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HEADLINE: The consequences of a series of ill-advised decisions

 
CaribbeanCricket.com 2019-08-27 16:54:14 

India continued their stranglehold over the West Indies in Antigua on Sunday, as the visitors completed a dominant 318-run win, picking up their first points of the ICC World Test Championships. In the eyes of the West Indies, however, this should go down as a missed opportunity, as it was a series of unfounded decisions—which led to the Caribbean side chasing a target of 419 in the 2nd innings.

On the eve of the first Test of the two-match MyTeam11 series, news broke that all-rounder Keemo Paul—who was struggling with an ankle injury—would be replaced in the squad by fast-bowler Miguel Cummins.

As was anticipated, there was indeed blowback from England’s defeat at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in January of this year; having been harshly penalized for a “below average” pitch by the ICC, the attempt to correct whatever ‘mistakes’ were made, led to home advantage being non-existent for Holder’s men when WINDIES showed up to find the pitch a little “less green” than they would have preferred.


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POINT 2019-08-27 17:19:52 

In reply to CaribbeanCricket.com

I believe that these matches had to be
played because the WICBC owes the
BCCI MILLIONS OF DOLLARS . Due to the
freaking fact that the WICBC cancelled
a Tour that was in progress in India

I am reminded of a well known West Indian adage :

" TROUBLE MADE THE MONKEY EAT PEPPER"

 
Khaga 2019-08-27 17:23:28 

In reply to POINT


I am reminded of a well known West Indian adage :

" TROUBLE MADE THE MONKEY EAT PEPPER"


Most hilarious thing you have ever written.. lol

 
POINT 2019-08-28 13:50:22 

In reply to Khaga

If You were from the Region , You would have understood that Phrase !!!!!