Joe Root's century puts England in control of second Test against West Indies
April 24 , 2015
Continuing his terrific form, Joe Root scored his sixth Test century to put England in a commanding position at the end of day 3 in the second match against West Indies in Grenada.
Root, who remained unbeaten on 118, got good support from Gary Balance as England took their first innings score to 373-6, a comfortable 74 runs ahead of the hosts.
With two days remaining, the tourists will be hoping to add runs quickly and then try to bowl out the West Indies.