Still room for work
There is undoubtedly a feeling of satisfaction inthe West Indies camp over the comprehensive victory against Zimbabwe in the first Test that ended at Kensington Oval Thursday, but there are clear areas where improvement is needed.
That’s the view of Ottis Gibson, coach of the West Indies team that beat Zimbabwe by nine wickets in less than two-and-a-half days.
It was the fifth Test win in a row for the West Indies, a feat they have not accomplished in virtually a quarter of a century.
“It’s only been three days but it’s been three tough days of Test cricket and (it was good) to come out on top. I don’t think everything went according to how we wanted it to go, but at the same time, to win is a good feeling,” Gibson told the SATURDAY SUN after the match.