The West Indian skipper, Dwayne Bravo’s best career performance, along with the star batsman, Ramnaresh Sarwan, won them the 2nd ODI and series vs. Zimbabwe.
The Caribbean batsmen led by centuries from Johnson Charles and Darren Bravo spoiled the Zimbabwe bowling as the hosts clinched the first ODI easily.
George Bailey humiliated the Windies with a majestic maiden ton whereas the lethal bowling from Mitchell Starc and Glenn Maxwell led the Kangaroos to a victory.
A timely match winning knock of 126 by Marlon Samuels supported by four wickets from Sunil Narine put West Indies on top in an interesting match vs. Bangladesh.
A match winning maiden five wickets haul in the second innings by Tino Best led West Indies to an astonishing win in the opening match of the two Test series.
An unbeaten fifth wicket stand between Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Denesh Ramdin put West Indies in a strong position at the end of the second day’s play.
The captain of West Indies, Darren Sammy, anticipates that winning the second Test vs. New Zealand, can earn them a clean sweep in the series.
The captain of New Zealand, Ross Taylor has urged his batsmen to convert their fifties into hundreds that can lead the Black Caps on the road to success in the future.
Kemar Roach ripped through the formidable batting line up of New Zealand in the 2nd innings and enabled West Indies with a comfortable victory in the 1st Test.
Brendon McCullum and Martin Guptill gave a positive reply after New Zealand conceded a 171 runs first innings lead as West Indies piled up a mammoth score.