• The first-ever day-night Test took place at Edgbaston
  • Joe Root and Alastair Cook added 248 for England's third wicket on day one
  • Cook led the way with an unbeaten 153
  • Cook pushed on past 200 on day two
  • He would finally fall for 243 and England declared on 514-8
  • James Anderson then grabbed the wicket of Kraigg Brathwaite for a duck - before rain stopped play for the day
  • On day three the wickets tumbled, with James Anderson celebrating the dismissal of Kyle Hope
  • Anderson finished with three wickets as England bowled out the tourists for just 168 before forcing the follow-on
  • Stuart Broad overtakes Ian Botham as England's second highest Test wicket-taker, after bowling West Indies' Shane Dowrich
  • England took 19 wickets on the third day to complete an emphatic victory

England v West Indies 1st Test

The first-ever day-night Test took place at Edgbaston