West Indies captain Chris Gayle gave a brutal assessment of his side's 10-wicket defeat by England in revealing the tourists had "lost the plot".
"Obviously we're very disappointed in the manner in which we lost the game in three days," said Gayle.
"We only have ourselves to blame. It does make a lot of difference batting in these conditions.
"But we have to give credit to England. They played some good cricket and they held on to their chances."
Gayle, who scored 28 and nought in his two innings, has been criticised for arriving in England on Monday - just two days before the start of the Lord's Test - because of his Indian Premier League commitments.
It was a disaster for us
Windies captain Chris Gayle
As well as some woeful batting, the Windies dropped six catches in Wednesday's final session, including three off Fidel Edwards.
"That last session on the first day put us on the back foot, and we have ourselves to blame for that," added Gayle.
"Fidel Edwards bowled brilliantly and could easily have set the game up for us. But the chances were put down.
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