Steve Harmison took seven goals for 12 runs. England bowling West Indies In 2004, 47 issues were released today.

A damaging spell saw Harmison take down the West Indies almost single-handedly by just double figures at Sabina Park on his way to a 10-point victory in the first Test.

It took just 11.3 more for the then 25-year-old to take all seven goals and conceded just 12 runs as all of the hosts were back in the club with 47 runs in the second inning – marking a 10-goal victory for England who were on their way to their first Test series victory. Caribbean since 1968.

Prior to this series, the 1.85-foot right-hander had shown great potential with his combination of speed and swing, but struggled for consistency over the winter coupled with a back injury.

The first innings of the match were the complete opposite of the second, as the West Indies total was 311, but on the fourth day of the Test everything changed.

On day four, the Windies started eight undefeated, lagging 20 runs behind the visitors, but not prepared for what was to come.

England captain Michael Vaughan eight fielders lined up on the chips and the rest, Harmison, a young West Indies side withered under a gruesome attack.

Harmison’s form continued through the rest of the series when he hit 61 in the second Test before Matthew Hoggard played a key role in securing victory in Test three.

It was the beginning of the best spell of Harmison’s career, who played a pivotal role in England’s infamous Ashes victory a year later. Australia in 2005

Harmison would still struggle consistently as injury concerns returned, meaning he would play his final Test at age 30 in 2009.