It was an explosive finish to the five-match Twenty20 International series, which saw the West Indies defeat England by 17 runs in the fifth and final game at Kensington Oval on Sunday to win the five-match series 3-2.
During Sunday’s game, Jason Holder cemented the West Indies victory and crushed England’s aspirations of a winning victory by taking four wickets in the final four balls. In doing so, it is said that the Bajan Cricket sensation became the fourth bowler in international T20 history to take four wickets in as many balls.
Scores: West Indies 179 for four off 20 overs (Kieron Pollard 41 not out, Rovman Powell 35 not out, Brandon King 34, Kyle Mayers 31; Liam Livingstone 2-17, Adil Rashid 2-17). England 162 off 19.5 overs (James Vince 55, Sam Billings 41; Jason Holder 5-27, Akeal Hosein 4-30).