West Indies cricket powerhouse of the past, two-time world cup winners finds the light in the dark tunnel. Yes, it’s true that Windies cricket was going down to vanish in Test cricket, For the past few years they had been beaten and victimized by every nation in world cricket. Many experts and fans put the question mark over their survival in the longer format of the game. But, it’s once said an inspiring leader can change the whole vision and the fortune of the team. Jason Holder remembers the name, he is not an overhyped cricketer, he is an underrated All-rounder, Who shows the will to turn around his nation’s cricket from the gloom into the new refreshing shiny light.
Windies defeated England convincingly in a Test series by taking a 2-0 lead in 3 Match Test series.
The message in the upper heading is clear and announcing as England the world’s toughest opponent in cricket right now, who recently dribbled Sri Lanka by 3-0 on Lankan condition, It looks like there is no stopping for an English team in red ball cricket, But wait for a second someone is ready to take on England. In the manner, Windies played in the Test series against England remind me of their past, when they dominated the opponents and win matches for fun. Since 2009 it has been the first time West Indies won series of 3 or more matches.
From where the change started for West Indies
The India tour was a big learning for the Windies cricket, However, they lost the Test series by 2-0, But they showed the fight and determination of a comeback after lagging behind in the match. ODI series was the biggest plus for them as they gave India a scare in Men in blue home condition. Holder team sets the unthinkable scoreline of 2-2 in 5 match series. Meanwhile, India won that series by 3-2, but the Windies gave the powerful signal of their Resurgence in World cricket. It is the new beginning for the West Indies as they find some good quality cricketers like Shai Hope, Shimron Hetmyer, Dowrich, Campbell and Braithwaite, who holds the capability to take their nation’s cricket into new heights under Jason Holder captaincy in coming years.