Chris Jordan took four wickets for only six runs as England thrashed West Indies by 137 runs in St Kitts in the second T20 clash between the two teams.
After England had recovered from a poor start to post a total of 182-6 from their 20 overs, they then bowled their hosts out for just 45 - the second-lowest score in T20 internationals.
Jordan's figures were the best by an England bowler in T20s as West Indies were dismissed in 11.5 overs.
Earlier Sam Billings made 87 and Joe Root 55 as England recovered from 32-4 to post a respectable total.
The final T20 is scheduled to take place in St Kitts on Sunday. England are 8/13 to win the match while a consolation West Indies victory is available at 13/10.
All-rounder Jordan said afterwards: "I've been working hard at my game, trying to improve certain areas and I set my standards high. It clicked and came off here - I got on a roll and kept it going.
"After struggling early on, the way Root and Billings batted to get us into that position and go out there with some confidence as a bowling unit was brilliant. If not for them we wouldn't have been in a position to put in a performance like that."
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