Anderson's three wickets for 16 in eight overs, allied to  his two catches and a sharp, direct hit run out, triggered a stunning West Indies collapse from 202-2 at the start of the day, with a lead of 37, to 307 all out on Saturday. As England set out for the winning goal of 143, Jonathan Trott was bowled in fast bowler Shannon Gabriel's opening over without scoring.

Captain Alastair Cook, unbeaten on 59, and Garry Ballance, 81 not out and dropped twice, completed the job against lackluster bowling with an unbroken partnership of 142. Balance passed 1,000 runs in his 17th innings, the third fastest in England test history, and Cook, with 76 in the first innings, finally got among the runs to scrubs those critics off his back.
     
The West Indies was set back when medium-fast bowler Jason Holder was taken off on a stretcher after damaging his left ankle as he planted it to deliver to Ballance in his second over. Balance was missed at 15 and 67 at slip by Devon Smith off Marlon Samuels, but the West Indies seemed resigned to the outcome.
     
The result was a disappointment for the locals in the biggest crowd of the match, but celebrated by 2,000 jubilant travelling supporters, witnesses to England's first away victory since late 2012 in Kolkata, India. England takes a 1-0 lead into the third and final test at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Friday.

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