Former Windies Opener Says Poor Decision-Making In First Test

According to former batsman Philo Wallace, poor decision-making in crucial moments of the game caused the West Indies to lose as badly as they did in their first Test against South Africa.

“When you look at Jayden Seales, he started well, but when pressure hit him, he couldn’t deal with the pressure.

I thought our bowling strategies were wrong because I thought one of our senior bowlers, either Jason Holder or Kemar Roach, would be pumped up to try and get Quinton De Kock Out….”

The first Test in St Lucia humbled the Caribbean side, who were beaten by an innings and 63 runs.

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