England managed to survive a scare on the fifth day of the first Test against the West Indies before Alastair Cook and Ian Bell steadied the nerves to help the hosts home.
Starting the day still requiring a further 181 runs to win, England lost two early wickets as both Kevin Pietersen and Jonathan Trott both fell before lunch.
Fortunately for England Cook and Bell came together to put on a partnership of 132 before the Essex batsmen eventually fell for 79 with the hosts requiring just two more runs to win.
Bell eventually saw England home with an unbeaten 63 as England opened up the series with a nervy win.
It had looked as though West Indies were in with a chance of a shock after Trott was caught by Darren Sammy off the bowling of Kemar Roach.
Pieterson was then caught-behind off the bowling of Shannon Gabriel and England's batsman were suddenly looking nervous as they tried to chase down the target of 191.
However, Cook and Bell were both in superb touch as they scored at an impressive rate to always leave West Indies with just a slim chance of earning a shock victory.
The 100 partnership between the pair came up in just 148 balls before Cook eventually fell to Kirk Edwards, but it was then left to Bell to hit the winning runs of the bowling of Marlon Samuels.