Carlos Brathwaite, the previous captain of the West Indies cricket group, has expressed his ideas on the disappointing efficiency of the Caribbean nation’s within the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifiers in Zimbabwe. The West Indies group was eradicated from the forthcoming ODI World Cup after struggling a seven-wicket loss to Scotland within the Super Six conflict. This defeat got here after being outplayed by the hosts Zimbabwe and the Netherlands.
Shai Hope and his teammates have failed to safe any factors from their three Super Six video games within the present match. As a consequence, they’ve been eradicated from the showpiece occasion scheduled for October, as they can’t surpass the main groups Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe, who’ve accrued six factors after three video games.
Brathwaite highlighted the latest struggles of the West Indies group within the restricted overs format, mentioning their failure to attain the Super 12 stage of the ICC T20 World Cup in 2022. The 34-year-old additionally acknowledged that the group has been dealing with challenges in white-ball cricket previously.
“It has been a long time coming. Obviously, another format, T20, missed out (on the Super 12 stage) as well last year. So in white-ball cricket, there have been troubles in the past. I think this is the lowest you can go,” Brathwaite was quoted as saying on the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) web site.
The West Indies cricket group has efficiently secured their place within the extremely anticipated T20 World Cup, set to be held throughout the picturesque Caribbean islands and the colourful United States in 2024. With this they will now shift their consideration in the direction of meticulously planning a formidable marketing campaign on their dwelling soil.
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