West Indies vs England: Ben Stokes and Matt Fisher pay tributes to late fathers in second Test – What We Know!

England star Ben Stokes points to the sky

Ben Stokes and Matt Fisher look to the heavens in emotional tributes to their late fathers as their batting and bowling heroics put England in agency management of the second Check towards West Indies

  • England took management of their second Check towards West Indies on Thursday
  • Ben Stokes and Matt Fisher performed a key half of their success out in Barbados
  • The pair then regarded to the sky to pay emotional tributes to their late fathers
  • Stokes, whose father Ged died final summer time, scored his eleventh hundred in 114 balls
  • Fisher pointed to the heavens after eradicating John Campbell along with his second ball
  • The debutant, who made the proper begin, noticed his father go away 10 years in the past 

Ben Stokes and Matt Fisher paid emotional tributes to their late fathers after placing England in charge of the second Check.

Stokes regarded to the heavens after citing his eleventh Check hundred in simply 114 balls, his first century since his prolonged break from the sport final summer time after the loss of life of his father, Ged.

He launched a outstanding assault earlier than lunch in a stand of 129 with Joe Root — who went on to attain 153 — and completed with 120 from 128 balls. Ben Foakes and Chris Woakes then added 75 for the seventh wicket as England declared on 507 for 9. 

England bowler Matt Fisher points to the sky

England duo Ben Stokes and Matt Fisher paid tributes to their late fathers vs West Indies

Stokes, whose father Ged died last summer, scored his 11th Test hundred in just 114 balls

Stokes, whose father Ged died final summer time, scored his eleventh Check hundred in simply 114 balls

Debutant Fisher made the proper begin to his Check profession, eradicating John Campbell along with his second ball.

The Yorkshire bowler additionally pointed to the skies in tribute to his father, who handed away 10 years in the past.

On the finish of day two, West Indies path by 436 runs after ending at 71 for one on the shut of play on Thursday.

Fisher also pointed up after taking a wicket in tribute to his father who passed 10 years ago

Fisher additionally pointed up after taking a wicket in tribute to his father who handed 10 years in the past

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