|England 258 & 490-8 dec: Moeen 84, Root 72, Malan 61, Woakes 61*|
|West Indies 427 & 322-5: S Hope 118*, K Brathwaite 95|
|West Indies win by five wickets|
West Indies produced a masterful chase to win a Test in England for the first time in 17 years with a five-wicket victory in a thrilling match.
The nerveless Shai Hope led them to their target of 322, becoming the first man to score a century in both innings of a first-class match at Headingley.
Opener Kraigg Brathwaite had earlier struck a superb 95 after being dropped by Alastair Cook on four.
Aided by Jermaine Blackwood’s 41, Hope hit the winning runs to finish on 118.
Victory for the tourists – which looked unlikely at the start of day five, particularly given their heavy defeat in the first Test – ties the series at 1-1 before the decider at Lord’s from 7-11 September.
In scoring the 317 further runs they required on day five, West Indies completed the 20th highest successful fourth-innings chase in Test history, and third highest in England.