The West Indies have coasted to victory by ten wickets on day five of the second cricket Test against New Zealand in Trinidad.
Set a meagre target of just 93 runs, the Windies opener Chris Gayle won the game for the home side in flamboyant fashion bludgeoning 80 runs off just 46 deliveries.
Earlier on day five, New Zealand resumed their second innings on 257 for 8 to finish 331 all out.
Tail ender Mark Craig knotched his maiden half century to top-score with 67, while keeper BJ Watling was 66 not out.
The series is now locked up at one-game-all with the third and final Test starting on Friday in Barbados.