Carlos Brathwaite (FILE)
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LEEDS – All-rounder Carlos Brathwaite believes West Indies must immediately embark on a rebuilding effort in the wake of their disastrous showing at the ICC Cricket World Cup.
The Caribbean side entered the tournament with high hopes but finished ninth with a mere two wins, only above minnows Afghanistan, who were last without a point.
Brathwaite, one of only two Windies players to score a hundred, said in coming years it was also critical the side developed the winning habit.
“Hopefully we can take that winning mentality into the next World Cup,” said the 30-year-old, who skippers the Twenty20 side. (CMC)
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