“We could have given a better display” Rovman Powell Acknowledges Bowling Challenges Against England

The Super Eight Stage of the tournament is intensifying with each passing match. In the second match of this stage, West Indies and England clashed fiercely. The match concluded in a disappointing manner for West Indies as their unbeaten streak came to an end with a significant 8-wicket loss. Following the defeat, West Indies captain Rovman Powell shared his reflections on the match outcome. 

Reflecting on Their Bowling Performance:

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In the whole group stage, West Indies’ Performance was a treat to watch. They entered into the Super Eight stage with an unbeaten steak. In their first match of this stage, they faced England and lost the match by a big 8-wicket margin. The batters played well in the first innings and put on a total of 180/4 in 20 overs. 

But the struggle started in the second innings. The Caribbean bowlers failed to make any impact by dominating them. While talking about that, he said, “We could have given a better display with the ball as a bowling group. We couldn’t capitalise in the last five overs but credit to the English bowlers, they executed their plans very well.”

Focusing on the Next Challenge and Facing Jofra Archer:

In the group stage, West Indies dominated the big stage. With that incredible form, they entered into the next stage and faced a defeat in the very first match. As the competition will be hard in the upcoming days, it is a setback for them. Before stepping into the next target, Powell said, “ Just a bit worried, but hopefully he can pull through for the next game.”

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Phil Salt’s mastery against the West Indies is not unknown. He didn’t let the legacy fade even in this match. He played an unbeaten knock of 87 runs. While talking about this, he said, “It’s always difficult, every time he plays against WI, he hurts us. Our destiny is in our own hands and we need to win well, we need to continue playing good cricket.”

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The Super Eight Stage of the tournament is intensifying with each passing match. In the second match of this stage, West Indies and England clashed fiercely. The match concluded in a disappointing manner for West Indies as their unbeaten streak came to an end with a significant 8-wicket loss. Following the defeat, West Indies captain Rovman Powell shared his reflections on the match outcome. 

Reflecting on Their Bowling Performance:

In the whole group stage, West Indies’ Performance was a treat to watch. They entered into the Super Eight stage with an unbeaten steak. In their first match of this stage, they faced England and lost the match by a big 8-wicket margin. The batters played well in the first innings and put on a total of 180/4 in 20 overs. 

But the struggle started in the second innings. The Caribbean bowlers failed to make any impact by dominating them. While talking about that, he said, “We could have given a better display with the ball as a bowling group. We couldn’t capitalise in the last five overs but credit to the English bowlers, they executed their plans very well.”

Focusing on the Next Challenge and Facing Jofra Archer:

In the group stage, West Indies dominated the big stage. With that incredible form, they entered into the next stage and faced a defeat in the very first match. As the competition will be hard in the upcoming days, it is a setback for them. Before stepping into the next target, Powell said, “ Just a bit worried, but hopefully he can pull through for the next game.”

Phil Salt’s mastery against the West Indies is not unknown. He didn’t let the legacy fade even in this match. He played an unbeaten knock of 87 runs. While talking about this, he said, “It’s always difficult, every time he plays against WI, he hurts us. Our destiny is in our own hands and we need to win well, we need to continue playing good cricket.”

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