A video of the West Indies batsman Jermaine Blackwood saying he is disappointed after his dismissal late on the second day of the second and final Test against Australia.

According to AFP, West Indies slumped to 143 for eight in reply to Australia’s first innings total of 399 following an eventful second day of the second and final Test, highlighted by Steve Smith missing out on a double-century by just one run.

In the second half of the day though it was Nathan Lyon’s off-spin that brought him three wickets as first-change bowler, pushing him ahead of Hugh Trumble as Australia’s most successful Test off-spinner ever with 144 victims.

“This was a much more helpful wicket than (the first Test) in Dominica,” said Lyon.  “You just had to bowl in the right areas and be patient. There was always something likely to happen.”

Pacer Josh Hazlewood also claimed three scalps, including Jermaine Blackwood for a top score of 51, in another typically miserly effort.