Windies Great batsman Brian Lara dreams for a consistent Windies team for the sake of World Cup-19. He emphasized on the main challenges to pass the knock out stages on the greatest tournament of cricket.
Brian Lara the Windies great
Brian Lara the Windies great has a wonderful profile on his career. The great is the owner of 11953 and 10405 runs respectively in both test and ODI with an average of 52 runs and 40.5 runs. on the other hand,
Windies has the number of Match Winners
“The West Indies have match-winners, but that’s not enough to play in English conditions and win the World Cup. We need a team that is consistent,” he said on Thursday, 4 April, during a function in Mumbai. But once they are in the knock-out, they can beat any team, we have seen that in the past”
Windies needs consistency
Brian Lara Emphasized on Consistency
However, placing their position on ninth, Windies ensured a direct ticket to the London World Cup-19, starting from 30th of May. Accordingly, Windies made a 2-2 result against England in a 5 match ODI series at home. Moreover, we found a strong competition, from a batting collapse to record-breaking high scores well.
On the other hand, Windies lost another 5 match ODI series against India by a lineup of 3-1 on October. They also won the Tests 2-0 and swept the three Twenty20 Internationals. Lara, though, felt things might be a lot closer when India tour the Caribbean and the United States later this year for two Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is. Despite Windies wont-20 series against Bangladesh but lost the ODI as well.
So the great has the point and emphasized on the consistency, The team has shown enough improvement from what they played in India last October. What we are trying to be is be a strong team at home,” he said. “India may have to worry when they come to the West Indies in July-August because we have a team that understands the conditions.’
Therefore, Windies Great batsman Brian Lara dreams for a consistent Windies team for the sake of World Cup-19. Hope two times World Cup winners will rescue the crown.