Big win for Windies

Big win for Windies

Auckland : New Zealand | Jul 30, 2012 at 12:46 AM PDT
Source: Telegraph India
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Victory didn't seem so certain at the end of the fourth day, but West Indies delivered the knockout punch on the fifth day, thanks to their seamers. West Indies needed to pick the seven remaining wickets as quickly as possible, and Kemar Roach facilitated that with a five-wicket haul to set the hosts an... FULL ARTICLE AT Telegraph India
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West Indies bowler Kemar Roach (2nd left) celebrates a wicket with teammates in Galle
West Indies bowler Kemar Roach (2nd left) celebrates a wicket with teammates in Galle
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