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England v West Indies 2nd Test
Headingley, 25-29 May 2007

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Sir Viv Richards and the BBC's Jonathan Agnew

West Indies legend Sir Viv Richards and the BBC's Jonathan Agnew brave the wet conditions at Headingley

Cricket fans brave the wet weather at Headingley

The fans fear more rain but are lifted by news that play can resume with England needing seven more wickets for victory

A minute's silence is held to remember Percy Sonn

A minute's silence is held to remember ICC president Percy Sonn, who died on Sunday

Liam Plunkett celebrates the removal of Chris Gayle

England get an early breakthrough when Liam Plunkett removes Chris Gayle with his first decent ball of the morning

Michael Vaughan leaves the pitch

But the rain returns and England skipper Michael Vaughan leads his team back off the pitch with the tourists on 31-3

Ryan Sidebottom celebrates with his team-mates

Play restarts after lunch and in-form bowler Ryan Sidebottom traps Sylvester Joseph for his seventh wicket of the match

Ryan Sidebottom celebrates with Kevin Pietersen

His eighth follows when Devon Smith misjudges his delivery and is caught by Andrew Strauss, leaving West Indies on 57-5

Steve Harmison celebrates after removing Runako Morton

West Indies rally slightly but find themselves on 120-6 when Steve Harmison dismisses Runako Morton for 25

Denesh Ramdin is dismissed

Denesh Ramdin is Harmison's next victim - although the decision to give him out lbw looks a poor one

Monty Panesar celebrates after removing Dwayne Bravo

Dwayne Bravo makes 52 before Monty Panesar strikes to leave England on the brink of victory

Steve Harmison removes Jerome Taylor

England's win is sealed when Harmison's delivery hits Jerome Taylor and the ball bounces down into the leg stump

Ryan Sidebottom and Kevin Pietersen leave the pitch after the match

England win by an innings and 283 runs - the West Indies' heaviest defeat in their 79-year Test history


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