Windies captain Jason Holder has been speaking to members of the media after the first day/night Test match against England at Edgbaston which ended on Day 3.

The visitors were dismissed for 168 in the first innings and 137 in the second innings to give the home team victory by an innings and 209 runs.

In the first innings, Jermaine Blackwood played a number of fluent strokes to topscore with 79 not out off 76 balls and included two sixes and nine fours.

The Man-of-the-Match award went to Alastair Cook who made 243 – his 31st Test century which came off 407 balls and with 33 boundaries.

Summarised scores: ENGLAND 514 for eight dec. (Alistair Cook 243, Joe Root 136, Dawid Malan 65; Roston Chase 4-113, Kemar Roach 2-86) WINDIES 168 (Jermaine Blackwood 79 not out, Kyle Hope 25, Kieran Powell 20; James Anderson 3-34, Toby Roland-Jones 2-31, Stuart Broad 2-47) and 137 (Kraigg Brathwaite 40; Stuart Broad 3-34, Jimmy Anderson 2-12, Toby Roland-Jones 2-18, Moeen Ali 2-54)

Listen to the audio of Holder’s statement.