The misery for the Englishmen continued in the ICC T20 World Cup when they were humiliated by the minnow, Netherlands, in their final game of the tournament.
The Englishmen defeated the Windies in the final Twenty20, complimented by a superb batting from Michael Lumb and an all round performance from Chris Jordan.
Marlon Samuels demonstrated an all round performance in the opening T20 well assisted by Chris Gayle and Samuel Badree as the Windies defeated England easily.
The English bowlers crushed the solid looking batting of the West Indies who were bowled out cheaply and the visitors achieved the target easily in the end.
The Kangaroos continued their dominance against the visiting Englishmen who once again were unable to impress even in the shortest version of the game.
The Kangaroos continued with their demolition project against the Englishmen and grabbed the ODI series after the Ashes with a brilliant team work at Sydney.
A match winning fourth wicket association between Shane Watson and his captain, Michael Clarke, led their team to a comfortable win against the hosts England.
The English skipper, Eoin Morgan, led his side from the front and powered a ton followed by the one from Ravi Bopara as England surpassed the Irish target easily.
A sparkling maiden T20 century from the spicy Australian opener, Aaron Finch, murdered the hosts England as the visitors clinched the game comfortably.
Brendon McCullum led the Black Caps from the front and Hamish Rutherford assisted him well as the visitors won the first Twenty20 against England in London.