Jofra Archer has been described as triple threat after helping England brush aside West Indies.

Chris Gayle and company were bowled out for 212 in the World Cup contest at the Hampshire Bowl.

England got home by eight wickets from just 33.1 overs as stand-in opener Joe Root scored 100 not out from 94 balls.

Archer was economical throughout and ended up with 3-30 from nine overs after helping blast out the tail.

Skipper Eoin Morgan said: "The addition of Jofra covers all three areas, from opening the bowling to coming on in the middle and also death bowling too.

"To have that at your disposal gives you a lot of options as a captain.

"It allows you to hold overs back, and if you take a wicket you can use him then."

Morgan stood for his post-match press conference, so uncomfortable was the suspected back spasm that ruled him out of most of the match.

Opening batsman Jason Roy also hobbled out of the action with a hamstring complaint, leaving England facing a nervous wait over fitness updates on two key performers.

Asked about his own injury issue, Morgan said: "It's sore. I've had back spasms before and usually it only takes a few days to settle down.

"It's unclear at the moment, but we'll know more in the next 24 hours.”