West Indies vs England, Day 4, 2nd Test at Grenada: Joe Root’s unbeaten 182, Kraigg Brathwaite’s 4th Test ton and other highlights
Kraigg Brathwaite slammed his fourth Test hundred and was not out on 101 at the end of Day Four of the second Test © Getty Images

West Indies ended Day Four at 202 for two and have established a lead of 37 runs after England were bowled out for 464. Kraigg Brathwaite scored a brilliant century to put his team in control of the match. Pramod Ananth lists the highlights of the day’s play.

Joe Root remains unbeaten on 182: Joe Root carried his bat through the innings after he came in at No.5. He had built and excellent partnership with Gary Ballance on Thursday and he was looking in excellent touch on Day Four. He unfortunately could not get to his 200 as he ran out of partners thick and fast. Live Scorecard: West Indies vs England, 2nd Test at Grenada

England strike early: James Anderson managed to dismiss Devon Smith for just two in the third over to give England the ideal start. Smith chased a ball outside off and he played it back on to his wickets. England would have sensed a wicket or two were just around the corner after an excellent start.

Kraigg Brathwaite-Darren Bravo partnership: After West Indies suffered an early setback, Kraigg Brathwaite and Darren Bravo put up a 142-run stand to get West Indies back into the match. Bravo was dismissed for a 147-ball 69 after he edged a ball outside off to the wicketkeeper off the bowling of Stuart Broad. This partnership swung the match in the hosts’ favour.

Kraigg Brathwaite scores fourth Test ton: Brathwaite was extremely calm and composed at the crease. The early wicket did not bother him too much and he continued batting very well till stumps. He scored his fourth Test ton and he looks set to get a big score when play resumes on Day Five.

West Indies secure slender lead: West Indies managed to secure a lead of 37 after they finished Day Four at 202 for four. Marlon Samuels and Brathwaite have put 57 runs stand. With Shivnarine Chanderpaul to follow, West Indies surely hold the cards going into the climax of the Test match.

(Pramod Ananth is a reporter at CricketCountry. He has represented Karnataka table tennis under-15, and is a hardcore supporter of Liverpool FC. His Twitter handle is @pramz)