Player of the Match
Player of the Match

END OF OVER:
20 | 11 Runs 1 Wkt | WI: 160/7 (6 runs required, RR: 8.00)

  • Darren Sammy15 (6b)
  • Sunil Narine0 (0b)
  • Jade Dernbach4-1-38-1
  • Chris Jordan4-0-39-3

England win by 5 runs. What a finish. Darren Sammy manges a smile. West Indies take the series 2-1. Important moment for Jade Dernbach, too. Chris Jordan had a superb match, with bat, ball and in the field. Just a few balls in his last over gave West Indies a chance. But England held on. Excuse me, folks, while I put out the fire on my keyboard. I'll be back with you for the presentations shortly.

Darren Sammy "We didn't get across the line but it was a good game. I think the fans were entertained. We'd have had a chance if I hadn't got bat on that last ball. But today Dernbach was better than me. It was a great effort by the bowlers, the way we fought back in the last 10 overs was really good."

Man of the Match is Chris Jordan "It was a good chance I got today, just glad I could take it. I just wanted to get into the game, I did that with the bat. All I can do is when I put on an England shirt is do the best I can."

Eoin Morgan "Fantastic game, outstanding performance from Chris. The two Notts boys were brilliant, especially Michael. We were a bit stop-start but Chris at the end was brilliant. It was difficult to get yourself in. There are a lot of positives today. I thought the guys held their nerve really well."

That just about wrap things up from this series and tour. Both teams now head to Bangladesh, via London, and we'll see them there shortly. For now, though, from Andrew McGlashan it's goodbye.

19.6
0
Dernbach to Sammy, no run, that would have been a wide, too! But Sammy gets bat on it! Even wider outside off than the last delivery. The ball dribbles to short third-man and England have won.

Six off one to win now.

19.6
1w
Dernbach to Sammy, 1 wide, it's a wide! Would you believe it. Outside off, Sammy flashed. Buttler clapped. Then the umpire stretched is arms out. Tight call on first glance

Seven off one needed. Six for a tie. Wides an issue.

19.5
0
Dernbach to Sammy, no run, oh, what a time to send down a slower ball. It's full outside off, Sammy is early and can't reach it

Morgan tries to slow things down. Thanks Eoin, I need a breather. Seven needed off two balls.

Sammy asking about the height of that short ball. Told to get on with it.

19.4
6
Dernbach to Sammy, SIX runs, nailed it! Flat six. Sammy is pumped. Was another bouncer from Dernbach and he creamed it over deep square-leg
19.3
W
Dernbach to Sammy, 1 run, OUT, chaos! It's all going off. Where do I start?! It was a superb bounce, first up, from Dernbach which hits Sammy in the chest. He sets off for a run, Dernbach chases from cover then throws at the non-striker's stumps with no one there. They try to steal an overthrow, but the return comes in and Morgan is at the stumps this time.

LMP Simmons run out (Ali/Dernbach) 69 (80m 55b 7x4 2x6) SR: 125.45

Sammy on strike...14 off 4 needed. That's three hits for DJG. England hold a mini-conference.

19.2
1
Dernbach to Simmons, 1 run, full, outside leg, slower ball, slugs a single to deep midwicket
19.1
2
Dernbach to Simmons, 2 runs, over the off side! Short of a length, sliced over cover but long-off is able to get around

Final over. Dernbach. 17 needed. A tie is a Super Over. Why, in a bilateral series, I don't really understand. But anyway.

END OF OVER:
19 | 15 Runs 1 Wkt | WI: 149/6 (17 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 7.84, RRR: 17.00)

  • Darren Sammy8 (2b)
  • Lendl Simmons66 (53b)
  • Chris Jordan4-0-39-3
  • Ravi Bopara4-0-28-2

Punch of the gloves from the batsmen. This is on for West Indies.

18.6
4
Jordan to Sammy, FOUR runs, short on the hip, beats fine leg! The Barbados crowd are jumping. What noise. Sammy just helped this delivery away with a roll of the wrists, the placement was ideal

Another massive ball

18.6
1w
Jordan to Sammy, 1 wide, bouncer over leg stump, called wide! England can't believe that. Fair call from square leg umpire. Was over Sammy's head in his normal stance.

Massive ball now, so to speak

18.5
4
Jordan to Sammy, FOUR runs, first ball! Four to third man. Short of a length outside, gets over the top of the ball and back-cuts fine of short third man

So Sammy gets to the crease with eight balls left. He's already at the pitch. He almost ran in. Hold on to your hats, folks

18.4
W
Jordan to Ramdin, OUT, leg stump! Jordan, who else? Holds his nerve, it wasn't actually the yorker this time. A length delivery, perhaps held back a touch, Ramdin swings across the line and misses

D Ramdin b Jordan 33 (33m 21b 4x4 1x6) SR: 157.14

18.3
4
Jordan to Ramdin, FOUR runs, inside edge! It was almost the perfect yorker. Such are the margins. It took the edge and flew past the keeper
18.2
1
Jordan to Simmons, 1 run, low full toss, clubbed down the ground one bounce to long-on...good start to the over for Jordan
18.1
1
Jordan to Ramdin, 1 run, well bowled, straight yorker, drilled to long-on

Twelve balls. 32 runs. 3-0 or 2-1. Jordan to bowl, so Dernbach for the last by looks of things. Sammy looks desperate to be at the crease. If there ever case for a tactical 'retire' from a batsman in T20? They are still setting the field, by the way...three men from short third-man to point

END OF OVER:
18 | 8 Runs | WI: 134/5 (32 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 7.44, RRR: 16.00)

  • Denesh Ramdin28 (18b)
  • Lendl Simmons65 (52b)
  • Ravi Bopara4-0-28-2
  • Jade Dernbach3-1-27-1
17.6
1
Bopara to Ramdin, 1 run, keeping it back of a length, flogged down to long-on
17.5
1b
Bopara to Simmons, 1 bye, angled into the body, he misses out on the pull and it doesn't connect with anything
17.4
0
Bopara to Simmons, no run, slash and miss! Precious dot ball. Aiming to cut. Good take from Buttler
17.3
1
Bopara to Ramdin, 1 run, short again, leg side again, this time not off the middle as he finds long-on

Bopara asks the captain to move

17.2
4
Bopara to Ramdin, FOUR runs, finds the gap! Short delivery, pulled away and it just evades Morgan who ran around and dived from deep midwicket
17.1
1
Bopara to Simmons, 1 run, short of a length, cut in the air through point and Jordan does well to keep them to a single from deep cover although the running wasn't great

END OF OVER:
17 | 13 Runs | WI: 126/5 (40 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 7.41, RRR: 13.33)

  • Lendl Simmons64 (49b)
  • Denesh Ramdin22 (15b)
  • Jade Dernbach3-1-27-1
  • Chris Jordan3-0-24-2

40 needed off 18 balls

16.6
1
Dernbach to Simmons, 1 run, full outside off, driven to deep cover so he keeps the strike
16.5
6
Dernbach to Simmons, SIX runs, connects with this one, it's high over midwicket and drops into the first tier of seating. Picked the slower ball, and got the required distance
16.4
1
Dernbach to Ramdin, 1 run, swings a length ball to the leg side, another slower ball
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West Indies 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st0DR SmithJ Charles
2nd4MN SamuelsJ Charles
3rd24MN SamuelsLMP Simmons
4th38LMP SimmonsDJ Bravo
5th1LMP SimmonsAD Russell
6th73LMP SimmonsD Ramdin
7th13DJG SammyLMP Simmons
8th7DJG SammySP Narine