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England v West Indies, Lord's 2000

That golden Saturday

Apr 18, 2010: Ten years ago Lord's hosted a classic, when the crowd roared the staid ground to life and England to a win

Tanya Aldred

Second Cornhill Test

England v West Indies 2000

2001: Toss: England

Derek Pringle

West Indies v England: Test No. 2: Many Mistakes cause a Shift of Ascendancy

Jul 3, 2000: Now that all of the euphoria has died down in England and wherever their supporters reside, one must take a very critical, almost mechanical eye, as to why the West Indies lost this game, not so much why England won it, for that is exactly what

Colin Croft

2nd Test, England v West Indies, Statistical Highlights

Jul 3, 2000: It was the 1503rd Test match in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

Historic loss for Windies at Lord's

Jul 2, 2000: Lord's-For once, and for all their customorary endeavour, Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh couldn't quite complete another rescue mission for the West Indies again foisted on them by their weak batsmen

Tony Cozier

Nasser Hussain asserts victory at Lord's was the event of the summer

Jul 2, 2000: With no home batsman having reached fifty in any of the four innings played against West Indies to date in this series - or the team to cap two hundred - the selectors have little doubt of their main priority between now and the start of the third

Staff and agencies

WI shot out for 54 at Lord's

Jul 1, 2000: London-The West Indies were routed yesterday for their third lowest score on the second day of the second cricket Test at Lord's Cricket Ground by a fired-up England team

Wickets tumble at Lord's

Jul 1, 2000: In all the great matches this celebrated old ground has hosted in more than 200 years, no day could have been more sensational, intense and unpredictable as the second of its 100th Test yesterday

Tony Cozier

The Magic of Lord's when England play West Indies

Jul 1, 2000: The excitement and the memorable climax to this Test Match stands in a long tradition of such finishes when England play West Indies at Lord's

Clayton Goodwin

Marvellous Performance - Enthralling to the end

Jul 1, 2000: How fitting that the hundredth Test match staged at the Head Quarters of cricket should end in such exciting climax

Andy Jalil

England win more than just a Test Match

Jul 1, 2000: After scoring only half the West Indian total on first innings, the England fightback was remarkable

John Ward

England's great victory in a great match - Wonderful Walsh frustrated

Jul 1, 2000: Lord's: West Indies (267 and 54) lost to England (134 and 191 for eight) by two wickets

John Ward

Cricket Lovely, Cricket, At Lord's where I saw it

Jul 1, 2000: The West Indians came to Lord's to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their great victory in 1950 - and they went away having witnessed a revival of English cricket

Clayton Goodwin

England level series

Jul 1, 2000: England triumphed at Lords by 2 wickets in one of the most memorable Test Matches played on that historic ground - or anywhere

Clayton Goodwin

England have best of early exchanges

Jul 1, 2000: Lord's, teatime: West Indies 267 and 54; England 134 and 109 for two (Atherton 44, Hick 9)

John Ward

Weather reins in England's aspirations

Jul 1, 2000: For the moment England had to take a rain-check - literally - on their push for an historic victory at Lord's

Staff and agencies

English Weather Holds Up England

Jul 1, 2000: Lord's, lunchtime: West Indies 267 and 54; England 134 and 13 for one

John Ward

WI let it slip

Jun 30, 2000: The West Indies twice had England just where they wanted them only to drop their guard and squander their significant early advantage in the final session of the opening day of the second Test at Lord's yesterday

Tony Cozier

Drama at Lord's as wickets tumble - 2nd Test day two

Jun 30, 2000: Cricket is the most perverse of games, predicted at peril

Andy Jalil

West Indies shot out for 54 in incredible day at Lord's

Jun 30, 2000: The Friday of the Lord's Test was one of the most bizarre days in the game's history: twenty-one wickets went down

John Ward
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