England register thumping innings win in day-night Test over West Indies to take 1-0 lead [Photos]

Relive the best moments from Day 3 of the first Test between England and West Indies at Edgbaston.

FirstCricket Staff August 20, 2017 16:08:31 IST
England started their foray into pink-ball cricket with a resounding win of an innings and 209 runs against West Indies. Reuters
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England started their foray into pink-ball cricket with a resounding win of an innings and 209 runs against West Indies. Reuters
England's James Anderson started the proceeding for his team as he got the overnight batsman Kyle Hope caught early in the day.Reuters
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England's James Anderson started the proceeding for his team as he got the overnight batsman Kyle Hope caught early in the day.Reuters
A mix-up between Kieran Powell and Shai Hope cost the former his wicket, reducing the visitors to 47 for 3. Reuters
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A mix-up between Kieran Powell and Shai Hope cost the former his wicket, reducing the visitors to 47 for 3. Reuters
Shai Hope himself couldn't do much to help his team as he was bowled out by England's Toby Roland-Jones shortly afterwards. Reuters
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Shai Hope himself couldn't do much to help his team as he was bowled out by England's Toby Roland-Jones shortly afterwards. Reuters
West Indies' Jermaine Blackwood tried his best to avert the inevitable with a fighting fifty. However, lacking any support, he couldn't save his team from the follow-on as they were dismissed for 168. Reuters
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West Indies' Jermaine Blackwood tried his best to avert the inevitable with a fighting fifty. However, lacking any support, he couldn't save his team from the follow-on as they were dismissed for 168. Reuters
The veteran James Anderson broke the opening stand in the second innings by taking the wicket of Kieran Powell. Reuters
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The veteran James Anderson broke the opening stand in the second innings by taking the wicket of Kieran Powell. Reuters
As the day (or the night) went on, it became increasingly obvious that England would wrap up the Test in just three days. Reuters
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As the day (or the night) went on, it became increasingly obvious that England would wrap up the Test in just three days. Reuters
Meanwhile, Stuart Broad became the second highest wicket-taker for England when he took the wicket of Shane Dowrich, surpassing Ian Botham's tally of 383 wickets. Reuters
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Meanwhile, Stuart Broad became the second highest wicket-taker for England when he took the wicket of Shane Dowrich, surpassing Ian Botham's tally of 383 wickets. Reuters
In the end, it became too easy for England, as they bowled out the West Indian team for the second time in the day, ensuring that Joe Root's team takes a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Reuters
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In the end, it became too easy for England, as they bowled out the West Indian team for the second time in the day, ensuring that Joe Root's team takes a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. Reuters