Anrich Nortje (Photo courtesy of Randy Brooks / AFP)
Lungi Ngidi and Anrich Nortje disbanded the West Indies for 97 years with devastating effects after lunch on the first day of their first test in Saint Lucia.
The score was the lowest in the test with South Africa because we could not find a reaction to South Africa’s aggressive bowling.
Norche (4/35) broke the batting order cream, leaving the host staggered at 48/4 at lunch. Total after first winning toss and batting.
Daren Sammy Cricket Ground had no place to hide for the host, so Ngidi won his second five-wicket hole in test cricket.
Ngidi and Nortje took a total of 9/54 over 24.5 and harassed the host with hostile, accurate and fast bowling in the afternoon session.
Nortje continued the break from the morning session and chose Keegan Petersen, who picked Jermaine Blackwood (1) on a limp shot at Garry.
The West Indies then crashed from 56/5 to 56/7, with Roston Chase (8) and Joshua Da Silva (0) feathering to Aiden Markram and Wian Moulder on their second and third slips, respectively.
Rahkkeem Cornwall (13) played several streaky shots, but when his streaky drive was successfully caught off Ngidi in Markram and staggered the West Indies at 74/8, he decided how to play. lost.
Jason Holder (20) was forced to shoot, Kemar Roach (1) caught Quinton De Kock (Quinton Denok) with Quinton De Kock (Ngidi), putting the West Indies in danger of 80/9. It was.
Holder was forced to give his arm a chance at the three-point border, but his resistance ended when he led Markram to catch on the second slip to end the West Indies innings.
Lungi Ngidi and Henrich Norche beat West Indies to lowest score in combination v South Africa
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