James Anderson orchestrated a collapse as West Indies allowed one bad session to undo all their good work to let England beat them by nine wickets in the last session on day five of the second Test in Grenada.
Devendra Bishoo took four wickets and Kraigg Brathwaite scored a resilient ton as West Indies managed to gain a vital lead of 37 runs with eight wickets in hand, going into day five of the second Test in Grenada.
Warren Hegg, a former team-mate and captain of James Anderson at Lancashire, says that the fast bowler is "up there with England's greatest" after overtaking Sir Ian Botham to become his country's leading wicket-taker.
Jason Holder produced a memorable rearguard innings of 103 not out and was supported by his skipper Denesh Ramdin to help West Indies survive 130 overs to draw the first Test against England in Antigua.
Gary Ballance scored a gritty century to help England win the day even though West Indies hang on as the hosts require 340 more runs to win with eight wickets remaining at stumps on day four of the First Test at Antigua.