Evin Lewis (r) scored 176    IANS
Evin Lewis (r) scored 176 Getty Images

England beat West Indies in the 4th ODI by 6 runs (DLS), sealing the five-ODI series 3-0. Evin Lewis was awarded Man of the Match for his stunning 176. However, Jason Roy helped England take momentum in the chase, followed by thrilling batsmanship displayed by Moeen Ali and Jos Buttler.

Let us have a look at the top highlights.

Luck eludes Lewis: 22 balls were left in the innings, and Evin Lewis was 24 runs away from becoming the second West Indian and the sixth overall to score a double-century in men s ODIs. Jason Holder and Lewis were going bonkers in the death overs, leaving England clueless. What length to hurl?

Jake Ball went for the yorker, accepted as the safest length at that moment if the man on strike is anyone other than AB de Villiers. Lewis, in order to protect his defence, managed to get an inside-edge. He survived, but the ball hit his ankle. He fell down. The pain was unbearable. The look on his face expressed the agony he was in. He was soon taken on the stretcher to nurse his leg, retired hurt on 176.

English bowlers reduced to rubble: Chris Woakes reduced West Indies to 33 for 3, taking all the wickets. However, such was Lewis force that Woakes ended the innings with figures of 3 for 71. None of the bowlers could contain the onslaught, conceding over 6.6.

Jason gets hold of the situation: Captain Jason Holder, along with Lewis, added 168 runs for the fifth wicket. It was this partnership that propelled West Indies to a colossal 356 for 5. Holder was dismissed off the last ball of the innings for 77 off 62.

Jason has joy on batting track: Jason Roy may not have been as fierce as Lewis, but his 84 gave England the much need impetus to chase down a big score. His spectacular knock included 11 fours and 2 sixes.

High 5 for Alzarri: England s all 5 wickets were taken by Alzarri Joseph, but he ended up conceding far too many runs. That, however, was not his fault, that the bowling unit did not perform as a cohesive unit.

Moeen, Buttler end proceedings before rain abandons play: Moeen Ali blasted 48 off 25, while Buttler smashed 43 off 35. Their 77-run stand off 48 balls kept ahead in the DLS par score.