India tour of West Indies was the most remarkable win for India as India won all the series across the formats. India won T20I series by 3-0, ODI series by 2-0 and Test Series by 2-0 against West Indies. On part of West Indies, it was their poor performance on the field. The bowling unit was giving their best but the batting unit was giving disappointing performance again and again. The Windies captain Jason Holder was disheartened with his team performance.
With the contributions of Hanuma Vihari and Ajinkya Rahane in the second innings, India gave Windies a huge target of 468 runs. Jason Holder and the team was able to make 210 runs in the fourth innings.
On Monday, West Indies were batting well before losing the wicket of Roston Chase. Shamarh Brooks scored a half Century but soon after he was run out by Virat Kohli‘s throw. Then there was the fall of wickets of Windies by Ravindra Jadeja, Ishant Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah‘s ball.
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Holder after the match talked about the team’s performance. For batters, he said that they need to work on themselves and take the ownership of their performances. Bowlers have worked hard.
“Obviously disappointed, we didn’t play a complete game of cricket in both the games. We need to put up the scores and fight out those tough periods, it’s a tough question on how to fix the batting. It’s an individual thing, we need to take ownership of our performances. The bowlers gave their 100% as we’ve been on the field every single day of this Test series, and the bowlers have delivered. It’s been a heavy workload on the bowlers, and at no point have they dropped their heads,” said Jason Holder
Jason Holder appreciates India’s performance
He praised the performances of the Indian team and said that they played quality cricket.
“They knew our bowling was good – they made us work hard for those wickets. They are a quality side and they played quality cricket, we didn’t bat well enough. That’s the quality of their side. As a batter you need to get in, only then it gets easier. You had to work hard for your runs,” he added.