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Summary

  1. England collapse from 64-1 to 155 all out
  2. Hales 43 (17), Buttler 30, Bairstow 27
  3. Brathwaite 3-20, Williams 3-35, Narine 2-15
  4. WI 176-9: Lewis 51 (28), Gayle 40 (21)
  5. Rashid 3-25, Plunkett 3-27
  6. Five-match ODI series starts on Tuesday

Live Reporting

By Matthew Henry and Kal Sajad

All times stated are UK

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Goodnight...

So there we are, West Indies win the one and only T20 against England, and therefore the series.

It's been a long evening - thank you for joining us. We will back for the first ODI between the two sides at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

I will leave you with this clip of the winning moment. Goodnight.

'It's a total team effort'

Man of the match Sunil Narine, who took 2-15 for West Indies: "It was good to come out and put in a good performance. It was tough conditions - very difficult with the wet ball in cold conditions.

"It's a total team effort and well played guys. We were probably 15 runs short so I must give credit to the bowlers."

'Guys haven't played T20 cricket in a while'

England captain Eoin Morgan on West Indies' rapid start with the bat: "We didn't execute as well as we would have liked. Guys haven't played T20 cricket in a while and there's the challenge of bowling to two very good players."

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Anthony: What do you expect when you leave your best players out?

'My form is a bit of a conundrum'

England captain Eoin Morgan on Sky Sports: "We didn't bowl that well early on, but we certainly didn't lose the game because of that. We were happy chasing that. Losing the game was losing three wickets in that period. We continued to lose wickets, and that's the area we need to look at.

"My form is always a concern - it's always a bit of a conundrum. But it's something I'm becoming more relaxed about as I get older."

Chris Gayle scored 40 from 21 balls. Not bad for someone who played second fiddle.

'Gayle had to play second fiddle'

More from Carlos Brathwaite: "Evin Lewis has has been striking it cleanly, there were even times when Chris Gayle had to play second fiddle. Evin didn't get off to the best start but then took over when Chris left.

"I am now heading off to Manchester to support the Red Devils against Everton tomorrow."

Charles Dagnall

BBC Test Match Special

West Indies have proved today why they are so good in this format of cricket.

'Umpires were close to calling it off'

West Indies captain Carlos Brathwaite on Sky Sports: "This was probably the more challenging of our recent wins. Conditions were soft and slippery, the umpires were close to calling it off actually.

"It was so bad and I asked the guys if they want to trudge on or call it a day. The umpires were in agreement with us but then we thought we will give it a go and see if there are any slips, and there wasn't."

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Mark Savile: Stokes & Ali sorely missed but well bowled WI.

Ebony Rainford-Brent

Ex-England batter on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

They bring the big names in and they delivered. Gayle smashed a quick 40. Evin Lewis is another exciting batter. And well done to their bowlers. Brathwaite changed the game with the wicket of Hales. This five-match ODI series could be interesting.

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So Stokes rested for 4hrs work when the Ashes are 2 months away... pathetic really.

Stuart, Southport

James Taylor

Ex-England batsman on Test Match Special

Brathwaite chopped and changed his bowlers really well. Their skills were far superior to England. They won the big moments.

Carlos Brathwaite
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WICKET - WI win by 21 runs

Plunkett b Brathwaite 19 (Eng 155 all out)

Bowled him! The leg stump is out of the ground! West Indies have won by 21 runs. It's been cold, wet and miserable for them at times but they have stuck at it.

Eng 155-9

England need 22 off four balls

Pulled to the deep. Two more to the total. 22 from four balls needed. Plunkett on strike.

Eng 153-9

England need 23 off five balls

Plunkett on strike. They squeeze two runs on the leg side. 24 from five needed.

Ebony Rainford-Brent

Ex-England batter on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

It's going to need a miracle.

Eng 151-9

Superb bowling. Williams finishes with 3-35 from his four.

England need 26 from 6 balls. They need something special. Something we will be talking about for decades to come.

James Taylor

Ex-England batsman on Test Match Special

The bowlers have mixed up their changes of pace beautifully.

Ebony Rainford-Brent

Ex-England batter on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

Jordan had to go for the shot - he just couldn't quite get the distance. That was a good catch because he wasn't in position.

