Well, that's the worst day's bowling I've seen in a long time. Was there even the remotest chance the Windies would pitch one on and about off stump, AND somewhere approaching a good length, AND manage to keep it there for even the modest target of two or three balls in a row? Nope.
Instead, what do we get? The Windie hacks trundling in all day and feeding Strauss and Key easily paced half trackers and generously plonked half volleys. I would have backed Greg Ritchie to score a ton against these pie chuckers, now, wearing his Mahatma sheet.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but while Robert Key probably always had it in mind to try to emulate Andrew Strauss's feat of scoring a Test hundred at Lord's as a late replacement for an injured player, he probably had not banked on doing it while Strauss replicated his deed.