West Indies took 4 England wickets in the first session of Day 2 at the Rose Bowl in Southampton.
Cricket restarted after 117 days with England vs West Indies Test series (Courtesy- Windies Cricket)
- Honey Roasted butternut squash, Italian subnemarayor beef among other cuisines featured in the menu
- Shannon Gabriel gave 2 early blows to England team on Thursday
- Jason Holder also took 2 wickets in the first session
West Indies team had a brilliant session on the second-day of the first Test match at Southampton’s Rose bowl against England. After a rain-marred Day 1 which saw saw only 82 minutes of play, West Indies pacers came all guns blazing on Day 2 to demolish a fairly inexperienced England batting unit.
Experienced pacer Shannon Gabriel, who proved his match fitness just on time for the the first Test, continued from where he left yesterday and ran havoc to destroy England’s top-order. Joe Denly saw his stumps flying courtesy a brilliant delivery by Gabriel, moments later it was Rory Burns who was trapped in front of the stumps.
West Indies captain Jason Holder joined the party as he took 2 wickets in quick succession to leave England’s 81st Test captain Ben Stokes and his team reeling at 106 for 5 at the end of first session. A satisfied West Indies team went back to have their lunch but the hospitality of The Rose Bowl Stadium in Southampton must surely have increased their satisfaction.
Windies Cricket shared a video of the exotic dishes its players were treated to at the lunch of Day 2. The menu looked supremely lavish and the cuisines mouth-watering. The chef in the video had her mask on as she confidently ran the viwers through the dishes which had equally fascinationg names as well.
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Honey Roasted butternut squash ,Italian subnemarayor beef, chicken Arrabiata, sphaghheti, sweet potatoe, Mexican-Mediterranean vegetables, garlic breads, Caesar salad were amongst the many dishes arranged neatly in the buffet.
Well, all is going good for the West Indian team on their England series so far, hope their ignited taste buds give them more energy to put up an spectacular show for their nations and fans.