England won the Test series 2–1 with tremendous performance
On the fifth day, West Indies batsmen could not stand ahead of the England bowlers.
England registered an emphatic win by defeating the West Indies by 269 runs on the 5th day of the last match of the series played in Manchester. With this, England won the series 2–1 against the West Indies. Stuart Broad was also voted Player of the Match and Player of the Series for his all-round performance. Roston Chase was adjudged Player of the Series for the West Indies.
England scored 369 runs in their first innings, in response to which the Windies team was piled on for 197 runs. England declared their second innings at a score of 226–2 and gave the West Indies a target of 399 runs. However he was all out for 129 and lost the match.
On the fifth day, West Indies lost the score of 45 to Craig Brathwaite (19), playing ahead of the score 10-2. He was dismissed by Broad, with Stuart Broad taking his 500th wicket in Test cricket. Craig Brathwaite became the 500th victim of both James Anderson and Stuart Broad in Test cricket. After this, Shai Hope (31) and Shamrah Brooks (22) also failed to play big innings after getting the start and half of the Windies were dismissed by 79.
Roston Chase was also runout after scoring 7 runs, while captain Jason Holder was also able to score only 12 runs. In the meantime, rain was also seen several times, but the West Indies main batsman could not survive against England. Shane Dowrich (8) and Blackwood were playing well. However, Vokes completed 5 wickets in this innings, dismissing Daurich and Rahkim Cornwall (2) in the same over.
West Indies lost their last wicket as Blackwood (23) at a score of 129. Chris Woakes took the highest 5 wickets for England, while Stuart Broad got 4 wickets.
Earlier, when the West Indies won the first Test in Southampton, England made a tremendous comeback by winning the second Test in Manchester.