Britain endured a horrendous pass up four wickets in the main Test at the Ageas Bowl. Jermaine Blackwood played a game dominating thump to assist his with siding go over the rope. In the interim, more difficulty hangs tight for England as fans blamed veteran English pacer James Anderson for applying spit ready.
The home side was on the back foot from the word go. The guests delivered great spells to hold the English hitters under control and afterward guaranteed a pivotal lead in the primary innings. Man of the Match Shannon Gabriel drove the charge in the subsequent innings to keep England at 313; hence setting up an objective of 200 runs.
Did James Anderson use salivation to sparkle the ball?
Jofra Archer terminated things up at an opportune time day 5 with snappy wickets yet Jermaine Blackwood held the boat tight from one end. He sewed little associations with Roston Chase and Jason Holder to surround the objective. In spite of the fact that Blackwood missed a merited century by 5 runs; Holder guaranteed they sail past the objective without any problem.
Not long after the destruction, pundits came hard on the England side. It served as fans blamed James Anderson for applying salivation ready. By chance, ICC has restricted cricketers from applying spit ready in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The fans called attention to a film from the 6th over of West Indies’ run pursue. In any case, the proof was uncertain in view of the camera edge. Anderson’s mouth was out of shot as he comes to up to get liquid so as to sparkle the ball.
Be that as it may, when the edge was clear it indicated James Anderson scoured his brow to sparkle the ball. Sky Sports Cricket later demonstrated elective camera edges to show that the veteran pacer was, truth be told, cleaning his face to utilize sweat, not spit, to sparkle the ball. Previous English captain Nasser Hussain likewise eliminated any confusion air during analysis later in the day.