England's debutant Gus Atkinson overshadowed James Anderson's farewell by claiming a remarkable seven wickets, leading to the West Indies' collapse to 121 all out on the opening day of the first Test at Lord's on Wednesday. The focus before the three-match series was on Anderson's final appearance in the five-day format after a record-breaking career that saw him take 701 wickets, the most by any fast bowler at this level. However, Surrey's Atkinson grabbed the limelight with an extraordinary performance of 7-45 in 12 overs, including a hat-trick in one over. In contrast, Anderson had to wait until the last man, Jayden Seales, was lbw to add to his Test wicket count. West Indies' debutant Mikyle Louis scored the highest with 27 as the team was all out within 42 overs. England responded with 30-1 at tea, with Ben Duckett dismissed for three by Seales. The West Indies, with a top order featuring inexperienced players like Kirk McKenzie, Alick Athanaze, and Kavem Hodge, who collectively held only nine caps before this Test, struggled after losing the toss in overcast conditions. Earlier, Anderson was immediately put into action by England captain Ben Stokes after winning the toss and choosing to field. Despite a diligent new-ball spell of five overs for 11 runs, the 41-year-old could not dismiss West Indies captain Kraigg Brathwaite or opener Louis.