Shamar Joseph, a West Indies speed bowler, delivered an outstanding performance in the second Test against Australia.

At the morning session, Joseph was able to take all six wickets despite the fact that he was injured.

 Despite his toe injury, Joseph's performance was decisive as Australia faltered and reached a score of 187/8 at the dinner break.

 Joseph's injury was confirmed to be no fracture in his toe, raising the possibility of his participation in the fourth day.

Following Joseph's announcement of his departure, the second half of the West Indies' season came to a decisive and successful conclusion.

Despite his injury, the West Indies team, supported by Kemar Roach and Alzarri Joseph, aimed to achieve their first victory in Australia since 1997.

Joseph's performance was notable, with him dismissing Steven Smith with his first delivery in Adelaide and scoring 36 runs in his first inning.

In Brisbane, Joseph dismissed Alex Carey in the first inning, posing a significant danger of establishing a substantial advantage.