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After winning the fourth game of the Twenty20 series by 75 runs on Tuesday, world champion England advanced to play the West Indies in the series decider.

With a brilliant start alongside captain Jos Buttler, opener Phil Salt scored his second century in a row to lead England to their highest T20 score of 267-3.
The West Indies maintained the necessary run rate but were all out for 192 in the 16th over as they continued to lose wickets.

A tremendous victory, Buttler remarked. “You don’t participate in those games very often. It brought back memories of the Hong Kong Sixes. It’s great to be 2-2 heading into the final tour game.
At the same Brian Lara Stadium on Thursday is the fifth and final game.

In 9.5 overs, Buttler and Salt scored 117 runs. Buttler scored a 29-ball 55 after being caught on the boundary.

After hitting 61, Salt picked up even more speed, hitting a 48-ball hundred to become the first Englishman to score two centuries in T20 cricket.

He was bowled by Andre Russell yorker and out for 119, the highest score by an Englishman in a Twenty20 match. Ten sixes and seven boundaries could be found in Salt’s second ton in three days.

However, England continued to hammer the West Indies bowlers, as Will Jacks scored 24 off just nine deliveries and Liam Livingstone struck an undefeated 54 off just 21 deliveries, including four boundaries and sixes.
The fifth-highest score in men’s T20 history was their 267-3.

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