After defeating India by 11 runs in the fourth one day international match, West Indian skipper Jason Holder today went on to say that his team needed some application to defeat Indian side.
Jason Holder went on to say: “We knew we could beat India, just needed some application.” Team India witnessed a shameful defeat against West Indies in the fourth ODI by 11 runs. One of the best batting line-up in the world seemed struggling in front of Caribbean bowlers as the visitors got all out for 178 runs.
In this low scoring match West Indies outclassed team India and defended a mere total of 189 runs. Team India got all out on 178 runs and fell 11 runs short off the target.
Jason holder, the skipper played a crucial role in the match as he took his first five wicket haul of his international career. He finished off the match with career best figures of 5 for 27.
Kesrick Williams, who bowled the second last over and just conceded 2 runs and also took the crucial wicket of MS Dhoni received special appreciation from the caption.
Chasing the below par score, India did not got off to fine start as Opener Shikhar Dhawan and Indian Skipper Virat Kohli were dismissed cheaply. Dhoni showed some valour but was too slow to reach the target and was criticized for playing too much dot deliveries and managed to make 54 runs by playing 114 balls.
The delighted caption further went to say that the team still needs improvement in many departments, especially in the batting department as the hosts have till now managed to make 205, 158 and 189 in three consecutive matches.