Tri-Series: Past West Indies team would have capitulated, says Kieron Pollard

Pollard said the Caribbean team should take pride in its fighting spirit and make attacking cricket a habit.

updated: July 01, 2013 14:37 IST
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Kingston, Jamaica: West Indies stand-in skipper Keiron Pollard lauded his team's character after the tense one-wicket win over India in a tri-nation ODI series match here, saying it was a refreshing change from the not so distant past when the side would have "capitulated completely".

"At the end, we got over the line and that's what matters," Pollard, who was standing in for an injured Dwayne Bravo, told reporters after the match in which West Indies made heavy weather of a 230-run chase.

"In the recent past, West Indies teams would have capitulated completely, so it shows we have a bit of fight and character in this side," he said.

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