Saturday, April 13, 2024

Five in a row


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Off-spinner Shane Shillingford snatched a six-wicket haul as West Indies crushed Zimbabwe by nine wickets inside three days yesterday to post a fifth consecutive Test victory for the first time in 25 years.
Shillingford, playing his first Test in nearly a year, picked up six for 49 as Zimbabwe, resuming the day on 41 for three, were bundled out for a paltry 107 just before lunch at Kensington Oval.
It left West Indies with a target of just 12 – which was achieved just after lunch.
Here, Shillingford (second left, in shades) celebrating one of his wickets with teammates.


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