After the shellacking of the Windies by England in the opening game, the West Indies Coach Stuart Law said the Caribbean team has shown that it can compete and moreover, he noted there is room for improvement.
The Windies proved to be no match for the English men as the Caribbean side went down by 45 runs to England in the first of their three One Day internationals on Friday in Antigua.
Law will certainly come under fire if the men under his charge continue to fail in their performance.
Friday’s game marked the Australian’s first defeat as coach of the senior men’s team.
The second ODI will be played on Sunday also in Antigua.
Prior to the first game, Law noted that England would not be an easy team to beat but posited that he has identified areas that can be exploited by the Caribbean side.
The teams have two remaining matches and Law in a press report stated that he has been assessing England’s strengths and weaknesses.
Nigel Belle, Readers Bureau, Fellow
Edited by Jesus Chan
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