a potential stumping as Blackwood, who was put down by Stokes in the deep, took off his helmet in preparation for scoring the winning runs only to be stumped off Moeen with two required.

Hope, who had scored his maiden test hundred with 147 in the first innings, batted for 211 balls for his unbeaten 118, playing with remarkable skill and composure to guide the Windies to victory.

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There seemed little danger of a Windies win when Joe Root declared his side's second innings on 490 for 8 late on Monday'sfourth day.

Coming into the second Test at Headingley, the visitors were under pressure.

Stuart Broad had a hand in both wickets to fall on the final morning at Headingley - literally in the case of a weird run out of Kyle Hope - but Kraigg Brathwaite escaped two dropped catches to continue his outstanding match. Yet on a day of astonishing statistics, one of the more incredible was that Anderson went wicketless while conceding 73 runs in 24 overs.

On Brathwaite, he added: "He's not the most fashionable-looking cricketer but he gets the job done and he's one of my first picks every game". Shai Hope has joined him in the crease.

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Under heavy criticism following a heavy innings defeat inside three days last weekend, the Caribbean side responded strongly by piling up 329 for five in their first innings at the close - a lead of 71 heading into day three today.

It was yet another drop in this match and although it still yielded a wicket, England would have preferred to see the back of Brathwaite rather than Hope. I'm extremely proud of these two guys, they worked very hard and it's paying off.

Shai Hope s single off Broad completed a superb century off 175 balls, including 13 fours, as he became the first West Indian to score hundreds in both innings of a Test in England since Gordon Greenidge at Old Trafford in 1976.

"[He's got] plenty of courage, plenty of character and plenty of determination, and he played really well". Hopefully the pretty 20s are gone and the pretty 120s are here to stay.

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