With the West Indies building a solid foundation in the first two sessions of the day against England in the First Test, and sitting comfortably on 240-4, spectators could be forgiven for thinking the first day was not going in England’s favour.
Into the evening session and up steps Jimmy Anderson, the most successful fast bowler in test history, to swing the day in England’s favour and reducing the hosts to 264-8.
Jimmy’s spell of 4-33 meant he became the first English bowler to take 200 wickets overseas and what better way to toast the landmark occasion than with a glass of his very own!
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