Monday, February 16, 2009


By the close, West Indies were 55 for 1,still trailing by a hefty 511, on a pitch which was beginning to misbehave appreciably. The loss of Gayle, five overs before the close, was a huge blow to their prospects. He had just flogged Harmison for a monstrous pulled six which landed in the Factory Road, en route to 30 from 32 balls. But before that same over - Harmison's first - was done, Gayle was gone, caught at mid-off by James Anderson as he attempted to smear a half-volley through the covers

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