West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel has been forced to return home after suffering a back injury in the first test against England at Lord's.
Gabriel was making his Test debut and certainly impressed as the West Indies pushed England all the way, but unfortunately injury means he will not feature again in the series.
The 24-year-old had a scan on the injury which revealed a stress reaction in the lower spine and he will now be replaced in the squad by fellow fast bowler Tino Best.
"Shannon made the complaint late in the first Test against England and scans conducted following the match showed a stress reaction in the lower spine," revealed West Indies team physiotherapist CJ Clark.
"He was subsequently ruled out of the second Test and, after further consultation, we feel that to prevent this injury developing any further it is in Shannon's best interest for him to return to T&T for rest and rehabilitation to ensure he is fully fit when selected for West Indies in the future."
Gabriel took match figures of 4-86 at Lord's, while Best has has far more experience with 12 Test appearances under his belt.