ENGLAND captain Alastair Cook was delighted with his team after they wrapped up the NatWest Series against the West Indies with a game to spare at The Oval.
Cook hit 112 to help seal an eight-wicket win in south London, securing the three-match series 2-0. England performed in all three disciplines to restrict the tourists to 238 for nine in their 50 overs and then knock off their target for the loss of just two batsmen.
Cook said: “It was a really good team performance in some tricky circumstances. Credit to the group for the way we’ve handled it.”