Second One Day International-Guyana
West Indies 264-8 Innings Complete (S Chanderpaul 112 no, R R Sarwan 74) v England 243 (A J Strauss 105)
West Indies beat England by 21 runs
Local hero Shivnarine Chanderpaul led from the front as West Indies bounced back from their farcical defeat in the opening one-day international with a 21-run victory over England in Guyana.
In a match dominated by brilliantly crafted centuries from Chanderpaul and Andrew Srauss, it was West Indies who snatched a victory which ties the series at 1-1 with three games remaining.
Chanderpaul returned to his roots to hit an unbeaten 112 off 126 balls – the left-hander ably supported by compatriot Ramnaresh Sarwan, who made 74 as the hosts amassed 264-8 after winning the toss.