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West Indies' wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich dives to take the catch to dismiss England's Joss Buttler, second right, during the second day of the first cricket Test match between England and West Indies, at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England.

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Players and umpires took a knee before the start of 1st Test between England and West Indies in support of the Black Lives Matter movement at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton, England, Monday, July 6, 2020.

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England'sDom Sibley, second left, leaves the field after being dismissed by West Indies Shannon Gabriel, second right, during the first day of the 1st cricket Test match between England and West Indies, at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Wednesday July 8, 2020.

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West Indies players leave the dressing room the Ageas Bowl, Southampton to take field against England on Day 2 of the first Test on Wednesday (July 8, 20020).

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England captain Ben Stokes takes a catch in the slips during a nets session at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Tuesday July 7, 2020.

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West Indies coach Phil Simmons, centre, speaks to his team members during a nets session at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England, Tuesday July 7, 2020.

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West Indies captain Jason Holder during a nets session at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton, England, Monday, July 6, 2020.

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West Indies coach Phil Simmons, centre, speaks to his team members during a nets session at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England. West Indies play their first Test match against England on upcoming July 8-12.

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West Indies' cricket Captain Kieron Pollard, left, and Shimron Hetmyer attend a training session ahead of their third one-day cricket match against India, in Cuttack.

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West Indies players during a training session on the eve of 3rd and final ODI match between India and West Indies at Barabati Stadium in Cuttack.

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West Indies' Shai Hope bats in the nets during a training session ahead of their second one day international cricket match against India, in Visakhapatnam.

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West Indies' Shai Hope, left, and Shimron Hetmyer share a light moment after batting in the nets during a training session ahead of their second one day international cricket match against India, in Visakhapatnam.

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Players of India, left, and West Indies stand for their national anthems before the start of their first one day international cricket match in Chennai.

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West Indies player Keemo Paul during a practice session ahead of the first One Day International (ODI) cricket match against India at MAC Stadium in Chennai.

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West Indies player Romario Shepherd during a practice session ahead of the first One Day International (ODI) cricket match against India at MAC Stadium in Chennai.

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West Indies players warm up during a training session ahead of their third Twenty20 cricket match against India in Mumbai.

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West Indies cricket team coach Phil Simmons, left, gestures to captain Kieron Pollard during a training session ahead of their third Twenty20 cricket match against India in Mumbai.

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West Indies players play soccer during a practice session ahead of the 3rd T-20 cricket match against India at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

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West Indies cricketer Evin Lewis, Nicholas Pooran and Sherfane Rutherford at the launch of a sports and fitness store, in Thane

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Gayle after playing a knock of 72 runs was sent back to the pavilion by pacer Khaleel Ahmed. Upon his dismissal, the left-hander had received a standing ovation from the Trinidad crowd.

Earlier in the match, West Indies had won the toss and opted to bat first. The openers Evin Lewis and Chris Gayle had provided a solid base for the team as they put up a 115-run stand.

India clinched the three-match ODI series against West Indies 2-0 with a six-wicket win in the rain-curtailed final ODI at Port of Spain, Trinidad on Wednesday. Virat Kohli hit his 43rd ODI century to guide his side home with 15 balls remaining.