West Indies captain Kraigg Brathwaite says his team executed their plans well during their 2-0 Test series win over Bangladesh.
West Indies beat Bangladesh by 10 wickets on Monday to wrap up a sweep of the Test series.
Kyle Mayers was named Player of the Match and Players of the Series, while Kemar Roach went past 250 Test wickets during the series.
“I think the confidence we got from winning the first game was nice. The planning and execution in this match was top-notch, as you can see from how Mayers played. There is always room for improvement. That’s one thing that we always want to keep doing, batting 100 overs whenever we bat,” Brathwaite said.
“Kemar Roach is a legend of the game. You have to see his attitude off the field. Mayers is special. He is a match-winner. I believe in his ability,” Brathwaite added.
Commenting on his match-winning, Mayers said he approached his cricket with a positive mindset.
“We were in a bit in a trouble when I came into bat and wanted to wrest back the initiative. I have made three centuries in all formats. Of course, the 200 was good but this century felt special as I wanted to do well in this series. I always want to make the batter play when I bowl. I will look to take the same positive mindset to the other formats as well,” said Mayers.
West Indies begin their three-match T20I series against Bangladesh on 2 July at Roseau, Dominica.
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