That's it from us then. Join us again for the second ODI on 2nd March at same time, same venue. Until then, good bye and take care!
Dwayne Bravo is the Man of the Match - Thanks the Almighty first of all. Says the team showed a lot of character and a good fighting spirit and the last 15 overs won the game for them. Admits bowling at the death is difficult but the bowlers did well and he had confidence in his bowlers to defend this total. He wants to improve and they are looking forward for the second game on Sunday.
English captain, Stuart Broad - Says they were fantastic till 40 overs but conceded 100-odd in the last 7 overs. Admits they didn't react to the conditions and West Indies did well. He is delighted with Lumb's knock and says there are still lots of positives from this game. It hurts him that in the last few overs they didn't score many runs. Adds they need to learn quickly.
Sunil Narine was the pick of the bowlers as he grabbed two wickets for just 36 runs in his 10 overs. WEST INDIES LEAD THE 3-MATCH SERIES 1-0!
While chasing, England got off to a superb start. Their debutants shared a 96-run stand between them and it seemed as if England will chase down the total. They started throwing away their wickets and they suddenly got into trouble. And they failed to chase down the total eventually. West Indian bowlers did a great job to come back in this match and emerged victorious as Lumb's century went in vain.
After put in to bat first, West Indies lost four early wickets when the score didn't even reach fifty. Then there were two century stands. First with Simmons and Bravo and then Bravo and Sammy. The latter duo scored many runs towards the end and helped West Indies put a good total on the board.
If there is one reason why West Indies won and England didn't then it was with the batting at the death. West Indies scored lots of runs whereas the English batsmen found it tough to get the ball go past the fence.
Ravi Rampaul to Ravi Bopara
And West Indies defend their total! Shortish around off, Bopara pulls it through the mid-wicket region for a single. WEST INDIES WIN BY 15 RUNS!
Slower one on the pads, Bopara comes down the track to play that one but misses it completely. Another dot ball.
On the pads, Bopara flicks it towards deep square leg. This one doesn't go past the fence as well as the fielder shows superb work at the boundary rope. Two runs taken.
Shortish on middle, Bopara pulls it through the square leg region for a couple.
Ravi Rampaul to Tim Bresnan
This is smart bowling! Rampaul bowls a slower one on middle, Bresnan comes forward to play that one but misses it completely. The keeper throws the ball at the striker's end but misses his shy. The West Indian captain is asking his fielders not to attempt unnecessary throws. The batsmen pick up a quick bye.
On middle and leg, Bresnan goes after it but misses it completely.
22 runs needed off the final over. Can England script something here?
Dwayne Bravo to Ravi Bopara
Low full toss around off, Bresnan hits straight down the ground off the toe end of the bat over the bowler's head. The ball lands safely and the batsmen pick up a couple.
Dwayne Bravo to Tim Bresnan
Fuller length ball on middle, Bresnan drives through the mid on region for a single.
On middle and off, Bopara drives it through the mid on region for a single.
Fullish on off, Bopara heaves it towards wide long on. Simmons quickly reach towards the ball and does extremely well at the boundary rope. The batsmen pick up a couple.
Landed around off, Bresnan drives it to long on for a run.
Yorker outside off, Bresnan tries to play that one but gets beaten completely. Good collect from the keeper as well.