The fourth day at Edgbaston was dominated by two big performances from West Indies players, but a superstar linked them both.
Denesh Ramdin hit the second Test century of his career, and celebrated by unfurling a message scrawled on a piece of paper to Caribbean legend Sir Vivian Richards.
"Yea Viv talk nah" was not exactly a line which could have been lifted from a Shakespearian play, but the message was clear enough.
The words were a response to criticism Richards had made of his batting contributions for the team — a criticism not without merit. Going into this Test, the talentedRead More »from It all comes back to Sir Viv