England v Windies: Watch pick of first day's action at Headingley
Check out the best of Stokes' ton and Root's record-equalling fifty
Last Updated: 25/08/17 6:45pm
Windies managed to dismiss England for 258 on day one of the second Test at Headingley - despite a raft of dropped catches.
Shannon Gabriel (4-51) and Kemar Roach (4-71) shared eight wickets as the tourists bowled far better with the red Dukes ball than they did with the pink one in the day-nighter at Edgbaston, in which they were hammered by an innings and 209 runs inside three days.
But Jason Holder's side could have skittled their hosts for even fewer had they not spilled Ben Stokes (100) and Joe Root (59) early in their innings after England elected to bat.
Watch the highlights - and the fielding lowlights - of day one in the video at the top of the page as Windies closed on 19-1.
Root was inexplicably grassed by Kieran Powell on eight at slip - England would have been 44-4 had the ball stuck - and the England skipper went on to pass fifty for the 12th successive Test, matching AB de Villiers' record.
Stokes was actually given two reprieves, with Kraigg Brathwaite dropping a shoulder-high chance in the cordon when he had nine and Gabriel shelling at mid-on when he was on 98 - the England all-rounder completing his sixth Test century a ball after his second lifeline.
Wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich also fumbled behind the stumps in comedy fashion, dropping Stuart Broad after Gabriel had found the edge, but then pouched Chris Woakes safely to end the innings after 70.5 overs.
Cook pouched safely, too, as Windies began their innings, snaffling Powell (5) at slip to claim his 150th Test catch and hand Anderson his 493rd Test wicket - the seamer will have 500 in his sights before the game is out.
Live coverage of the second Test between England and Windies continues on Sky Sports Cricket from 10am on Saturday, with a swing-bowling demo from Darren Gough preceding the live action at 11am.
You can follow over-by-over commentary and in-play clips with our live blog on Sky Sports digital platforms.