The brilliant Alex Hales blew away the bowling attack of West Indies with his sheer power and Ravi Bopara supported him well as England clinched the only T20.
Alastair Cook bounced back in the series by smashing a ton, led his team to an easy victory vs. West Indies in the 2nd ODI and sealed the series for England.
Ian Bell hammered a ton after nearly five years and led England to a comfortable victory in the first ODI vs. West Indies at Southampton.
Tino Best created a world record by thrashing 95 runs while batting at no.11 and Denesh Ramdin banged a century as the duo frustrated England in the third Test.
The grand form of Marlon Samuels in the series continued since he smashed 76 runs and Denesh Ramdin stabilized the West Indies by scoring unbeaten 60.
England humiliated West Indies while beating them in the second Test at Trent Bridge by nine wickets and clinched the three match series 2-0.
Stuart Broad grabbed 11 wickets, followed by 132 runs partnership between Alastair Cook and Ian bell led England to an easy win by 5 wickets vs. West Indies.