11.52pm Another terrific bowling display from West Indies means they take an unassailable lead in the T20 series. Badree started well with a one-run first over, and Afghanistan stayed behind the game thereon. Some of their shots were questionable, their decision-making substandard and their execution flawed. But that's the step-up in quality they're faced with. They'll keep improving. For now though, all they can do is move to game 3 and look for consolation.
Asghar Stanikzai: "The target wasn't big. This is a good experience for us, West Indies are world champions. They played very well, and won the series."
Carlos Brathwaite: "Feels good to get a series win, no matter who the opposition. Conditions were tough, batting 11 overs thinking you're going to bat 20. Executed our plans to perfection. We were always ready, no matter how much rain falls, always a chance at Warner park. Switched off just enough to relax. Ticked all boxes. That's a display of professionalism."
Kesrick Williams is the Man of the Match: "When you put in a lot of hard work, it'd good to see doing well for the team. the team bowled well, about putting balls in the areas. All you need to do is train hard, work hard. T20 is not a bowler's game, trust your game."
Afghanistan need a boundary here to stay alive
Kapil: "Shahzad missing from the top along with a couple of big hitters mean that Afg just don't get a good start."
Hamza. All out again?
If Afghanistan had played 6 fewer dot balls ...
Anyway, Taylor will finish
This is Afghanistan's lowest T20 total - 72