Cape Town - Eoin Morgan thought his England side
put in a display that was 'close to perfect' as they bowled the West
Indies out for just 71 and completed a 3-0 T20 series win in St
Just two days after the hosts collapsed to 45 all out, England ripped
through their batting order again in just 13 overs to claim an easy
eight-wicket win in the final match of the series.
The England bowlers put on a superb display to leave Jonny Bairstow
to hit 37 from 31 balls to chase down the West Indies total in 10.3
"The guys played close to perfect, it's a big win," Morgan said.
"I don't think you can fault us for many things. Guys have stuck
their hands up on numerous occasions and it's really exciting to see."
And David Willey, who took 4-7 in St Kitts, was hoping for a five-for but was happy with his return.
"They are the kind of days you dream about in T20 cricket," said
Willey. "Very often it's a batter's game so to be a bowler and get some
wickets, then to win in the fashion we did is brilliant.
"I'd like to think I was on for the five-for but if someone had
offered me four for seven when I woke up this morning I'd have bitten
their hand off. I'm happy with that."
"Touring is difficult when you're not playing and when
you do get your opportunity there is a bit more pressure on for you to
step up and contribute," added Willey.
"I always feel I play my best cricket when I'm playing regularly so
it can present a challenge to hit your straps when you're not playing
regularly. So to come out and play as I have gives me a lot of
As well as Willey impressing, Mark Wood took 3-9 and Adil Rashid 2-18 as the England bowlers dominated.