‘We were either too defensive or too attacking. I can see the way Keemo [Paul] and [Fabian] Allen finished. If we had wickets in hand, we would’ve got 130-140, which would’ve probably been a winning score.’
India thrashed the West Indies by nine wickets, with 211 balls to spare, to claim a 3-1 victory in the five-match ODI series.
Prithvi Shaw became the youngest Indian batsmen to score a century on debut at 18 years of age before falling for 134 two minutes before tea.
Prithvi Shaw, India’s 18-year-old opening batsman, will make his Test debut in the first Test against West Indies in Rajkot.