Eng bundle out WI for 47

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:04 IST

English Paceman Steve Harmison's 7-12 in 12.3 overs bundled out West Indies for 47, their lowest ever Test total to set up a 10-wicket victory.

Hamilton: English Paceman Steve Harmison's 7-12 in 12.3 overs bundled out West Indies for 47, their lowest ever Test total to set up a 10-wicket victory for England in the first Test in Kingston. Harmison completed his second five-wicket haul in Tests by removing Brian Lara, Tino Best for ducks. Hoggard took two wickets for 21 off nine overs, while Jones grabbed one for 10 off four overs. It was the tenth lowest total in the history of Test cricket. West Indies were 311 in the first innings and 47 all out in the second innings. England were 339 in the first innings and 20 for no loss. The second Test in the four-match series begins Friday in Trinidad.
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