The Caribbeans marched towards the semi final spot with a superb team work whereas the Green Shirts surrendered an important game without exhibiting any fight.
Darren Sammy led his troops from the front with his astonishing unbeaten knock whereas Chris Gayle assisted him well as the Caribbeans toppled the Kangaroos.
Krishmar Santokie penetrated through the batting of the Englishmen and the skipper Darren Sammy punched with a hurried knock and won the game for the Windies.
Dwayne Bravo led his side from the front with an all round performance and defeated England by a narrow margin besides a superb ton from Michael Lumb on debut.
A brilliant innings from the West Indian all rounder, Darren Sammy, brought his team an astonishing win against the Black Caps in a low scoring encounter.
The Black Caps Bulldozed the Windies in the third Test after another depleted batting performance by the visitors who lost the encounter with a big margin.
The star middle order batsman of New Zealand, Ross Taylor, continued with his blistering form and plundered another ton in the second Test against West Indies.
New Zealand was deprived of a possible victory against the visiting West Indies as continuous rain finished the game in a draw just before the tea interval.
Ross Taylor and his skipper, Brendon McCullum, blasted tons in the first innings of the 1st Test and put their side on top against the visiting West Indies.
West Indies bounced back in the limited over game with their strong batting display, well led by Darren Sammy and won the 2nd ODI vs. India at Visakhapatnam.