England’s miserable white-ball winter concluded with a loss against the West Indies in the T20 series decider at the Brian Lara Stadium in Tarouba. The game saw England managing only 132 all out in 19.3 overs after previously scoring 267 runs. The Windies’ Gudakesh Motie ended things with a 3-24 victory. Motie, alongside Akeal Hosein, were key to keep England to a low score, but a late push did not change the result. Shai Hope scored an unbeaten 43 off 43 balls to secure a 3-2 series win. England fought back from 2-0 down but fell short. The West Indies demonstrated a more controlled performance in the game. England’s Phil Salt showed sparks of brilliance but was eventually dismissed by Motie, showcasing the West Indies’ bowling tactics. So, ultimately, England was unsuccessful at overhauling the Windies in the match and the T20 series.