Will Jacks and Sam Curran were the standouts as England found form to beat West Indies by six wickets and draw level at 1-1 in their one-day international series.
Jacks struck 73, his second ODI half-century, to help the tourists to a winning total of 4-206 in the 33rd over in a match that was low-scoring compared with the series-opener in which 651 runs were scored.
England sent West Indies in at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium and bowled out the home team for 202 in 40 overs.
Shai Hope top-scored with 68 for the hosts after his match-winning 109 not out in the first match, which his side won by four wickets.
West Indies slumped to 4-23 after seven overs before Hope steadied the ship in a 129-run partnership with Sherfane Rutherford (63).
Hope reached his 25th ODI half century from 44 balls as he tried to give impetus to an innings which flagged in the middle stages.
Rutherford's maiden half-century came from 71 balls.
Jacks gave England a solid foundation, sharing a 50-run partnership with Phil Salt (21) for the fourth wicket, and reached his half-century from 43 balls.
Zac Crawley and Ben Duckett both fell for three before Harry Brook (43) and Jos Buttler (58no) took charge and carried England to victory with 17.1 overs to spare.
At 36, Buttler has now scored 5000 ODI runs, following West Indies captain Hope who reached the same milestone in the first match.
Hope amassed his 5000 runs in 114 innings, Buttler in 153.
"It was a must-win game today and we put in a brilliant performance," Buttler said.
"I've been searching for some form and it was great to spend some time in the middle. There's no substitute for that.
"Being not out at the end to get your side over the line is a great feeling."
West Indies began poorly when Alick Athanaze was out in the fourth over, caught by Buttler off a sharp delivery from Gus Livingstone.
Curran (3-33) then made a timely return to form, dismissing Keary Carty (0) and Brandon King (17) to leave the hosts teetering at 4-23.
The bowler's 0-98 in the first match was the most expensive ODI spell ever by an England quick.
"It was a tough day the other day but you've got to keep trying to move forward and bounce back," Curran said.
"We lost that game but bounced back and we're really pleased."
Australian Associated Press