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West Indies captain Jason Holder and Kemar Roach took four wickets apiece to not only lead their side to a 10-wicket win in Antigua, but also hand them an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
Starting off the day on 272/6, the West Indies only added nine runs to their overnight score before Holder was caught behind off the bowling of James Anderson for 22.
Roach made six runs before being removed by Anderson, while Alzarri Joseph was sent packing by Ben Stokes after scoring seven runs.
The West Indies were eventually bowled out for 306, which gave them a 119-run lead, when Darren Bravo was stumped by Jonny Bairstow off the bowling Moeen Ali for 50, which came off 216 balls and included two boundaries and a six.
Moeen and Stuart Broad picked up three wickets apiece, while Stokes and Anderson chipped in with two wickets each.
Trailing y 119 runs, England lost opener Rory Burns early on as he was caught by John Campbell in the slip cordon off the bowling of Holder for 16.
Bairstow mustered 14 runs before he was clean bowled by Holder, while England skipper Joe Root was caught behind off the bowling of Joseph for seven.
Debutant Joe Denly was then cleaned up Joseph, while Stokes and Moeen were both clean bowled by Roach.
Roach continued to wreak havoc as he trapped Ben Foakes lbw for 13.
Holder then proceeded to take out Jos Buttler for 24, while Broad was given out lbw off the bowling of Roach for a duck.
England ended up being skittled out for 132, which set the West Indies a measly target of 14 to win, when Anderson was caught by Joseph at mid-on off the bowling of Holder for a duck.
Holder and Roach took four wickets apiece, while Joseph claimed two.
Chasing 14 to win, Campbell and Kraigg Brathwaite finished things off in 13 balls.
Campbell ended up making 11, which came off six balls and included a boundary and a six, while Brathwaite remained undefeated on five, which came off nine deliveries and included a boundary.
Roach was named Man of the Match for taking eight wickets in total.