And that was a thoroughly deserved win for West Indies, they outplayed England in every department and while the scorecard shows they only won with 12 balls to spare, that doesn't reflect the manner of their victory.
England started well but fell apart, Benn and Sammy strangling the life out of the innings as the last nine wickets fell for 66 runs. West Indies also got off to a flier but kept going, and England gifted too many runs through extras and bad balls to give them any hope of pulling something out from the fire.
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Kieron Pollard strides out to try to win it ...
One big hit from victory and Bravo would love to be the man to do that.
Anderson back for a final burst ... much too late to make a difference though.
That's England's eighth wide ...