Fidel Edwards secured a spot on the ODI Honours Boards, when he took 5-45 for West Indies during their defeat to England in 2007.
After winning the toss and elected to field first, West Indies required Edwards and the remaining bowling attack to cause the hosts some issues with the bat.
Edwards claimed the wicket of Sir Alastair Cook to get the ball rolling with England 47-1.
He would go on to dismiss Paul Collingwood, Dimtri Mascarenhas, Liam Plunkett and Stuart Broad to help West Indies restrict England's score to just 225 all out.
Despite Edwards' best efforts, West Indies would go on to lose the match by 79 runs at the Home of Cricket.