Why, Douglas Jardine must have been salivating in his grave.
How come England did not unleash him earlier in the series, one that has already been lost in dispiriting manner?
England will now likely declare on day four and attempt to bowl out West Indies to earn a consolation victory.
Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes are unbeaten on half-centuries with England wearing down the West Indies to be a healthy 4-231 at stumps on the first day of their third cricket Test.More news: Rohani Blasts U.S. 'Conspiracy' As Iran Marks 40th Anniversary Of Revolution
Campbell's wicket was particularly important because he was threatening to compile a big score quickly, scoring the lion's share of runs in an opening partnership of 57.
Anderson eventually played a part in the first wicket, though as the fielder, flying around from cow corner after Brathwaite (12) had launched Moeen into the air.
Wood also captured two wickets in successive balls.
Wood soon pocketed the wickets of Shai Hope and Roston Chase with consecutive balls during the 22nd over to mark his return to the worldwide stage with a double-wicket maiden in his first over. Next ball the pair combined again - Burns this time taking an even better catch - when Roston Chase pushed feebly at a delivery too hot to handle.
Wood registered around 150 kph on the speed gun as he wrapped up his first test five-wicket haul.More news: Raptors' Fred VanVleet to miss at least 3 weeks with thumb injury
His move is subject to a "no objection certificate" being issued by cricket west indies, and will see the fast bowler play in England for the first time before this summer's world Cup.
He is not quite blessed with a physique as robust as his bowling, and several times he slipped and fell over yesterday when delivering the ball, as if he was bowling much faster than his legs could carry him.
It was not a one-man show, though, at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium.
Moeen took 4-36, while Stuart Broad chipped in with a wicket, as well as a magnificent one-handed catch at long-off. Kemar Roach has really started to mature as a bowler and Shannon Gabriel has the X-factor for us.
Root's side dominated the third day, having resumed on 19-0, but there were further failures for openers Rory Burns and Keaton Jennings.More news: Missouri prison nurse fatally poisons husband to marry (life) inmate lover
Root scored 111 not out to give England a lead of 448 but the 28-year-old's heroics were perhaps overshadowed by an incident involving West Indies paceman Gabriel.