Looked with the first-innings shortage of 119, England’s batsmen again neglected to convey as they were bowled out for only 132 halfway through the night session.
Kemar Roach (4-52) and Jason Holder (4-43) finished with four wickets each and the Windies openers knocked off the 14 runs required in the midst of glad scenes at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, to put the home side 2-0 up with one Test to play in the arrangement.
The arrangement is the Windies’ first triumph over a noteworthy Test-playing country, home or away since they beat New Zealand in 2012.
Britain had begun the day brilliantly, taking the last four Windies wickets for only 34 runs despite the fact that there was the ideal opportunity for Darren Bravo (50) to achieve his 50 years from 215 balls, the slowest by a West Indian in Tests, before he was the last man out, baffled off Moeen Ali (3-62).
Windies claim famous series win as England fold again in second Test
The England openers endure the four overs previously lunch and, despite the fact that Joe Denly was dropped by Kraigg Brathwaite at fine leg before getting off the stamp, their stand achieved 35 preceding another fall followed.
Rory Burns guided Holder’s first wad of the day to John Campbell at third slip, endeavoring to cut a ball that pinched back at him, before the Windies captain beat Jonny Bairstow’s blasting drive to peg back off stump.
Alzarri Joseph (2-12), playing regardless of his mom passing without end medium-term, at that point expelled Joe Root (7), given out got behind after an audit, and Denly (17), who lost his off stump subsequent to boring arms.
Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes – in the wake of being dropped on nothing by Campbell – broke through to tea however Roach bowled Stokes (11), by means of a thick inside edge, not long after the interim and made a wreck of Ali’s stumps in his next finished.
There was a short counter from Buttler and Ben Foakes (13) yet a hooping in-swinger from Roach improved the situation the last mentioned, lbw, and England’s odds dissipated totally when Buttler (24) was gotten on the wrinkle by Holder.
Sam Curran (13no) struck a couple of limits however he was left stranded as Roach hit Stuart Broad plumb in front and James Anderson chipped Holder’s slower ball to Joseph at mid on.
It took simply 2.1 overs for the home side to finish the success and Campbell fixed it in style, crushing Anderson over midwicket for six. In any case, while Windies lounge in the magnificence of a completely merited arrangement win, England must regroup in front of the third Test in St Lucia, where they will focus on a reassurance win.
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