West Indies debutant off-spinner, Rahkeem Cornwall, who weighs 140 kilograms, became the heaviest man to play Test cricket when he made his debut against India at Sabina Park. Cornwall broke the previous record held by Australia's Warwick Armstrong who weighed 133-139 kgs.
The 26-year-old off-spinner made an early impact, giving West Indies a huge breakthrough as early as his 3rd over. Cornwall pitched it short and Cheteshwar Pujara went for a cut short only to find the point fielder. Apart from picking up the big wicket of Pujara, Cornwall was impressive in slips as he took 2 sharp catches to remove the Indian openers, Mayank Agarwal and KL Rahul.
The 26-year-old has taken 260 wickets in 55 first-class matches at a brilliant average of 23.9, grabbing five wickets in an innings 17 times and taking 10 scalps in the match on two occasions.