West Indies registered a win in the first Test match conducted in the COVID-19 pandemic era as they overcame the home side England with a strong all-around performance.

We take a look at three players who had the most impact on the final day of play.

Shannon Gabriel

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With exceptional figures of 5-75 in the second innings, Shannon Gabriel bowled very well. With a total of 9 wickets in both the innings, Gabriel played his part beautifully.

Jermaine Blackwood

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The 28-year-old Jamaican Jermaine Blackwood was very unfortunate to not make a century and getting dismissed on 95 but he played a very important role in winning the first test for his side. His partnership with Roston Chase of 73 runs and Shane Dowrich 68 runs was the turning point of the match.
He is certainly the Man of the Moment as he rescued the side when they were in trouble at 27 for 3.

Shane Dowrich

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West Indies wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich was phenomenal throughout the first test match by scoring 82 runs and 6 dismissals combined in both the innings, the 28-year-old played an important part for his side and will be aiming for the best in the remaining 2 matches.


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