Team failed to adapt to conditions…says Captain Holder

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WEST INDIES captain Jason Holder has acknowledged that his team was not good enough during the T20 leg of the English series, which the team lost 3-0.

The series was completed on Sunday (Mar. 10) at Warner Park, where the West Indies were skittled out for a paltry 71 runs. That followed a crushing defeat by England in the second T20 on Friday that saw the team being bowled out for 45 runs, its lowest in this format of the game.
Holder explained that the team did not adjust to the wicket as their opponents did, noting that the English bowlers stuck to their lengths.The captain however stressed that he was not disheartened to be ‘rolled over” in two games.“Overall, I think the guys had a pretty good ODI leg of the series and there is a lot to build on.”

 

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