England won the second Test against West Indies in an impressive manner. Ben Stokes’s all-round performance in both the innings helped England register a victory as they leveled the series 1-1 with the last remaining Test to be played again in Manchester from July 24. Stokes played a crucial part in dismissing key players helped his side take 19 wickets during the last two days of the match. The hosts would be very much satisfied with this victory since having lost the whole third day to rain they, however, turned the odds in their favor to defeat the West Indies.
Broad bowled a brilliant spell in which he took 3 wickets his fellow teammates Stokes, Woakes and Bess contributed by taking each 2 wickets. Sam Curran was successful in dismissing Sharmarh Brooks for 62 runs who was the top scorer for the West Indies in the second innings. England put on an amazing bowling performance even after not playing with their three frontline bowlers James Anderson, Jofra Archer and Mark Wood.
Ben Stokes was awarded the player of the match for his all-round performance that acted instrumental in his side’s victory. Apart from this Stokes even tried heroic effort to save a boundary from his own bowling by chasing the ball to the long-off. As both teams now enter the final match this week it would be thrilling to watch as to who would hold the trophy.