Brandon King's 91 not out and Keacy Carty's 43 not out, respectively, in an unbeaten 118-run sixth-wicket stand, rescued West Indies from 99 for 5 and guided them to a series triumph against Netherlands in Amstelveen. With five wickets in hand, King followed up his unbroken 51-ball 58* in the first ODI with another half-century, and he found superb company in Carty as the duo chased down a target of 215 with five wickets in hand.
After Akeal Hosein's career-best 4 for 39 helped the Netherlands fall to 10 for 113, the West Indies would have hoped for a much easier chase.
Fast bowlers Logan van Beek and Bas de Leede, on the other hand, fashioned their own collapse to threaten an upset in the second ODI.
However, King and Carty did an excellent job of reviving the chase. While King was more daring with his shots, Carty, who was playing his second ODI, took his time settling in before opening up his shoulders as the visitors strolled to victory with 27 balls to spare.