West Indies skipper Kieron Pollard descended intensely on the contribute at the Kensington Oval Barbados, naming it ‘totally absurd’s after his side slipped to a six-wicket rout in the third and choosing ODI of the series.
After the high-scoring T20Is at St Lucia, the ODI series started with Australia posting 252. Resulting hard and fast scores in the series read 123, 187 and 152. The remainder of this arrangement of scores was what West Indies oversaw today notwithstanding selecting to bat on a surface that was required to continuously deteriorate.
The wicket was every so often two-paced and took shots through on occasion, leaving batsmen confused. It’s dry nature was additionally ideally suited for turn, proven by Australia’s utilization of the reviewed Ashton Agar as ahead of schedule as the seventh over in Monday’s decider.
Pollard, who turned to bowling off-turn himself, recognized the batting from his group had not been sufficient yet allocated critical fault on a superficial level which he said had been ‘unsatisfactory for worldwide cricket.’
“Coming here to Barbados, I think the two groups battled on the pitch and I believe that is unsuitable for worldwide cricket,” he said at the show. “We’re not going to rationalize. We acknowledge that we batted seriously however I don’t think the scores that we have gotten in this three-match series, for two top global groups, I imagine that is extremely humiliating for us as a group. Coming from St Lucia to this, I believe it’s totally crazy.”
Pollard explained that the West Indies in general, including the provincial cricket, expected to buck up in all aspects to push ahead with their cricket. “It was plain for the planet to ascertain . On the off chance that I keep going on about it, it will be features, ‘Pollard this, Pollard that.’ That’s fine with me.
“However, actually, we as players now and again we get the brunt of the allegations and every one the terrible stuff. Be that as it may, offer folks the chance to come and play on some great cricketing wickets. It returns even to our local cricket also. I think all in all we need to improve, and we as people need to improve also. So we’re not going to project fault. We will acknowledge obligation too. Yet, I think as a comprehensive methodology and all-encompassing perspective to push ahead,” he said
In the meantime, Agar, who got the Player of the Match grant for his 2 for 31 on his re-visitation of the XI offered a positive twist on the ‘troublesome conditions’ that kept his kind in the game right from the beginning.
“It’s quite supportive conditions for a spinner,” Agar said. “You just needed to pitch the ball in the right area. However long you were hitting the stumps for the right-hander and pitching the ball to one side hander, where it’s turning in and hitting the stumps to bring all methods of excusal into play, that is everything you can do and you let the pitch go to work.
“Truly a challenging and tough conditions, truly remarkable sort of cricket that was played. You don’t get numerous pitches like that and I trust we wind up seeing significantly more like that later on.”