WI skipper still upbeat after thrashing
PERTH – West Indies arrived in Perth still smarting from last Friday’s heavy loss to South Africa but hoping to regroup ahead of next week’s clash with reigning World champions India.
The Caribbean team have been their usual inconsistent selves, winning two and losing two of their four outings to date in the ICC Cricket World Cup.
Their latest defeat – a 257-run thrashing at the hands of South Africa – came as a big blow to their quarter-final hopes but captain Jason Holder remained upbeat about his side’s progression in the tournament.
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