slapped to long off, and Holder swallows the winning catch! No repeat of his Trent Bridge 2016 heroics from Plunkett, but he was looking for a similar go-to stroke, an up-and-over wallop on a full length. But the skipper is back on the rope, and seals a thrilling comeback win!
7.34pm So, that's a wrap from Barbados. We're off to Grenada for a pivotal third ODI on Monday, with England a touch chastened after another rousing performance from West Indies' resurgent outfit. It's been a thrilling evening. Sheldon Cottrell, we salute you! Goodnight!
Jason Holder: "Really pleased, credit to Hetty, he set it up on a sticky wicket, and credit for the way we defended it, led by Sheldon Cottrell. When I came back I knew we needed a wicket, I got two in the over and had England under pressure. You need options in this day and age, Cottrell added variation, I love his energy, he's one for the future. And it's good to see the young players stepping up."
Shimron Hetmyer is Man of the Match "We just tried to pick up the slack and get a partnership going. I was thinking about opening up both sides of the ground, looking to pick up singles. I'm trying to learn some new things, trying not to be one-dimensional, open up both sides of the field, and execute from there."
Here's Morgan "A game is never won until right at the end. Two games into the series I felt we made a lot of improvements and we thought 290 was well without our capabilities. We made mistakes and it hurt us, and West Indies deserved to win."
"My first time facing Cottrell, hopefully we can face him a lot more and play him better. Collectively we need to chase a total like that in partnerships, but we failed to nail it down."
7.22pm Deepak Samson: "The English middle order is strong...no doubt...but to win matches the stability that Root brings to the table is vital. England need Joe to click on a reasonably regular basis to have a shot at the silverware in the summer..." Probably true, certainly on livelier decks. But it was a cracking game either way
Om Pashupati: "It's good to see some underdogs picking up right before the World Cup - first SL in SA and now WI. Hope they are not picking up a bit too early !"
7.16pm Joy unconfined for West Indies ... they looked down and out as England paced their chase well up until the final ten overs. But the loss of Ben Stokes to a rashly-timed review changed the nature of their innings. Their last six wickets tumbled for 35 in 7.5 overs, with Sheldon Cottrell starring with 5 for 46, his career-best figures.
Narayanan: "Now I understand why Stokes threw his pads."
Alok Ranjan: "It's 4:40 morning here in India and trust me I have not slept just because of this match Gee what a day it has been for cricket SA vs SL ,1st match PSL last ball six ,2nd match Hattrick in last over and now when chances were looking Not great for WI ...They are pretty on the brink of winning this..Long Live Cricket,Cheers" It's not a bad game, is it?
slower ball, chopped to point
mtham: "After indifferent performances on pitches that offer something for bowlers does this mean England are flat track bullies " Yes, no, maybe. They've been outplayed today
speared into the toes, can't get it away
looking for the yorker, clipped to the leg side
Subbu: "Wish Mo could mow a little further. Alas mo is not meant to mow. Not today" It's a Mo go zone
outside off, flogged to point. The end of a match-defining over, surely. It's all on Plunkett now ...
round his legs, and Cottrell has five! This is magnificent bowling, but an unlucky way to go ... clips the inside of the thigh pad, a la Keaton Jennings in the Tests, and deflects back into the leg stump! But there's no stopping Cottrell now. He ain't no Private Pile!
Deepak Samson: "The drill sergeant has done it !!" Sir, yes, sir!
full and straight, squared up on the crease and he's off the mark with a deflection to third man
Time for some long levers? Here's your man for the moment. It's Liam Plonk-it-into-the-stands
got him! Cottrell is winning this match single-handedly! Back of a length again, Rashid looks to nurdle, opens the face, but can't get the angle to beat the keeper. Out comes the salute for his career-best figures... and England are looking down the barrel now
Toby Briggs: "England do have depth atleast we haven't been out classed "
up on the toes, punched to point. A precious dot ...
back of a length, taking the pace off the ball, and Moeen's hoick lobs safely to no-man's land at midwicket
a fine finish to the over, as Rashid pokes limply outside off at a good length ball in the channel. Nevertheless, England made a dent in that over
good riposte! Climbing off the deck, past the edge
back to back boundaries! This was a pretty well directed yorker, but Rashid's wrists came to the party, turning it very fine behind square, where Bishoo dives despairingly and can't intercept!
brilliant strike from Rashid! Too wide from Brathwaite, Rashid opens the face and drills it square, past the flailing boundary rider
yorker, well bowled, Rashid wants the single as he kills the ball at his feet but Brathwaite responds quicker than Moeen
square leg and short cover in the circle
Sergiou Muaytha: "How much Mo can mow if Mo can mow." Just a mo ... I need to work that one out
sweet contact with a thump into the covers, but only the single to the cover sweeper
Eight an over is the rate. Which is not out of control ... here's Carlos Brathwaite. Remember his name?
tighter to the off stump, a lusty slap to deep cover, and they scamper back for the second
harsh wide! That looked to have pitched inside the tramlines, but was swinging away.
standing tall on the back foot, looking for two, but just the single, as Moeen is happy to be up the other end for the start of the next over
slower ball, Moeen misses out with a mighty mow across the line, but it slides past leg stump for the extra anyway