Barbados: Part-time off-spinner Roston Chase took eight wickets as West Indies crushed England by 381 runs in the first in Barbados on Saturday.
Pursue grabbed his opportunity to excel without any expert spinner in the group, getting a test-best eight for 60 at Kensington Oval in Bridgetown.
West Indies, rank dark horses in the three-coordinate arrangement, knocked down some pins out England for 246 in the second innings subsequent to rejecting them for 77 in the first.
They won with beyond what daily to save in what must be named a shambolic showcase by the guests, who were falling off a late spring arrangement prevail upon number one positioned India.
The England top-arrange all got begins in the second innings yet just opener Rory Burns (84) transformed it into a major score.
Analysts went after the record books to put the outcome into memorable viewpoint, uncovering just two events when the Windies won by greater edges by runs.
They crushed England by 425 keeps running in Manchester in 1976 and tidied Australia by 408 keeps running in Adelaide in 1980.
Pursue's phenomenal figures - superior to Shane Warne's test best of eight for 71 - were accomplished despite the fact that he didn't correct gigantic turn. He got simply enough, be that as it may, to keep the batsmen nervous.
Pursue came into the match with a degenerate test blowing away normal of 40. He flighted the ball well however was supported by some poor shots by the batsmen.
Regardless of Chase's heroics, West Indies skipper Jason Holder was named man of the match after his unbeaten second innings thump of 202.
Holder cautioned that the outcome, however welcome, was just a single match.
The second test starts on Thursday in North Sound on the island of Antigua.