Brisbane: The incomparable Glenn McGrath was back in business once again as he ripped though the West Indies innings in Brisbane. He picked up four wickets to put the visitors on the back foot on the second day of the first Test. With this haul, McGrath has the distinction of becoming the first bowler ever to claim 100 Test wickets against the Caribbean side. Shane Warne chipped in with a wicket while opener Devon Smith stuck around for a chancy 88. The star wicket of Brian Lara fell for 30 taken by Bret Lee in a controversial decision by umpire Ian Howell in the 40th over. West Indies trail Australia by 253 runs with just 4 wickets in hand.