WICKET

Jordan c Brathwaite b Williams 3 (Eng 148-9)

All but over? It's full from Williams, who has bowled very well, and it's flicked high up to Brathwaite in the deep.

Charles Dagnall

BBC Test Match Special

This is arguably the longest T20 game I've been involved in. This has been going almost three hours 45 minutes.

Eng 146-8

England need 29 off 11 balls

Kesrick Williams to Chris Jordan. And it's very wide outside off. One more off the total. That will do nicely for England.

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Paul Roberts: Playing on Ben Stokes' home ground without Ben Stokes vs the world champs! Clever people them ECB chaps...

Eng 144-8

England need 32 from 12 balls

Does England's lower order have anything in the tank?

Maybe! As Plunkett gets down on one knee and smashes it straight down the ground for four. Then another boundary, as Jerome Taylor offers some width and the England man swats it through mid-wicket for four more. Taylor with a smart yorker to end the over.

Liam Plunkett
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Ruairi Ward: West Indies showing that not only can they win the World Cup, they can also do it on a cold, wet night in Durham...

Eng 132-8

Target 177

Chris Jordan joins Liam Plunkett in the middle. So, with Bairstow gone, have England's hopes also disappeared? They need 45 from three overs.

Charles Dagnall

BBC Test Match Special

Brathwaite punches the air. England are teetering on the brink of defeat.

West Indies celebrate dismissing Jonny Bairstow
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Ebony Rainford-Brent

Ex-England batter on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

Bairstow was moving around the crease - he was trying to play too many shots.

Jonny Bairstow
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WICKET

Bairstow c sub (Mohammed) b Brathwaite 27 (Eng 129-8)

West Indies have their man as Jonny Bairstow heads back to the changing room. A short, slower ball and the England batsman flicks it high in the air and straight down the throat of the substitute fielder at deep backward square-leg.

Eng 127-7

Narine, by the way, finished with figures of 4-0-15-2. Well played.

Liam Plunkett, who starred with the ball, is the new batsman in.

James Taylor

Ex-England batsman on Test Match Special

Narine spun it away from the left-handed David Willey. All in all it was a very hard shot he took on, let alone off his second delivery.

WICKET

Willey st. Walton b Narine 1 (Eng 127-7)

David Willey falls cheaply. He comes charging down the wicket, takes a big golf swing and misses it by miles. Easy stumping.

Sunil Narine celebrates dismissing David Willey
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James Taylor

Ex-England batsman on Test Match Special

He's mixed up his pace superbly. Another big wicket for West Indies and they are well and truly on top.

WICKET

Rashid c Walton b Williams 1 (Eng 124-6)

Two in the over for Williams. It's short, straight and Rashid gets into a bit of a tangle. I think he was trying the ramp shot but instead he gloves it through to Walton. Clever bowling.

West Indies Kesrick Williams celebrates after taking the wicket of England's Adil Rashid
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Eng 124-5

Target 177

In comes Adil Rashid. I said earlier that he has batted at number 11 for England before, but that is doing him a disservice, he is very capable with the bat.

It will be Bairstow who takes strike as the batsmen had crossed. He flicks one past backward square for two runs. Again, he's so rapid between the wickets.

Rashid works one off the hips to get off the mark with a single.

Direct hit and Bairstow would have been long gone! Running through for a quick single to keep the strike, the Yorkshire-man would have been well out.

Jonny Bairstow
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Ebony Rainford-Brent

Ex-England batter on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

It got bigger on Buttler than he thought.

Rovman Powell
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WICKET

Buttler c R Powell b Williams 30 (Eng 118-5)

Are the Windies back in this? Buttler hoists Williams towards deep mid-wicket... but he doesn't get enough on it and Rovman Powell makes no mistake on the fence.

Sat in my kitchen, within sight of the ground, regretting leaving buying a ticket to the last minute.

Neil, Chester le Street

Eng 118-4

England need 59 from 36 balls

Buttler gets away with one. He gets down on one knee, looking to sweep, the ball finds the the top edge but falls safely.

We have been slating the West Indies fielding but, to be fair to them, there's a lot of moisture out there as they struggle to hold on in the field.

Six! A great shot. There's nothing the fielders can do about that one as Bairstow makes some space and hoicks it over long-on.

50 partnership is up.