India vs Windies 2018: Our Batting Continues to Let Us Down - Carlos Brathwaite
Carlos Brathwaite (Credits - Twitter)

Last Update on: November 6th, 2018 at 11:47 pm

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Yet another bad day at the office for Windies tonight. They were outplayed in every department of the game to go home without a single trophy on their tour. Meanwhile, the Windies skipper Carlos Brathwaite showers words of praise on Rohit Sharma and hailed the clinical show by India.

The day completely belongs to Rohit Sharma, who knocked a scintillating hundred to become the only cricketer to score four T20I centuries. Meanwhile, coming to the bowling section, apart from Krunal Pandya, remaining four bowlers bagged a couple of wickets each.

We need to take the positives – Carlos Brathwaite

Speaking of the game, Carlos Brathwaite quoted that it was always a daunting task for the team to chase a big tally on the board. However, the young captain wants to look at the positives in the game to come good in the third T20I.

Carlos Brathwaite, India vs Windies 2018
Rohit Sharma knocked a brilliant century. (Credits – Twitter)

Further, he spoke on the batting department and the lack of experience in the side. Nonetheless, Brathwaite feels it is the right time to figure out their batting lineup and the opening batting pair.

”We fielded well in the last game but today we didn’t. It was always going to be an uphill task to chase such a total. This is hard to digest but we need to take the positives before we play the final game. They batted well without losing a wicket in the initial overs. Our batting continues to let us down,” Carlos Brathwaite said in the post-match presentation.

Carlos Brathwaite (Credits – Twitter)

”We got young group guys so we need to appreciate the positives. We are still trying to find the right opening combination. It’s difficult to choose the perfect batting pair but we’re trying. We need to make the best decisions we think. Hopefully, in the third game we’ll put up a better performance,” he added.

However, Windies need to go back to their drawing rooms in order to find out the missing links in their side for the victory. Meanwhile, they will prepare for one last game on their tour to India.

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