England won the final Twenty20 match against Sri Lanka in an attractive way with an 89-run victory, which made the hosts 3-0 successful in Southampton on Saturday.
He won 181 to win after English starters put together a century stand, Sri Lanka collapsed and lost wickets at regular intervals, while fast bowler David Willey finished 3-27, while five others took at least one wicket.
Earlier, England completed their innings at 180-6 after batsmen David Malan (76) and Jonny Bairstow (51) built a stand with 105 runs. Malan came on as a substitute for Jos Buttler who was ruled out with a torn calf muscle.
The pair smashed five boundaries each, while Malan also cleared the rope four times, with Isuru Udana and Wanindu Hasaranga getting the heaviest blows and conceding 55 and 42 runs respectively.
Seam bowler Dushmantha Chameera was the only Lankan bowler to be able to walk back to the pavilion with his head held high after ending his career 4-17, dismissing Malan and clearing the middle order.
The two teams move on to a one-day international series of three matches starting on Tuesday in Chester-le-Street.