England's poor tour of the West Indies continued with a one-day loss that Andrew Strauss called "humiliating".
The England captain was out for just two runs as England were bowled out for just 117 runs.
That left the West Indies needing 118 to win, and their captain Chris Gayle wasted no time showing England just how simple batting can be.
He smashed 80 runs from 43 balls as the West Indies win by eight wickets to take a 2-1 lead in the series.
Only Dimitri Mascarenhas had any success with the bat for England, hitting 36 runs, but the rest of the team batted really badly.
Chris Gayle was in brilliant form for the West Indies
After the loss Strauss said: "It wasn't good enough, humiliating to be honest.
"There was some very poor batting early on and we paid the price.
"There are 11 guys in our dressing room who are feeling pretty down on themselves right now. It wasn't a contest, we didn't play well and there wasn't enough thought in the way we batted."
England now have just a day to recover before the next match on Sunday, and another defeat will mean they lose the series.