This is the first time that England has beaten West Indies in a T20 World Cup match in six matches.
ODI world cup champions England defeated defending T20 world cup champions West Indies backed by a clinical performance with the ball. (Image: AP)
English bowlers led by Adil Rashid wreaked havoc with the ball as England bundled out West Indies for just 55, the latter’s second-lowest T20I score. (Image: AP)
England's Moeen Ali, right, celebrates after taking the wicket of West Indies' Lendl Simmons caught by England's Liam Livingstone. (Image: AP)
West Indies Andre Russell is clean bowled by England's Adil Rashid. (Image: AP)
England too had a bad start with the bat as their top order batters, Jason Roy (11), Jonny Bairstow (9), Moeen Ali (3), and Liam Livingstone (1), stumbled. (Image: AP)
However, Jos Buttler (24) and skipper Eoin Morgan (7) kept their cool and helped England overhaul the target in just 8.2 overs with six wickets to spare. (Image: AP)
England's captain Eoin Morgan and teammate England's Jos Buttler hug after they defeated West Indies. (Image: AP)