The misery for the Englishmen continued in the ICC T20 World Cup when they were humiliated by the minnow, Netherlands, in their final game of the tournament.
The skipper of the Proteas, AB de Villiers, got back his form with an aggressive fifty while Hashim Amla supported his with a half century as they beat England.
A sizzling unbeaten ton from the English batsman, Alex Hales converted an impossible task into a great success while chasing a huge target set by Sri Lanka.
The Black Caps won an important encounter which went in their favour, without doing too much due to rain while England was at the receiving end.
The Englishmen defeated the Windies in the final Twenty20, complimented by a superb batting from Michael Lumb and an all round performance from Chris Jordan.
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.
Marlon Samuels demonstrated an all round performance in the opening T20 well assisted by Chris Gayle and Samuel Badree as the Windies defeated England easily.
The visiting Englishmen exhibited more discipline with their superb team work in the third ODI against West Indies who lost the game not before giving a fight.
The English bowlers crushed the solid looking batting of the West Indies who were bowled out cheaply and the visitors achieved the target easily in the end.
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.