Less than a week ago an inspired spell from Kemar Roach before the close of play got the West Indies believing that they could pull off a famous victory at Lord's.
Today, his spell in the 20 minutes before lunch set the tone for a day of toil in the field as England ran amok.
The infuriating part of it all was that Roach had done the hard bit. He bowled a ball which moved just enough off a probing line to catch the outside edge of Alastair Cook's bat and run behind, where Dinesh Ramdin did possibly even better still to grab a low catch.
But what Roach had neglected to do was to land his frontRead More »from With no balls the Windies struggle