England win last ODI against West Indies

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:06 IST

England recorded a five-wicket win over West Indies in the seventh and final ODI, leveling the series at 2-2.

England win last ODI against West Indies
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England recorded a five-wicket win over West Indies in the seventh and final ODI, leveling the series at 2-2. Marcus Trescothick shined with a smashing 82 runs, hit off just 57 balls. Earlier Ramnaresh Sarwan hit a brilliant unbeaten 104, as West Indies made 261 for six from 50 overs. Opener Chris Gayle hit a stylish 41, but captain Brian Lara fell for only eight. In reply, Trescothick, who made a superb century in the fifth match of the series in St Lucia on Saturday, took the attack to West Indies, to tie the series.

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