(Video) Normal services resume for Kemar Roach

Kemar Roach makes it look easy.

Aryan Surana

Early on the opening day of the first Test between Pakistan and West Indies, Imran Butt was at the receiving end of a trademark Kemar Roach slanter that bombed through his defences. The 134kmph thunderbolt swirled in the air to mock Butt's drive and rattle the furniture.

It did tail in a fair bit, although the right-hander did himself no favours by plonking his toe towards mid-off. Once he committed to the cover drive, he was handicapped by his technique as the downward projection of the bat at a slanted angle spelt doom.