England runs over WI, completes innings win

West Indies loses 19 wickets on Day Three to go down by an innings and 209 runs in Birmingham.

Stuart Broad (centre), James Anderson (left) and Toby Roland-Jones (right) accounted for 14 of the 20 West Indian wickets in the Test.   -  Getty Images

England hammered West Indies by an innings and 209 runs as the inaugural day-night Test in Britain ended inside three days at Edgbaston on Saturday.

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West Indies, following on, was bowled out for 137 in its second innings as it lost 19 wickets in total during the day's play. Victory gave England a 1-0 lead in a three-match series that continues with the second Test at Headingley starting on Friday.

England had established a commanding position thanks to Alastair Cook's 243 and the opener's stand of 248 with captain Joe Root (136) as the some side piled up 514 for 8 declared.

West Indies slumped to 168 all out in reply, with only Jermaine Blackwood (79 not out) offering much resistance. Root enforced the follow-on, with West Indies 346 runs behind, and the tourist promptly collapsed again.

Stuart Broad took three wickets for four runs in 11 balls, including two in two, as he surpassed Ian Botham's tally of 383 Test wickets and moved into second-place in England's all-time list behind longstanding new-ball partner James Anderson.