will try to restore lost pride in west indies cricket in india series says Nicholas Pooran

Nicholas Pooran
Nicholas Pooran


Would like to achieve a lost prestige against India next month: Nicholas Pooran

West Indian young batsman Nicholas Pooran said that his team is now targeting the series against India next month to achieve the lost prestige.

Would like to achieve a lost prestige against India next month: Nicholas Pooran
Highlights: West Indies, who defeated Pakistan by seven wickets in the first match of the World Cup, lost seven consecutive matches after that. The Indians are now only going to face Afghanistan and would like to end their campaign with a victory.

Chester Lee Street, July 2. The West Indies faced a series of defeats after the start of the World Cup, and young batsman Nicholas Pooran said that his team is now aiming for a series against India next month to achieve a lost reputation.

West Indies, who defeated Pakistan by seven wickets in the first match of the World Cup, lost seven consecutive matches after this. He is now only going to face Afghanistan and he would like to end his campaign with a victory. Puran, who has scored his first ODI century against Sri Lanka, wants to take his team to laugh like a learner.

Puran, who scored 118 runs on Monday, said, "It is not a successful tournament for us but as a player, you get to see more failure than success and it is like learning for us."

He said, "Our team is young and we have young batsmen. Hopefully, many players like me, Shimron Heitmeyer, Shay Hope, and Fabian Allen have learned a lot from this tournament. Hopefully, when we play our next series against India, we will be able to regain the lost reputation of West Indies cricket by starting in the right direction. "

India has to go to the West Indies tour after the World Cup. The tour will start from August 3 in which India will play three T20 Internationals, three ODIs, and two Test matches. Puran and Allen had brought their team closer to victory against Sri Lanka. But then Elaine was run out for which Puran considered himself to be responsible. After this, the batsman was dismissed by Angelo Mathews, who bowled for the first time in the last 18 months in ODIs.

Pooran said, "I was batting and Fabian controlled. The bowlers were not able to understand where to bowl and we were able to score runs easily. This is cricket. This is unfortunate. I should have taken advantage of that over I could send the ball to the fours or sixes and then the situation is different. I'm disappointed. "

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