‘The boys are disappointed and gutted. They got more runs than we wanted and we lost too many wickets this afternoon,’ Trescothick said.
‘I think the boys are fairly honest about what they have done. In the critical moments in the game we haven’t got it right, We can only put our hands admit that and be better.
‘Today has not been right but a lot of what we have done has been good for the team and some great performances. Let’s not judge it just on today. We had two great Test matches.
‘I’ll speak with the batters individually, how the tour has gone from them. We will address things, and try to be better. We had two good Test matches. Don’t judge the whole series on one day.’
Ben Foakes was run out in the evening session as West Indies closed in on victory and Vaughan added: ‘I don’t think there was any dismissal today that couldn’t have been avoided. There wasn’t one jaffa.
‘It is just the pressure. The England side can’t seem to mentally be able to cope with the pressure.’
England batting coach Marcus Trescothick, meanwhile, said the team were ‘disappointed and gutted’ after the day’s play but insisted there had still been positives to take from the tour.
‘Kyle Mayers was fantastic – he was just getting enough of the surface. It was line and length – that was just it.
‘The resistance in this England team in non-existent. There’s no fight, no togetherness – there’s no spirit in this England team.
‘You don’t gift the opposition an easy win. We saw it in Australia and we saw it again today.metasports