Equalling Sir Don Bradman's feat in Barbados, West Indies captain Jason Holder led from the front with his bat to take his side to a memorable win against England on Sunday.

As West Indies crushed England in the first Test at Kensington Oval in Barbados, off-spinner Roston Chase produced a stunning performance with the ball by picking a eight-wicket haul to derail the visitors’ entire batting line-up.

A humiliating defeat, by 381 runs was suffered by Joe Root and Co after all 10 wickets fell in a single day.

Windies skipper Holder slammed a magnificent double century (202 runs off 229 deliveries) to help the team set a huge target of 628 runs for England before Chase targeted the England batsmen in their second innings.

Bradman's feat was equalled by Holder. He became the second batsman in the history of Test cricket to score a double century in the second innings of a Test match while batting at No 6 or a lower position.

Bradman had managed to achieve the feat in 1937 at MCG when he scored 237 runs against England.

Windies were struggling at 120/6 in their second innings before Holder put on a 295-run stand for the sixth wicket. He along with Shane Dowrich (116) ensured that the hosts were in control of the Test. Batting at No 8, Holder hit an unbeaten 202.