Live Cricket Scorecard: West Indies vs England 2015, 2nd Test at Grenada Day 3
Alastair Cook achieved a milestone during his unbeaten 37, going past former player Alec Stewart as his country’s second-highest run-getter in Test history with a tally of 8,484 © Getty Images

England skipper Alastair Cook and fellow opener Jonathan Trott negotiated 26 overs without real alarm as the visitors reached  74 without loss at the National Cricket Stadium in their pursuit of West Indies’ 299 all out on the second day of the second Test. Cook achieved a milestone during his unbeaten 37, going past former player Alec Stewart as his country’s second-highest run-getter in Test history with a tally of 8,484. Only Graham Gooch, the former opening batsman and captain, remains ahead of him in the list of prolific English batsmen with an aggregate of 8,900. Live Updates: West Indies vs England 2015 2nd Test at Grenada Day 3

Earlier, England’s bowlers eventually overcame the determination of Marlon Samuels and an entertaining last-wicket partnership to dismiss the West Indies for 299 in their first innings on a rain-affected second day. Devendra Bishoo (30) and Shannon Gabriel (20) got their Test-best scores in lifting the home side from 247 for nine after Samuels’ dismissal for a determined 103 triggered a lower-order collapse as the tourists’ seamers made effective use of the second new ball. Free Live Streaming: West Indies vs England, 2nd Test, Day 3

Stuart Broad led the English effort, taking four for 47, while James Anderson and Chris Jordan claimed two wickets each. It was left to Moeen Ali to close off the West Indies innings however, trapping Bishoo leg-before to end the visitors’ frustration and still leave them reasonably satisfied with the day’s work. Live Scorecard and ball-by-ball updates of the 2nd Test between West Indies and England