England defeated the West Indies by eight wickets in the third and final match to sweep the T20 International series 3-0 on Sunday with 57 balls to spare.
West Indies were dismissed for just 71, just two days after being dismantled for 45, the second lowest-ever total in a T20 international before England cantered to victory with Jonny Bairstow making 37.
Fast bowler David Willey earlier claimed 4-7 as West Indies slumped to their third lowest total in the format.
Mark Wood took 3-9 and Adil Rashid 2-18 as England’s bowlers dominated.
Jonny Bairstow struck 37 from 31 balls as the tourists chased down their target in 10.3 overs.
Left-arm seamer Willey took the first four wickets of the match as West Indies capitulated once again.
West Indies’ innings was the fifth shortest completed innings in terms of balls bowled in T20 internationals.
England’s Caribbean tour has been largely competitive, with West Indies winning two of the three Tests and drawing the ODI series, but the T20s have been one-sided.