Shai Hope leaves England stunned as West Indies pull off remarkable chase to level series [Photos]

Catch all the best moments of the fifth day of the second Test between England and Windies.

FirstCricket Staff August 30, 2017 12:11:01 IST
Windies bounced back from a humiliating defeat at Edgbaston and levelled the 3-match series 1-1. Chief architect Shai Hope celebrates after scoring the winning runs. AP
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Windies bounced back from a humiliating defeat at Edgbaston and levelled the 3-match series 1-1. Chief architect Shai Hope celebrates after scoring the winning runs. AP
England's Stuart Broad provided the first breakthrough of the day as he got rid of Kieran Powell for 25. AP
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England's Stuart Broad provided the first breakthrough of the day as he got rid of Kieran Powell for 25. AP
England's Stuart Broad celebrates after his run out of Windies' Kyle Hope during day five of the second Test. AP
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England's Stuart Broad celebrates after his run out of Windies' Kyle Hope during day five of the second Test. AP
Substitute fielder Mason Crane celebrates after taking a stunner to send Roston Chase back to the hut for 30. AP
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Substitute fielder Mason Crane celebrates after taking a stunner to send Roston Chase back to the hut for 30. AP
Windies' Shai Hope stood between a historic win for visitors and England as he held one end up in the 322-run chase. AP
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Windies' Shai Hope stood between a historic win for visitors and England as he held one end up in the 322-run chase. AP
England celebrate after dismissing Kraigg Brathwaite and ending a 144-run stand between him and Shai Hope. AP
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England celebrate after dismissing Kraigg Brathwaite and ending a 144-run stand between him and Shai Hope. AP
Windies batsman Shai Hope celebrates after slamming his second century of the match. He also became the first batsman to hit two tons in a Test at Headingley. AP
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Windies batsman Shai Hope celebrates after slamming his second century of the match. He also became the first batsman to hit two tons in a Test at Headingley. AP