West Indies has won the ODI series against Afghanistan. This was West Indies’ first ODI series victory after five years. They last won the ODI series against Bangladesh in 2014. Dwayne Bravo wishes the team and also spoke about some past grudges.
Kieron Pollard is currently heading the ODI team against Afghanistan. In the first ODI, West Indies won the match by seven wickets. In the second ODI, Roston Chase and Hayden Walsh halted Afghanistan player in chasing run. West Indies won the match by 47 runs. Both the teams are playing the third ODI. If the West Indies won this last ODI then it will be a clean sweep series victory for the team.
Former West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo congratulated the team for registering the series victory. He opined that the team is now in safe hand and he will surely make a comeback in the team.
“Congratulations to the team. It has been five years since we have not won an ODI series and the boys have now done this. I am a former West Indies cricketer but I may soon come out of international retirement. Let me tell you all that you can’t think that West Indies cricket is now back to where we want it to be. What we have here are the right people in the right places and we are pointing in the right direction,” the former all-rounder Dwayne Bravo said as quoted by Trinidad Guardian.
West Indies cricket has suffered at the hands of vindictive people – Dwayne Bravo
West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has got the new president Ricky Skerritt. The controversial tenure of Dave Cameron ended after the likes of Ricky Skerritt increased in the election.
“West Indies cricket has suffered at the hands of vindictive people who were bent on keeping certain people away from the team, ending many careers,” Bravo added.
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