West Indies v England: Alastair Cook hits century in Barbados

England captain Alastair Cook scored his first Test century since May 2013 but his team struggled on day one of the final Test against West Indies.
The 30-year-old, who survived an appeal for a catch on 22, ended a run of 35 innings without a Test century and reached his 26th hundred off 259 balls.
He was caught behind in the final over to signal stumps, leaving England on 240-7 after they chose to bat.
Earlier, opening partner Jonathan Trott fell for his third duck of the series

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