Jason Holder dissapointed over Windies performances

From starting the game in typical West Indian style by unstabling the Indian Top order, to loose the game by a huge margin of 318 runs, Windies players got whole lot of things wrong during the four days of Antigua Test.

Game was always on the cards for Windies although India managed to get to 297 with some lower order contributions.But the Windies Batsmen never got going as they were able to add on only 222  runs in the 1 st inning and got worst in the second inning as they were bowled out for just 100 runs.

Jason Holder is highly dissapointed due to the scenario about his Batsmen but pleased with the way Roach and Gabriel were able to keep the well equipped Indian Batsmen to a run rate of just 2 runs per over a long period of time.

Additionally he expects the top order to show some more resistance inorder to perform well in future games.

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