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West Indies v England 1st Test

Brendan Nash hits out against England

West Indies v England day four: Brendan Nash, who was 47 not out overnight, reaches his fifty in the first over of the day

Stuart Broad (left) celebrates the dismissal of Sulieman Benn with Ian Bell and Kevin Pietersen

Sulieman Benn hits a couple of lusty boundaries, but departs for 23 when he loops a catch to Alastair Cook at point

Ryan Sidebottom

Ryan Sidebottom needs a visit from the physio after hurting his knee making a sliding stop in the outfield

Brendan Nash walks off after being dismissed

Nash's long vigil - he took 164 balls to score 55 - is ended when he is caught behind off Broad, who picks up his first five-wicket Test haul

Fidel Edwards hits out

Pace bowlers Daren Powell and Fidel Edwards enjoy themselves with an entertaining last-wicket stand of 16

Steve Harmison celebrates the wicket of Daren Powell

Steve Harmison has Powell adjudged to be caught behind, despite not appearing to hit the ball as the Windies are bowled out for 318

Alastair Cook (left) walks off after edging to second slip, watched by partner Andrew Strauss (right)

England start their second innings 74 behind - and lose Alastair Cook to a slip catch with only one run on the board

Ian Bell is caught by Denesh Ramdin

Ian Bell plays an ill-advised cut shot in the over before lunch and is caught by keeper Denesh Ramdin for four, leaving England 11-2

Kevin Pietersen is bowled by Jerome Taylor

Shortly after lunch, Kevin Pietersen is yorked by Jerome Taylor as he tries to flick the ball to leg

Andrew Strauss is caught behind off Jerome Taylor

The effervescent Taylor picks up his third wicket when captain Andrew Strauss feathers a catch behind to leave England 20-4

Paul Collingwood

Paul Collingwood follows in Taylor's next over as a sharp delivery just clips his leg bail and Collingwood belatedly realises his innings is over

Matt Prior is bowled by Jerome Taylor

The procession of wickets continues as Matt Prior makes a duck, his stumps knocked over by a superb slower ball from Taylor

Sulieman Benn jumps for joy after dismissing Stuart Broad

Benn joins in the fun, having Broad caught at short leg for nought - England are 26-7 and staring down the barrel of an innings defeat

Andrew Flintoff ducks a bouncer from Jerome Taylor

Andrew Flintoff, the last recognised batsman left in, finds himself having to lead an uncharacteristic rearguard action

Ryan Sidebottom walks off after he is trapped lbw

Sidebottom hangs around long enough to help push the score to 50 - but is then trapped lbw by Benn and not even a referral can save him

Andrew Flintoff is bowled by Fidel Edwards

Flintoff is then bowled by Edwards for 24, leaving England on the brink of a humiliating defeat

Steve Harmison

Benn captures the final wicket, his eighth of the match, as Steve Harmison is bowled, and the celebrations can really begin

West Indies celebrate their innings victory

The West Indies, having been dismissed as rank outsiders, rejoice at a magnificent victory by an innings and 23 runs

Usain Bolt with Chris Gayle

Two famous Jamaican sons celebrate as double Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt joins jubilant Windies skipper Gayle

England's players stand around after their defeat

England must now regroup ahead of the second Test, which begins in Antigua next Friday, 13 February

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