Moin Ali scored second fastest ODI century in the history of England to win the West Indies by 124 runs on Sunday.
After the second game was washed out by the win last week, the third in a five-match series led to a turning point of 2-0.
Joe Root has made another major contribution to the total of 369-9 in the 50 overs with 84 and Ben Stokes (73).
He took part in the fourth wicket of 132 because Root became the highest scorer in all formats in the international England season.
After this, Ali played his century in 53 balls, the last of them was the eighth six. Only Jose Butler, which has been growing rapidly for England against 46 against Pakistan, against 2015.
Ali, for a long time, scored 102 runs, as West Indies’s labor bowlers scored 123 runs in the last 10 overs.
He told Sky Sports, “The land is not so big, so it’s good to play.” “I could try it as much as I could.”
Opener Chris Gayle led the reaction, at the same time Ali lost with the help of three consecutive sixes, but he did not get much support.
Ali also took the last catch, as the innings ended in 245 for 405, Liam Plunkett finished it with 5-52.