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West Indies managed to put the brakes on Australia in the opening session of the second Test between the two at the Queen's Park Oval.
After securing a nervy win in the first of the three-Test series earlier this week, the Baggy Greens looked in confident mood early on, racing along to 53 without loss.
They returned to the pavilion for lunch on 74 for two, though, with Shane Watson and Ricky Ponting at the crease and both openers left to reflect on not making the most of good starts.
In the case of David Warner, he should never have been allowed to get that far.
The free-hitting left-hander was on four in the opening over when he was undone by a Fidel Edwards delivery, which appeared to trap him bang in front of his off stump.
The ball reared up off the pad and landed in the gloves of wicketkeeper Carlton Baugh, clipping the turf just before it did.
Edwards appealed for a leg-before decision, which umpire Marais Rasmus duly gave but, confused, captain Darren Sammy thought the decision was for a caught-behind and withdrew the appeal, allowing Warner to remain at the crease.
Video replays showed that had the decision remained as a leg-before one Warner would have been sent on his way but, as it was, he remained and progressed to 29 before he was dismissed.
He went to the spin of Shane Shillingford, caught ironically at first slip by Sammy as he tried to drive through the covers.
At the other end, Ed Cowan had progressed to 28 before he lost his wicket, getting rapped on the ankle by a Kemar Roach delivery that kept low.
That left Watson (10no) and Ponting (5no) to see the tourists through to the break.
Ponting fell soon after though, becoming another victim for Roach.