The second day of play in the third Test match of the series between England and West Indies at Old Trafford, Manchester has ended. By the end of the day’s play, the Windies had scored 137 runs in their first innings at a loss of six wickets in 47.1 overs.
At the time of stumps, captain Jason Holder (24 *) and Shane Daurich (10 *) were at the crease. At the moment, the Windies are 232 runs behind England’s first innings. Please tell that due to poor lighting, the second day’s play was stopped early.
Earlier, playing ahead of 258 runs for four wickets, England lost one wicket in four consecutive overs and at one time the score was 280 runs for eight wickets. Ollie Pope could not add to his yesterday’s score of 91 and missed out on a century, he got a life in the slip off Shannon Gabriel, but the same fast bowler dismissed him in the next over.