England give West Indies a target of 399 runs, the Windies got the initial shock

England give West Indies a target of 399 runs, the Windies got the initial shock

July 27, 2020 Off By Vishnu Mahanand

The third match of the three-Test series between England and West Indies is being played in Manchester. On the third day of the match, the West Indies team was reduced to 197 runs in the first innings. After this, England declared their second innings after scoring 226 runs for 2 wickets. He had a 172-run lead in the first innings. In this way, West Indies got a target of 399 runs to win the match.

In response, the West Indies team have lost 2 wickets in the second innings till the end of the third day’s play. He has just 10 runs on the scoreboard. Opener John Campbell was caught by captain Joe Root by Stuart Broad. Campbell was unable to open an account. Kemar Roach, who landed as a nightwatchman, scored 4 runs to Broad but was caught by Butler.

Earlier, England declared the innings as soon as Rory Burns was dismissed. Burns missed a century. He was dismissed by Roston Chase on a personal score of 90 runs. Captain Joe Root remained unbeaten after scoring 68 runs. Dominic Sibley returned to the pavilion after scoring 56 runs. Sibli shared a 114-run partnership for the first wicket with Burns. He was lbw out by Jason Holder.