The tourists went down by seven wickets in the one-off T20 International at Trent Bridge on Sunday, to complete a wretched tour which saw them lose both the three-Test and three-match ODI series by 0-2 margins.
“We have just been dominated by the number-one team in the World in all formats of the game,” the Windies captain said.
“I think looking at the squad we have for the ODI and T20 match, we had a really, really strong team on paper.”
He added: “But you need to go out there and string together consistently good performances in the middle, and that’s what England have done throughout (this tour) and we haven’t.”
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