While England scored 92 runs in boundaries, West Indies were far more attacking, scoring 126 runs in fours and sixes.
This was England's fourth win over West Indies in World Cups and their sixth in global tournaments. They have lost only two matches to West Indies in major tournaments.
Graeme Swann and James Tredwell picked up seven wickets for 84 runs in 20 overs. Tim Bresnan and Chris Tremlett, on the other hand, did not pick up a single wicket and conceded 93 runs in 12 overs.
Andre Russell followed up his 4 for 49 with 49 off 46 balls. He missed out on becoming only the eighth player to score a fifty and pick up four wickets in a World Cup game.